Adjudication enforcement for companies in liquidation – recent developments in case law

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Insolvencies in the construction industry have been on the increase for some years, even more so now due to COVID-19 but insolvent companies have faced difficulties enforcing adjudication decisions.

A Supreme Court decision in Bresco v Lonsdale means that those insolvent companies should now fare better when seeking to rely on adjudication decision. This episode will also explore the important tole of ATE insurance in providing security for costs where the insolvent company takes forward enforcement proceedings.

Presented by Matthew Amey and Emily Thomas

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