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TECBAR Review autumn edition published

4th Oct 2018

The autumn edition of TECBAR Review – The Newsletter of the Technology and Construction Bar Association – has just been published and includes articles from:

  • Laura Hussey who considers the recent judgment of Fraser J in Tectronics (International) v HSBC (Blue Oak Arkansas intervening) [2018] EWHC 201 (TCC), in which the Court came very close to restraining an otherwise valid call on an on-demand guarantee by reason of the so-called “fraud exception”.
  • Felicity Dynes who considers some of the key changes which (subject to ministerial approval) will take effect from 1 January 2019 in the Business and Property Courts at the Rolls Building and the regional centres.
  • Darryl Royce whose regular adjudication column looks at Grove Developments Ltd v S&T (UK) Ltd [2018] EWHC 123 (TCC), and its potentially significant impact in departing from the previous line of authority in ISG Construction Ltd v Seevic College [2014] EWHC 4007 (TCC).

TECBAR Review is edited by Christopher Reid and available in full by clicking here.

The Technology and Construction Bar Association website.

 

 





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