Steven Walker QC will be a guest lecturer at the University of Stuttgart’s Masters Construction law course. He will examine defects and […]
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Atkin Chambers will be taking a virtual stand at the Legal Cheek Virtual Pupillage Fair on Saturday 5 December. The […]
This Practice Note, produced by Mathias Cheung in partnership with LexisNexis, considers insolvency aspects of PFI/PFI2 projects including contractual provisions […]
Chief executive officer and director of clerking David Barnes will join the judging panel selecting this year’s Amicus Champions of […]
Mathias Cheung will participate in a panel event hosted by the King’s College London Bar and Mooting Society (KCLBMS) on […]
Atkin Chambers is pleased to participate in the UK-Africa Legal Services Virtual Trade Mission taking place from 1 to 3 […]
Part 9 of the Building Law Reports covers the following key judgments: Lane End Developments Construction Ltd v Kingsgate Civil […]
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