Edwin Coe LLP's Podcast

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We are a full service law firm that provides our clients with tailored and integrated legal services across a wide range of practice areas. We combine a highly personal and responsive service with industry-leading expertise.

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United Kingdom

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We are a full service law firm that provides our clients with tailored and integrated legal services across a wide range of practice areas. We combine a highly personal and responsive service with industry-leading expertise.

Twitter:

@edwincoe

Language:

English


Episodes

Bite-sized Legal Update: Covid-19 commercial rent arrears, arbitration and next steps

9/6/2022
Property & Trusts Litigation Partner Shams Rahman provides guidance for landlords and tenants on commercial rental arrears accrued during the coronavirus pandemic and the government’s arbitration scheme. Shams discusses the government moratorium which restricted collection of commercial rent arrears during the pandemic, resulting in vast rental arrears and in some cases tenants becoming insolvent, leaving Landlords seeking to recover possession of their properties via forfeiture. He...

Duration:00:07:36

Bite-sized Legal Update: Data Subject Access Requests - steps for businesses in dealing with them

9/6/2022
Intellectual Property and Data partner, Nick Phillips discusses the increase in DSARs, where an individual has the right to request copies of their personal data. Nick highlights the growing number of requests businesses now receive from a multitude of sources i.e. employees, ex-employees, customers, suppliers etc and offers top tips in how to prepare for and deal with a DSAR. He will also identify what should be included and what can be exempt. For further information regarding this topic,...

Duration:00:12:33

Bite-sized Legal Update: Ongoing property issues for 2022 – ESG, Sustainability and Planning

9/6/2022
Joanne McIvor looks at these issues and discusses how they have and will continue to become mainstream concerns. Landlords and tenants need to collaborate and solve together the challenges of where the liability lies for improving the environmental performance of buildings. The drive for net zero properties could lead to stranded assets and a new class of distressed assets. Lenders are already showing a keen interest in the energy and environmental performance of their investment...

Duration:00:04:02

Bite-sized Legal Update: The UK class actions landscape

7/20/2022
Head of Class Action and Finance Litigation David Greene discusses the UK class actions landscape

Duration:00:06:00

Bite-sized Legal Update: Sponsor Licence applications for UK employers

7/20/2022
Immigration Senior Associate Sundeep Rathod gives a helpful guide for UK employers on how to apply for a sponsor licence when hiring workers from outside of the UK, as well as potential pitfalls and tips to be aware of.

Duration:00:05:58

Bite-sized Legal Update: Making an Insurance Claim - A guide for corporates, HNWIs and SMEs

7/20/2022
Partner Nicola Maher discusses making an insurance claim and the steps corporates, HNWIs and SMEs should take in the immediate aftermath of a loss.

Duration:00:05:35

Bite-sized Legal Update: Financial covenants in real estate finance transactions

7/20/2022
Banking & Finance Partner James Walton discusses financial covenants in real estate finance transactions.

Duration:00:05:41

Residential Construction Podcast Series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Dispute Resolution

2/2/2022
In this podcast we provide a brief overview of the common forms of dispute resolution used in residential construction, including negotiation, mediation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works https://www.edwincoe.com/publications/what-to-know-before-you-start-digging-a-hole/

Duration:00:09:27

Residential Construction Podcast Series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Defects 2

11/30/2021
In this podcast we continue our discussion of defects. We talk about what exactly qualifies as a defect, look at who might be responsible for certain types of defects, and discuss what an employer can do if a contractor will not agree to remedy defects . For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works...

Duration:00:07:29

Residential Construction Podcast Series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Defects

10/20/2021
As we kick off the second year of our residential construction podcasts we commence our discussion of defects. Following a brief look at Retentions, we talk about defects which appear both prior to practical completion and during the defects liability period. We also look at some techniques to minimise defects disputes. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works...

Duration:00:07:30

Litigation podcast series – The doctrine of economic duress in commercial transactions

10/7/2021
For the first time, the Supreme Court has considered the doctrine of economic duress in its recent judgment in Pakistan International Airline Corp v Times Travel (UK) Ltd [2021] UKSC 40 (“PIA”). While it is well established that the threat of an unlawful act can give rise to economic duress, the question of whether a threat to carry out a lawful act (such as threatening to lawfully terminate a contract) can amount to actionable economic duress has been more controversial and uncertain. In...

Duration:00:09:34

Trucks Cartel Claims – Summer 2021 update

9/24/2021
Please join our podcast with group litigation experts Zahira Hussain and David Greene, as they provide an update on the Edwin Coe Trucks Cartel claims. The podcast discusses the current status of the claims, who qualifies to join, the projected amount of damages, and how this litigation is funded on a no win, no fee basis. Background Edwin Coe, London’s leading group action firm, takes on truck manufacturers for claimants seeking damages from those who entered into a price fixing cartel....

Duration:00:13:02

Residential Construction Podcast Series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Payment under a JCT Intermediate Building Contract

9/7/2021
In this podcast we use the JCT Intermediate Contract to talk through the payment process under a construction contract, from valuation, payment applications and payment certificates, to the final date for payment and the issuing of a payless notice. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works...

Duration:00:07:34

Litigation podcast series – The importance of capturing all contract terms in writing

8/10/2021
In the fourth of our Litigation podcast series, Zahira Hussain looks at a recent High Court decision which serves as a timely reminder that, whilst a contract may be oral in whole or part, contractual terms are best fully recorded in writing at the time of the contract. Failure to do so can give rise to grave uncertainties. The High Court’s decision in Stonard v Green Shoots Capital UK Ltd also serves as a reminder that what parties put in writing in the aftermath of agreeing a contract is,...

Duration:00:05:54

Residential construction podcast series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Contract prices

8/10/2021
In this podcast we talk about contract prices, in particular the reasons why the cost to an Employer under a ‘fixed-price’ contract can change. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works https://www.edwincoe.com/publications/what-to-know-before-you-start-digging-a-hole/

Duration:00:06:28

Residential construction podcast series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Letters of intent

7/13/2021
In our tenth podcast we discuss letters of intent. We look at when letters of intent might be useful, discuss the risks of using such letters and highlight provisions which should be included within letters of intent.

Duration:00:07:04

Residential construction podcast series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Time and Construction Projects

6/16/2021
In this podcast we discuss your construction project and time – when is a Contractor entitled to more time, and what happens if the Works are not practically completed by the agreed Completion Date. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works https://www.edwincoe.com/publications/what-to-know-before-you-start-digging-a-hole/

Duration:00:06:55

Residential construction podcast series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – The role of the contract administrator

5/12/2021
In our eighth podcast we look at the role of the contract administrator (“CA”). We review the various tasks which are undertaken by a CA and discuss a contract administrator’s obligation to act independently and impartially when administering a contract. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works...

Duration:00:05:57

Litigation Podcast Series – Section 75 Consumer Credit Act: how it can help consumers get their money back

4/29/2021
The aftermath of Covid-19 is likely to see a surge in claims for breach of contract, with suppliers failing to provide goods and services purchased. Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act can be used to help consumers claim for breach of contract if they have purchased goods or services using credit – either offered with the product/service or via credit card. Consumers are able to pursue the creditor for any misrepresentation or breach of contract in services or goods supplied. This is...

Duration:00:07:05

Residential construction podcast series: Tips for avoiding common pitfalls – Early construction lawyer involvement

4/7/2021
In our seventh podcast we discuss at what point in your project you should engage a construction solicitor, and the benefits of early lawyer involvement. For more information visit us on www.edwincoe.com or download our guide: What to know before you start digging a hole - A residential owner’s guide to construction works https://www.edwincoe.com/publications/what-to-know-before-you-start-digging-a-hole/

Duration:00:06:34