Ethical gauntlet thrown down in pursuit of construction code
In a lecture last June, Professor John Uff QC suggested that there was scope for a single ethical code for that loose grouping of professionals from many disciplines who work in construction law and who are bound at present by a variety of different professional standards (AJ 10.7.03). The Society of Construction Law (SCL) picked up this gauntlet and set up an ethics group to consider the matter. On 2 December, Judge Thornton QC of the Technology and Construction Court gave a paper ...
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