Publications

Hogan Lovells Publications

A question of construction - Hong Kong court rules that arbitration clause in head contract was not incorporated into sub-contract Construction and Engineering Alert

The question of whether an arbitration clause has been successfully incorporated into a contract is one that has come before the courts regularly, with different jurisdictions taking...

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Paint it black - bleak picture for Hong Kong decorators slammed for market sharing and price fixing Construction and Engineering Alert

In one of its first major rulings, Hong Kong's Competition Tribunal (the Tribunal) has ruled against 10 decorating contractors for serious anti-competitive conduct as set out in the...

Brochures

Welcome to the world of data centres

The global data centre colocation market is projected to reach USD73.804 billion by 2023 from USD31.25 billion in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 15.4% during the forecast period. Are you...

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New Engineering of old challenges Construction and Engineering Alert

In this Talking Point, we look at the legal status of the Project Manager's assessment under the NEC3, as well as the duties and roles of factual and expert witnesses. This case is of...

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Summary of principles from recent NEC cases

As a market leading construction team with extensive experience in the NEC suite, Hogan Lovells has prepared a summary of principles from recent case law on NEC that may impact upon the...

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Om NOM NOM NOM: Chewing over the Supreme Court's approval of No Oral Modification clauses

If my contract says I can amend it only by agreeing changes in writing with the other party, do agreed informal arrangements have any effect?The UK Supreme Court in Rock Advertising Ltd v...

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NEC3: Painting the way

Led by the Government, the industry is seeing a steady roll out of the NEC form of contract on major infrastructure projects. Something in the order of 90 contracts have been let by...

Published Works

Back to basics The Civil Engineering Contractor

Can modern technology improve health and safety in the construction sector, and save lives?

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