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Neil Boothroyd, adjudicator, arbitrator, mediator at Gateley Vinden, offers a range of insights focused on construction disputes resolution.
Even with the careful drafting of contracts and the best will in the world, costly disputes can still arise on construction projects large or small.
Gateley acquires Smithers Purslow, a multi-disciplinary chartered surveying practice, for £20m to expand its Property Platform business.
Chief executive Peter Vinden brings his decades of experience as a mediator to set out the case for pursuing mediation and provides an overview of the process in this complete user’s guide to mediation.
The User's Guide to Mediation from Gateley Vinden offers a comprehensive look at how those going through the process can prepare as best they can - and hopefully realise some success.
Welcome to the Autumn 2021 Construction Case Update from Gateley Vinden. Chief executive Peter Vinden examines collateral warranties and Hayley Sullivan, construction partner at Gateley Legal, discusses the Civil Justice Council's report on compulsive alternative dispute resolution.
Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, discusses the Civil Justice Council’s report on compulsory alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, looks at when a Collateral Warranty is not considered a construction contract.
The Summer 2021 Construction Case Update from Gateley Vinden offers valuable insights on the key issues in adjudication, mediation and dispute resolution affecting the industry.
Is the current cost of adjudication too high? Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, explores how the process has evolved over the years.
Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, explores insolvent claimants and the right to adjudicate in construction contracts.
If you refuse to mediate, don’t be surprised by the consequences, says Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden.
Ruth Armstrong and Andrew Johnson from Gateley take a look at RICS’ new guidance on the EWS1 certification process.
Following initial delays in its implementation, the new VAT reverse charge regime is finally coming into force from 1 March 2021 and will impact employers, developers, contractors, consultants and subcontractors.
The latest Construction Case update from Gateley Legal offers an in-depth look at the issues surrounding remediation, the draft Fire Safety Bill and the draft Building Safety Bill.
Homes account for 20% of emissions, according to the Future Homes Standard Consultation, a radical approach needs to be incorporated to stand the test of time.
Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, explores the construction industry’s fixation with invoices and the subject of payment.
The dispute between Bresco and Lonsdale is of fundamental importance to the UK Construction Industry because it deals with what many people regarded a clash and incompatibility of the adjudication regime and insolvency law.
The Spring 2020 Construction Case Update from Gateley Vinden offers a comprehensive look at the key issues in adjudication, mediation and dispute resolution in these extraordinary times.
As the UK begins its slow journey back to work and becomes accustomed to working in a Covid-19 present world, it is no surprise that there has been a surge in disputes and companies looking for restructuring advice.
Allegations of fraud are not an unusual occurrence during adjudication proceedings, Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, explores further.
The UK remains in the grip of a virus that has brought the majority of construction projects to a standstill, but what does this mean for contracts? Peter Vinden, chief executive of Gateley Vinden, answers your questions.
Peter Vinden, CEO of The Vinden Partnership (TVP), explains TVP’s Fee Flex approach to assisting specialist subcontractors recovering disputed accounts through the adjudication process.
In this ebook, Peter Vinden, chief executive of The Vinden Partnership, looks at some of the key issues relating to contracts and insurance in the construction industry.
Chief executive of The Vinden Partnership, Peter Vinden, discusses the insurance crisis in the construction industry and what this could mean for those in the sector in 2020.
Peter Vinden discusses the supervision of a tribunal and whose courts will issue judgements or enforce decisions reached by tribunals.
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