Our Construction Law Masters podcast series we welcome distinguished guests from the construction industry to discuss their unique experiences and views of various aspects of construction law and practice.
Construction Law Masters EP1: Sir Rupert Jackson
James Doe interviews Sir Rupert Jackson, a barrister, former Lord Justice of Appeal and international arbitrator, to discuss his views on various aspects of construction law and practice.
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Sir Rupert Jackson's views on the industry's reaction to the Triple Point decision
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Sir Rupert Jackson's approach to arbitrations
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Sir Rupert Jackson's views on costs budgeting in arbitration
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Sir Rupert Jackson's views on expert evidence and his role in introducing the rules on hot tubbing
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Sir Rupert Jackson's views on the future of construction law and practice
Construction Law Masters EP2: David Barry
James Doe interviews David Barry, founder and chairman of Black Rock Expert Services. David is one of the leading delay experts in the world and has given evidence in some of the largest and most complex construction arbitrations in the last decade.
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David Barry gives his views on the methods and principles applied in delay analysis
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David Barry gives his views on the key trends and developments for experts in construction dispute resolution
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David Barry gives his views on the key differences for experts between construction arbitration and litigation
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David Barry gives his views on experts' relationships with clients and their lawyers
Construction Law Masters EP3: Professor David Mosey
James Doe and Emma Kurtovich interview Professor David Mosey, Director of the Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at Kings College London.
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Recent trends and developments in construction law
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The link between procurement model and disputes