Every construction or engineering project needs a satisfactory payment mechanism.
In this breakfast seminar, presented in three locations, our Partner, Keith Bishop, will look at the issue of getting paid under a construction contract.
In light of recent cases on ‘payment’ it’s time to look at how the changes to the payment mechanisms introduced in 2011 compare to what we had before and how they might be working in practice. We’ll examine good practice and how the courts have been approaching some of the payment issues put to them in recent years.
A refresher and a practical guide to ensuring your contract complies with the legislation and what you need to do to get paid if you’re a party to a construction contract.
Keith Bishop, Partner and Head of the Construction and Engineering Team: Muckle LLP
Keith is a UK wide construction specialist, in both contentious and non contentious matters, being a dual qualified solicitor in England/Wales and Scotland. He has a detailed working knowledge of most construction and engineering standard form contracts as well as in-depth experience of litigation, arbitration and other methods of dispute resolution such as mediation. As a result he has a detailed understanding of the construction issues facing architects, engineers, surveyors and design contractors and their professional indemnity insurance.
He heads our growing Construction Team and leads seminars on construction law topics for the RICS and for clients all over the country.
This will be a practical, focused session with an emphasis on what you need to know as a busy construction executive or professional.
Breakfast and coffee will be available from 8.00 a.m. followed by the seminar and questions.
Please register via the form below.
Please contact Jack Birks on 0191 211 7865 if you have any queries about this seminar.