Lying on your CV could cost you

In this article, we explore the legalities surrounding dishonest CVs.

Construction sees highest number of administrations

The construction industry accounted for 16% of administrations in the first six months of the year.

Right to work checks are changing

Right-to-work checks are changing – what do you need to know?

Materials delays and price increases

Parties should make certain the terms of a contract are drafted carefully.

Cutting through the greenwashing in construction

The industry is under pressure to improve its green credentials

Building Safety – 2021 Reflections and Projections 

What a year it's been for building safety.

Court of Appeal Revisits Two-Tie System for Collateral Warranties

Barry Hembling discusses the confirmation that it intends to review whether collateral warranties attract statutory adjudication rights

Stopping racism in the workplace

Here we look at how the law views racism at work, and what employers can be done to shield employees from its influence.

New dwellings are zero rated for VAT, right? Not quite.

In this article Kevin Hall at Wright Hassall will explain the situation regarding zero-rating for VAT and property development, cover some of the common errors and changes that lead to VAT headaches and highlight simple steps to ensuring the rates are right for every aspect of a development. VAT is

UK Supreme Court Confirms Commercially Reasonable Approach to Liquidated Damages

This summer, the UK Supreme Court issued its long-awaited verdict in the case of Triple Point Technology vs PTT Public Company.