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Review of Construction Law 2018 by Mathias Cheung published by Informa

19th Jun 2019

“Construction Law Review 2018: a review of key legal and industry developments”, written by Mathias Cheung, has been published by Informa.

The review summarises some of the most significant developments in construction law in 2018, both in the UK and globally. The introduction observes that “Legal practitioners and construction professionals will see that the ever-moving landscape of the law continues in a trend which finds its roots in the events of 2017” and that 2018 “was a particularly interesting year ” with a number of much-anticipated judgements handed down whilst the collapse of Carillon and the Grenfell Tower incident “continued to cast a shadow over the industry”.

The issues covered are designed to be of relevance to legal practitioners and construction professionals alike.

The publication is available online as part of an i-law subscription and in pdf form by emailing Atkin Chambers at enquiries@atkinchambers.com

 





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