Complex construction projects commonly give rise to disputes, which are often referred to arbitration. But what makes a construction arbitration different from any other type of commercial arbitration?
In this podcast series, our International Arbitration and Construction & Infrastructure Disputes experts join forces to explore what makes a construction arbitration different from any other type of commercial arbitration.
The series will features episodes discussing the various stages of a construction arbitration, including engaging experts, managing documents and factual witnesses, preparing a case and managing the arbitration procedure itself.
Latest Episode: Episode 5: Managing construction arbitration procedure
Craig Tevendale, Liz Kantor and Kemi Wood look at what to bear in mind when managing the procedure in construction arbitration
Full podcast series
Episode 1: Introduction to Construction Arbitration
Craig Tevendale, James Doe and Rebecca Warder provide an introduction to the key characteristics of construction arbitrations and how to plan for them.
James Doe, Naomi Lisney and Karan Talwar discuss key points to bear in mind when working with expert witnesses in construction arbitration proceedings.
Craig Tevendale, Susan Field and Olivia Liang discuss the importance of documents and factual witnesses in construction arbitrations.
James Doe, Maguelonne de Brugiere and Olivia Liang look at case preparation, in particular critical issues to consider at the outset of a case, and additional considerations that will need to be given to case strategy as the case runs on.
Craig Tevendale, Liz Kantor and Kemi Wood look at what to bear in mind when managing the procedure in construction arbitration.
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