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Dispute Blog

Dispute Blogs

We have worked on numerous disputes in the construction and engineering sectors, ranging from £50K to £250M. Bond’s Bites is a series of construction dispute related blogs prepared by myself, with the purpose of providing pragmatic and practical advice regarding commercial and contractual issues that regularly arise on projects, and that I have experienced first-hand. It is not a legal blog and is not meant to replace specific detailed advice, which would be based upon the facts of the actual issue that you may be encountering, but is merely intended to provide general useful advice. Put simply, my bite is a good place to start to resolve any issues or generally improve your commercial or contractual knowledge.

People Blogs

We all know that people are the most important asset of any business. Our people blogs look at the practical issues and people skills required to be a claims consultant in the construction and engineering industries.

Published Articles

I regularly have articles published in the national and international construction and engineering press. They also appear on our website for your information.

Joseph Bond, Managing Director, Kenzie Group


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