1st Edition

Litigation in the Technology and Construction Court

    282 Pages
    by Informa Law from Routledge

    282 Pages
    by Informa Law from Routledge

    The Technology and Construction Court ("TCC") deals with legal cases that often require specialist technical expertise. This can lead to complex and sometimes lengthy proceedings. In light of the Jackson reforms and developments in cost controls in the TCC, the manner in which claims are handled is of paramount commercial importance to lawyers and lay clients alike.

    This book provides a practical, but intellectually informative guide to dealing with proceedings in the TCC. Looking at the different types of claims which are commonly, and not so commonly, brought in this court, it considers different potential approaches to such claims depending on the circumstances in which parties find themselves.

    This is a genuine practitioners’ guide, with the principal focus on expeditious, cost-effective case management. Construction practitioners at the Bar, solicitors, adjudicators, arbitrators, and in-house counsel alike, will all find it an invaluable reference for their practice.

    1. Introduction  2. Overview of a Claim in the TCC  3. Evidence  4. Delay Claims  5. Delay and Disruption Money Claims  6. Defects Claims  7. Procurement Challenges in the TCC  8. Cost Budgetting in the TCC  9. TCC and Adjudication  10. TCC and ADR  11. TCC and Arbitration


    Adam Constable QC is a barrister at Keating Chambers, UK. He specialises in onshore and offshore construction, engineering, energy, shipbuilding and technology disputes along with professional negligence and insurance claims related to these sectors. He is also the co-editor of several leading construction law publications for Keating Chambers.

    Lucy Garrett QC is a barrister at Keating Chambers, UK. She has experience in construction, engineering, energy and shipbuilding. She is frequently instructed in domestic and international arbitration proceedings, conducted under various different Rules, and also advises on and acts in adjudications, from referral stage to enforcement.

    Calum Lamont is a barrister at Keating Chambers, UK. He has experience in construction, engineering, shipbuilding, public procurement and energy disputes, together with related insurance and professional negligence matters. Calum is also a pre-eminent junior in international arbitrations involving construction and infrastructure disputes.