Wednesday23 April 2014

Royal Courts of Justice

Fast-track planning court opens

4 April 2014

Appeals and judicial reviews to be heard by specialist judges

Employee rights, shares, legal, cartoon

Swapping rights for shares

20 November 2013

Could a tax-saving employee shareholder scheme benefit your practice?

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istock warranty

New ruling on collateral warranties

24 September 2013

Architects must try to limit their exposure, says legal expert Patrick Perry

Zaha Hadid's Wangjing Soho complex for Beijing

Five things every architect should know about copyright

2 May 2013

A bill to modernise UK copyright law has been given Royal Assent but will it protect architects?

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Should I obtain D&O insurance?

21 November 2012

Insurance allows directors and officers to take strategic decisions without threat of personal liability

istock warranty

Should I sign a collateral warranty?

2 October 2012

Architects are frequently under pressure from developers to provide assurance to third parties

How are the terms “lack of integrity” and “dishonesty” defined?

Crossing the conduct line

23 May 2012

How are the terms “lack of integrity” and “dishonesty” defined?

Who owns the bim model?

Will bim make architects more vulnerable to being sued?

21 February 2012

We’ve read some horror stories about architects’ liability regarding bim. Is this just scaremongering or will bim make architects more vulnerable to being sued?

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Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia

Is single project insurance better than annual cover?

29 July 2013

The pros and cons of taking out single project professional indemnity policies, says Patrick Perry

Bradford’s Pavilion Gardens estate has been the focus of residents’ complaints over high electricity bills.

Who’s liable if eco-standards fall short?

21 February 2013

Legal claims relating to sustainability requirements could end up leaving architects significantly out of pocket, says Patrick Perry

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How can we tackle debtors without in-house counsel?

23 October 2012

What steps can smaller practices take to recover debts without the luxury of an in-house lawyer?

Populous’s Olympic Stadium.

Should I accept Olympic hospitality tickets?

26 July 2012

How to avoid falling fall foul of the Bribery Act with corporate hospitality tickets for the Olympics

If I discuss inside developments at my firm with third parties, can I be sued?

Can I be sued for discussing inside developments at my firm?

23 March 2012

If I discuss inside developments at my firm with third parties, can I be sued?

When a firm ceases trading its employees may be among the creditors

How do I get paid if my employer goes into administration?

24 January 2012

The recent examples of YRM and Austin-Smith Lord show how employees can be hit when their practice runs into trouble

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