Construction Litigation & Dispute Resolution in the Gulf

Innovative Tactics and Strategies for Successful Dispute Resolution

10th – 11th December 2012 ⁄ Hilton Jumeirah Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


The recent explosion of high value litigation is costing the construction industry huge amounts of time and money in an already tough economic environment.  With the average value of disputes in the Middle East construction industry more than doubling in 2011 from the previous year, the wave of litigation shows no signs of abating.  In the current climate it is critical that parties are able to resolve disputes in a cost effective manner and also avoid disputes from the outset.

C5’s Construction Litigation & Dispute Resolution in the Gulf Forum is an essential event in order to prepare you to present or defend claims and to effectively manage disputes as they arise.  Over two packed days you will equip yourself with the latest tactics, tips and techniques to ensure that you are successful in resolving disputes.


Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Hear leading judges and arbitrators give their perspectives on the key issues governing construction dispute resolution in the Gulf region
  • Enhance your understanding of the capabilities and nuances of various dispute resolution tribunals in different jurisdictions when handling construction disputes
  • Network with leading in-house and external counsel and benchmark your experiences of construction dispute resolution


A Unique Opportunity to Get Unrivalled Insights from Leading Dispute Resolution Centres Including:

  • Dubai International Arbitration Centre
  • DIFC/LCIA Arbitration Centre
  • Qatar International Commercial Court and Dispute Resolution Centre
  • Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution
  • Qatar International Center for Conciliation and Arbitration


Be sure to inform your colleagues group discounts are available when you book together


To register call +44 (0) 20 7878 6888, email or register online at Quote booking code 558CMG when registering.

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