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BCLP Associate Oliver Pickford authored an article published Sept. 26 by the Chartered Institute of Building’s Construction Manager Magazine concerning what happens next when supply chain disruption risks project delivery.  "Parties often have a choice. They can notify the other party of a problem or keep quiet, avoid the confrontation and hope for the best. Serving a contractual notice on another party can feel impersonal, even adversarial. This could explain why many feel reluctant to do so, especially where a good commercial relationship has developed. Nevertheless, the contract machinery is in place for a reason. It is intended to provide certainty and inform the other party of the position under the contract," Oliver wrote. This article is reprinted with permission from Construction Manager Magazine.

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