31 August 2016
At Myers & Co, our expert construction law solicitors are experienced in providing pragmatic legal advice and support in a wide variety of cases.
Over recent months, our experience includes:
- successfully acting in a dispute before the Technology and Construction Court regarding the interpretation of a pay when paid clause in the event of the insolvency of the main contractor;
- successfully acting for the employer in an adjudication relating to the £1 million redevelopment of a health club and spa;
- advising a contractor on the legal issues arising from problems with the foundations of a number of newly built schools;
- acting for a flooring contractor in an adjudication regarding the flooring laid at an NHS hospital;
- successfully acting for a sub-contractor in an arbitration defended by the main contractor on the basis of delay; and
- successfully acting for the main contractor in two adjudications relating to a design and build project.
For a confidential discussion about construction law, contact our solicitors in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, call Tim Newsome on 01782 525011 or email email@example.com.
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