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Cases and analysis

Building law monthly

Understand exactly how the changing legal landscape in the construction industry affects you or your clients.

Find construction law compliance easier to understand, so you can advise your clients or make decisions that avoid expensive legal action.

What we can help you with

Written by specialists, and consisting of case reporting, commentaries and analysis, Building Law Monthly:

  • Leads you straight to key building law issues
  • Extracts specific legal points
  • Explains their implications for you
  • Distils and clarifies complex legislation

Building Law Monthly is delivered 10 times a year in hard copy and is available in a digital format on i-law.com, making it easy to search and share.

And you can also access a vast building law case archive including summaries, commentary and analysis dating back to 2000.

What's included

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Case commentaries

Focus on specific points and their implications.

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Case summaries

Overview of judgments and their inferences.

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Print and online

Available in print and via i-law.com.

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Carefully selected judgments

No need to trawl through irrelevant information.

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Explanations and analysis

Distillation of complex legal topics.

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