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Mark Breslin


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Mark Breslin is a Partner in the ICE Disputes team.

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  • 2013 – MSc, Construction Law & Disputes, King’s College, London
  • 2006 – LPC, University of the West of England
  • 2004 – BA (Hons), Law & Accounting, The University of Manchester, Manchester
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Fi­nal pay­ments on ter­min­a­tion and in­solv­ency: does the Con­struc­tion Act...
A re­cent High Court de­cision has de­cided that the pay­ment pro­vi­sions of the Con­struc­tion Act do not ap­ply to the fi­nal ac­count pro­vi­sions of the JCT Minor Works con­tract arising on ter­min­a­tion or in­solv­ency...
Deemed design li­ab­il­ity in con­sult­ant ap­point­ments
A re­cent Scot­tish Court of Ses­sion de­cision has con­sidered the in­ter­pret­a­tion of deemed design li­ab­il­ity clauses in con­sult­ant ap­point­ments. The con­sult­ant in ques­tion was found to be li­able for designs...
Con­tract as­sess­ment – Risks and op­por­tun­it­ies
Over the past 6 months, many busi­nesses have been forced to as­sess their con­trac­tu­al rights, ob­lig­a­tions, and as­so­ci­ated risks as a res­ult of COV­ID-19. Some of these risks are ob­vi­ous, for ex­ample, the...
Es­tab­lished and as­cer­tained un­der the ABI form of bond: will an ad­ju­dic­a­tion...
A re­cent TCC de­cision has con­sidered the mean­ing of the stand­ard re­quire­ment in the ABI form of Guar­an­tee Bond for dam­ages to be “es­tab­lished and as­cer­tained … tak­ing in ac­count all sums due to or...
Tar­get cost con­tract­ing and joint ven­ture agree­ments
A re­cent TCC de­cision has con­sidered the tar­get cost pro­vi­sions of the NEC3 Op­tion C con­tract in the con­text of a joint ven­ture agree­ment between two con­tract­ors. The de­cision con­siders the abil­ity of...
With­hold­ing pay­ment: the leg­al im­plic­a­tions of push­ing con­tract­ors in­to...
A re­cent TCC de­cision high­lights the dangers of with­hold­ing pay­ment against con­tract­ors with a view to push­ing them in­to in­solv­ency. The court al­lowed the re­cov­ery of in­solv­ency pro­fes­sion­al fees as well...