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“Cash flow is the lifeblood of the building industry”. Lord Denning made this remark in a series of Court of Appeal decisions in 1971 and his statement is as true today as it was then. The introduction of the Construction Act in 1998 has led to considerable improvements, but even to this day, trying to get paid remains an uphill battle for many Contractors & Sub-Contractors. A Seminar by
This talk, which is a must for all construction practitioners, including those in professional practices, will address how to ensure you maximise your cash flow and recovery by looking, in particular, at probably the most difficult and uncertain area of claims, namely:-
Claiming loss and expense for delays
Claiming for unproductive working and disruption
Edward is a Director and joint owner of Quigg Golden. He is a Barrister, Solicitor, Chartered Procurement and Supply Professional and Civil Engineer. Having worked for a civil & structural engineering consultancy and a major contractor prior to obtaining his legal qualifications, he now advises on all methods of construction dispute resolution including mediation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation.
Cost: There is no charge for this event. Guests and non-members are most welcome but registration must be made on line via the CIArb branch website.
Please be aware that the CIArb branch AGM (open to CIArb members) will begin at 6.30pm sharp. Edward's talk (open to all) will be start at 7.00pm.