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Design Liability

Utilising your skills and resources to ensure that a proposed scaffolding concept will work and is safe is not uncommon. Whether you are following...

Barrister Professor Rudi Klein highlights the possible pitfalls when variations are made to your works.   What is a Variation? Typically, a variation is a change to the scope...

Professor Rudi Klein Barrister considers the legalities of final account applications The setting for the case of Kilker Projects Ltd (Kilker) v Rob Purton t/a...

Barrister Rudi Klein reviews a very recent court case which has implications for scaffolding contractors.   Statutory payment requirements in scaffolding contracts By law, scaffolding contracts must...

Barrister Professor Rudi Klein highlights important considerations for temporary works contractors in relation to design responsibility and liability. Design is about making a judgement or...

Amicus has teamed up with specialist HSE consultancy Consalium to offer a ‘fees for intervention’ (FFI) solution tailor-made for the construction industry, particularly those...

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is launching a new campaign to encourage more people to come forward with information that will help...
Construction News

Insurance specialist Amicus, an insurance broker partner to the Scaffolding Association, has been approved as an Associate member of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme...

Barrister Professor Rudi Klein considers the circumstances in which the phrase ‘without prejudice’ should be used. We often throw the phrase ‘without prejudice’ into our...

Once you’ve made your contractual bed, you’ve got to lie in it… Barrister Professor Rudi Klein discusses a standout legal case from 2016 regarding...