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Rachel Armstrong

Rachel Armstrong is a lawyer at CMS Cameron McKenna.


  • Adrian Bell partner and solicitor advocate CMS Cameron McKenna

    The legal forecast: 8 construction developments expected in 2017Subscription

    15 December, 2016

    There are a number of pieces of legislation and guidance set to affect construction in 2017. Here are eight to keep an eye on.

  • Rachel Armstrong lawyer CMS Cameron McKenna

    'No amendment' clauses: Are you protected?Subscription

    2 June, 2016

    Parties to construction contracts often rely on ‘no amendment’ clauses – but two recent cases have shown such clauses do not rule out informal amendments being made contrary to their terms.

  • Rachel Armstrong lawyer CMS Cameron McKenna

    UCTA and limitation/exclusion clausesSubscription

    24 August, 2015

    Limitation and exclusion clauses are standard contract features, limiting the recoverability of consequential losses in the event of a breach. But problems may arise where one party’s standard terms of business are being used.