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Base featured in ‘The Expert Witness’

Base featured in ‘The Expert Witness’

Base is once again in print! The article ‘Hearings in a Global Pandemic: Our Quantum Experts’ Experiences’, written by CEO Duncan Hughes-Phillips and Managing Director Tom Taylor, has been featured in the 38th edition of the quarterly journal, ‘The Expert Witness’.

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Experts in Mediation

Experts in Mediation

John Delaney – Ireland Director. Many forms of dispute resolution are considered excessively expensive, protracted, formal and/or unpredictable. Indeed, those involved in litigation or arbitration may recognise such descriptions as all too familiar. In recognition of these and other issues,

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Retentions: Are they on the way out?

Retentions: Are they on the way out?

Max Edinburgh – Quantity Surveyor. The provisions which allow retention to be deducted have been subject to much debate over the last 30 years. Such discussions concentrate on whether the process is fair or open to abuse and outdated. However, the process has remained unaffected, with

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Modular Housing: Can it help the UK housing market?

Modular Housing: Can it help the UK housing market?

Alex Playle – Quantity Surveyor. It is no secret that the UK housing market is currently under pressure to provide extensive, affordable and quality homes to meet continued demand. One of the solutions frequently thrown into the ring due to its

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Base announce collaboration with Aurora Construction

Base announce collaboration with Aurora Construction

Base are delighted to announce our collaboration with Aurora Construction Consultancy, an RICS Quantity Surveying Practice based in the Nordics. Our collaboration will combine Base’s team of highly respected Expert Witnesses and

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Jumping the Gun: False Starts in Adjudications

Jumping the Gun: False Starts in Adjudications

Tony Clough – Director, Forensic Expert Witness. Adjudication as a process is quicker, cheaper and much less formal than going to arbitration or court. However, we shouldn’t be lulled into a false sense of security by the relative informality of the process or the fact that the

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