Construction Focus: Consultants under fire again?

When is a contractor under an obligation to warn of a dangerous or defective design? John Starr examines recent case law on the issue The principles governing apportionment are that the court must have particular regard to: (a) the causative potency of a relevant party’s fault; and (b) the blameworthiness of that party’s conduct relative …
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