Equip your team with guidance on how best to minimise risks, avoid unnecessary conflicts and cut the costs of resolving disputes by getting guidance from 35 speakers at the Construction Law: Contracts & Dispute Management conference.

Taking place in London, delegates will be able to focus their time but choosing from these five separately bookable segments…


Main Conference Day 1, 30th June
Contract and Risk Management

  • Contract Drafting & Management Techniques for Avoiding Disputes
  • FIDIC Review
  • FIDIC vs NEC Comparison
  • Projects in Emerging Markets
  • Corruption and Dishonesty Issues
  • Tendering, Procurement and Strategic Alliances
  • Construction Insurance
  • Current Industry Challenges

Main Conference Day 2, 1st July
Disputes and Dispute Resolution Techniques

  • On-demand Bond Calls and Emergency Arbitrators
  • Delay and Disruption Claims
  • CIArb Dispute Board Rules
  • Claims Preparation and Management
  • Lessons Learnt from Recent Case Law
  • Conflict Avoidance and Early Intervention
  • Adjudication – Your Practical Guide
  • Mediation: When and How to Use?

Pre-Conference Workshop 1, 29th June (Morning):
Drafting Successful Construction Contracts

Pre-Conference Workshop 2, 29th June (Afternoon):
Effective Contract Management Strategies to Avoid and Resolve Disputes

Post-Conference Workshop, 2nd July (Full Day):
Practical Comparison of Approaches under Civil and Common Law Jurisdictions

Not sure which parts to attend? See more detail on the programme.

The 35 speakers include:

  • Roger Stewart QC, Barrister, 4 New Square
  • Jane Davies Evans, Counsel, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • Martin Burns, Head of ADR Research and Development, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
  • Gordon Jaynes ESQ, Chairman Emeritus, Committee on International Construction Projects, International Bar Association (IBA)
  • Jonathan Hosie, Partner, Mayer Brown
  • Martin Potter, Group Legal Counsel (Construction), Canary Wharf Group
  • Wolfgang Breyer, Specialist Attorney, International Construction Law, Breyer Rechtsanwaelte
  • Tony Turton, Head of Delivery Hub – Capital Programme Manager, Highways Agency
  • Rupert Choat, Barrister, Arbitrator and Mediator, Atkin Chambers
  • Cecilia Misu, Senior Contract Manager Siemens and Founder, Cmsquare
  • Paul Reed QC, Hardwicke Chambers
  • Jeremy Nicholson QC, 4 Pump Court

See the full list of speakers on the conference agenda.

You can get a 10% saving by quoting VIP code: FKW82566CMGP when booking.

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