Atkin Chambers, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Clyde & Co, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, Eversheds Sutherland, Keating Chambers, Latham & Watkins, Pinsent Masons, Stephenson Harwood
Cash flow is the lifeblood of the construction industry. The international construction disputes session will address the following theme: solving the problem of balancing fairness without starving the industry of its lifeblood; is the UK template a model that could be followed in other international construction markets? The session will consider the roles of ADR, international arbitration and the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) in resolving international construction disputes.
Panel 1 – The role of Alternative Dispute Resolution in international construction disputes.
Panel 2 – Arbitration – providing a better (ie faster, cheaper and more effective) service in respect of international construction disputes.
Panel 3 – The role of the TCC in resolving international construction disputes.
Confirmed speakers and moderators include: Adrian Bell (CMS), Charles Blamire-Brown (Pinsent Masons), Julio César Bueno (Pinheiro Neto), Philip Clifford QC (Latham & Watkins), Adam Constable QC (Keating Chambers), Jerome Dunn (Bechtel), Jean-Christophe Honlet (Dentons), Simon Hughes QC (Keating Chambers), Rosemary Jackson QC (Keating Chambers), Lindy Patterson QC (39 Essex Chambers), James Pickavance (Eversheds Sutherland), Caroline Pope (Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner), Dominque Rawley QC (Atkin Chambers) and Mark Roe (Pinsent Masons).
Registration and catering: Registration and networking will commence at 11:30 am, in time for a prompt 12:00 pm start to the session. A buffet lunch will also be available during the session.
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