International Quarterly

International Quarterly is a newsletter which provides informative and practical information regarding legal and commercial developments in construction and energy sectors around the world.

International QuarterlyIssue 26, 2019

This edition features articles on the relationship between AI & construction law, the new FIDIC Emerald Book for tunnelling contracts, taking over under the 2017 FIDIC Rainbow Suite, enforcing foreign arbitral awards in Saudi Arabia, liability of parent companies domiciled in England for activities of overseas subsidiaries and the ICC Emergency Arbitrator scheme.

 

The links to these articles are below

AI and Construction Law: an essential and inevitable partnership - Part 2: Dispute resolution and predicting dispute outcomes

The Emerald Book: the new FIDIC Tunnelling Contract

Taking over: the meaning of completion under the 2017 FIDIC Contracts

Enforcing foreign arbitral awards in Saudi Arabia: winds of change?

Parental Controls: Supreme Court holds that claims can be brought against a parent company domiciled in England, in respect of the activities of its overseas subsidiaries

ICC Emergency Arbitrator Proceedings

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