• ...the Court or Arbitrator must decide on a balance of probabilities what delay has actually been caused by such
    Relevant Events as have been found to exist... How the Court or Arbitrator makes that decision must be based on the
    evidence, both actual and expert.
    Akenhead J, Walter Lilly v Giles Patrick Mackay & DMW [2012] EWHC 649 (TCC)

  • Expert evidence presented to the court should be, and should be seen to be, the independent product of the
    expert uninfluenced as to form or content by the exigencies of litigation...
    Lord Wilberforce, Whitehouse v Jordan [1981] I WLR 246

  • What the Court wants to know is an expert witness’s own expression of his expert evidence, not the instructing
    solicitor’s interpretation of it.
    Bleby J, Alstom Ltd v Yokogawa Australia Pty Ltd & Anor (No. 8) [2012] SASC 117

  • ...the Adjudicator's jurisdiction arose from his appointment by an authorised nominating body...and from his acceptance
    of such appointment. Whether the payment claim was in proper order or not would not have an impact on the Adjudicator's
    Prakash J, Chip Hup Hup Kee Construction Pte Ltd v Ssangyong Engineering & Construction Co Ltd [2010] 1 SLR 658

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