London-based Construction & Infrastructure Disputes Partners James Doe and David Nitek and Professional Support Lawyer Noe Minamikata have authored the chapter on 'Construction Arbitration and Turnkey Projects' in the fourth edition of Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Construction Arbitration.
The Guide to Construction Arbitration brings together both substantive and procedural sides of the subject in one volume. Across four parts, it moves from explaining the mechanics of FIDIC contracts and particular procedural questions that arise at the disputes stage, to how to organise an effective arbitration, before ending with a section on the specifics of certain contracts and of key countries and regions. It has been written by leaders in the field from both the civil and common law worlds and other relevant professions.
Herbert Smith Freehills' chapter, ‘Construction Arbitration and Turnkey Projects’ is available to download as a PDF
The full guide can be accessed online at: https://globalarbitrationreview.com/guide/the-guide-construction-arbitration/fourth-edition
For more information, please contact James Doe, David Nitek, Noe Minamikata or your usual Herbert Smith Freehills contact.
Accreditation: An extract from the fourth edition of GAR’s The Guide to Construction Arbitration. The whole publication is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/guide/the-guide-construction-arbitration/fourth-edition
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