Adjudication under the Construction Act will not mark be the end of other claims and litigation processes.  Significantly, while adjudication will shorten the time within which a decision will be made in relation to many disputes, the security offered by a construction lien or a performance or labour and material bond is absent.   Accordingly, lien and bond claims will maintain their important role in providing owners, contractors and subcontractors with remedies for breach of a construction contract or subcontract.  In addition, of course, the parties may agree to dispense with adjudication in favour of an arbitration process.  We bring a great deal of trial experience with construction liens, bond claims and arbitration to bear in assisting our clients with these processes.  

For an overview of our courtroom experience, see Recent Cases.

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