This day-long seminar provides an opportunity to hear from some of the country’s leading construction barristers on all the latest developments and hot topics in Adjudication. Not sure about whether to take a jurisdictional point? Confused by the recent spate of decisions on the payment process? Worried about contractor insolvency? Join the Hardwicke team to explore these and other issues. Suitable for all levels of expertise, from the Adjudication novice to the hardened veteran; whether contractor, developer, lawyer or adjudicator.
The foundation of any successful e-disclosure exercise is the ability to identify, locate and collect data in a cost-effective and appropriate way. In this seminar, Michael Wheater and Wayne Micklethwaite will review the law revolving around the identification and collection of data and also examine the practicalities and challenges of collecting data in the modern environment.
Hardwicke Property Team announce annual Manchester Roadshow
Hardwicke announce second E-Disclosure seminar of 2018.
Hardwicke Professional Negligence Seminar
Hardwicke are delighted to invite two leading practitioners in the fields of head injury and brain injury work to lead a breakfast seminar.
Hardwicke announces E-Disclosure Seminar Programme for 2018.
Please note: the first seminar of this series is now oversubscribed.
Providing a summary of the formalities and strategies involved in making a Part 36 offer, as well as potential pitfalls, this essential session by Emma Hynes and Cameron Stocks will outline what junior litigators need to know about this powerful tactical tool.
Hardwicke's annual franchising conference will be taking place on Tuesday, 28 November 2017.
Paul Reed QC has been asked to speak at Thomson Reuters’ Construction Law on 3rd October 2017. He will be looking at payment disputes under construction projects. The Thomson Reuters website has further details.