OUTLOOK: Contracting for the Climate - Five Highlights
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
7M ago
In this episode of Construction and the Climate, Ruth and Camilla look back on the ten episodes in the series so far and draw out five key highlights for listeners ..read more
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OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing (with Miles Lockwood)
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
8M ago
In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss greenwashing claims with Miles Lockwood. Miles is director of complaints and investigations at the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Miles joined the ASA in 2010 and is responsible for leading the complaints and investigations teams, dealing with over 30,000 complaints per year. This episode covers the ASA’s guidance on misleading environmental claims and what businesses should consider when making environmental claims, in particular when making claims in relation to carbon neutrality and net zero ..read more
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OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
10M ago
In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss greenwashing claims with Miles Lockwood. Miles is director of complaints and investigations at the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Miles joined the ASA in 2010 and is responsible for leading the complaints and investigations teams, dealing with over 30,000 complaints per year. This episode covers the ASA’s guidance on misleading environmental claims and what businesses should consider when making environmental claims, in particular when making claims in relation to carbon neutrality and net zero ..read more
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OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
11M ago
In this episode, Ruth Keating and Camilla ter Haar discuss greenwashing claims and how they relate to the construction sector. Camilla and Ruth discuss what can be done by the construction sector and those advising construction sector clients, on how to avoid greenwashing, without the need to greenhush ..read more
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Trends in Climate Change Litigation: Building for the Future
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Building for the Future’ with Joana Setzer Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). This episode focusses on the trends in climate litigation and in particular what these trends mean for our construction sector clients ..read more
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Trends in Climate Change Litigation: Building for the Future
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Building for the Future’ with Joana Setzer Assistant Professorial Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). This episode focusses on the trends in climate litigation and in particular what these trends mean for our construction sector clients ..read more
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Contracting for the Climate
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Contracting for the Climate’ with Becky Annison of the Chancery Lane Project. This episode discusses some of the Chancery Lane Project’s model clauses and tips for lawyers on how these clauses can be implemented in contracts. As discussed in the podcast – contracting for the climate is today’s issue, not tomorrow’s problem ..read more
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Part 3 – Witness Statements in a Changing World
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
In the third and final part of this this three-part mini series Joe-han Ho, Ruth Keating and Philippe Kuhn discuss the implications of the Witness Evidence Working Group’s proposals and how they might, or might not, work in practice. This part also provides 10 must-know points on the proposed reforms ..read more
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The TCC Decision in Rochford v Kilhan [2020] EWHC 941
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
In this episode John Denis-Smith, David Sawtell and Rebecca Drake consider the recent judgment of Mrs Justice Cockerill in Rochford v Kilhan. The judgment in this part 8 claim in the TCC held that under the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the “Act”) the final date for payment must be a fixed period of time from the due date, and cannot be linked to the provision of invoices ..read more
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Life After Bresco – Part 5: the Court’s approach to imposing a stay on enforcement
OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast
by 39 Essex Chambers
1y ago
Even if summary judgment is granted, the insolvent company might find that a stay of execution is granted. This episode will explore the court’s jurisdiction to stay execution of the Judgment and the criteria it will apply ..read more
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