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International Construction Arbitration Law 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9789041149855
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789041123411
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £124.00



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There is probably no area of activity more in need of reliable dispute resolution procedures than construction projects, especially if more than one jurisdiction is involved. The second edition of this eminently practical guide greatly facilitates the process for all parties concerned. The text, now updated to include the latest edition of arbitral rules, considers the full range of available dispute resolution methods, including mediation, conciliation, and (increasingly common in international construction disputes) determination by dispute review boards or expert panels, before focusing specifically on arbitration. The book then looks in detail at all aspects of arbitration, from commencement of proceedings, through preparation and collection of the evidence necessary in complex construction cases, to common procedural issues, the conduct of the hearing, the effect of the award, challenges to it and its enforcement.

Specific valuable features include the following:

  • guidance on drafting of dispute resolution provisions designed to minimise disputes and facilitate their swift resolution;
  • flowcharts to illustrate the stages in dispute procedures and arbitration;
  • a comparison between common law and civil law approaches to key concepts;
  • details of the key features of a construction contract and common standard forms;
  • expert guidance on effective contract administration;
  • step-by-step advice on the conduct of a construction arbitration; and
  • coverage of particular issues thrown up by complex construction disputes which differentiate them from other commercial disputes, with guidelines on how to approach such issues in the presentation before a tribunal.

As an easy-to-use resource for both general counsel and the lawyers in private practice, this book has no peers. It has proved to be of particular value to commercial contract negotiators and corporate counsel who may have many years of experience but have not had to live through a construction dispute or manage a construction contract during the life of a project. Lawyers in private practice embarking on a construction dispute for the first time will also find this book of value, as will students of dispute resolution.

Subjects:
Construction Law, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Key Features of Construction Contracts.
Chapter 3 Dispute Avoidance and Resolution.
Chapter 4 Claims Administration.
Chapter 5 Dispute Boards.
Chapter 6 Forms of ADR.
Chapter 7 Commencement of an Arbitration.
Chapter 8 Control of the Arbitration.
Chapter 9 Preparation and Collection of Evidence.
Chapter 10 Programme Analysis.
Chapter 11 Procedural Issues.
Chapter 12 The Conduct of the Hearing.
Chapter 13 Effect of the Award.
Chapter 14 Investor-State Arbitration within the Construction Sector.
Chapter 15 Closing Thoughts.
Annex 1: Dispute Resolution under the FIDIC Silver Book.
Annex 2: Dispute Resolution under NEC3 Option W1 and W2.
Annex 3: Sample Institutional Flowcharts.
Annex 4: Important Drafting Considerations for Dispute Resolution Clauses.
Annex 5: Sample Multi-Tiered Dispute Resolution Provisions.
Annex 6: Example Outline for Request for Arbitration under the LCIA Rules (1998).
Annex 7: Example Outline Terms of Reference under the ICC Rules (2012).
Annex 8: Example Redfern Schedule for Disclosure Requests.
Table of Cases.
Index