International Quarterly archive

Issue 29, 2020

This edition looks at the new Information Protocol for use when working with BS EN ISO 19650 on BIM-enabled projects. We also review two international arbitration cases, about whether a claimant was entitled to recover costs following an arbitrator’s withdrawal from an arbitration and the duties owed by an expert to their client. Finally, we look at how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is being dealt with on projects in India and Singapore.

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An expert’s fiduciary duty of loyalty to their client - A v B [2020] EWHC 809 (TCC)

A novel approach to addressing the novel Coronavirus – Singapore’s approach to contracts under COVID-19

The impact of COVID-19 on projects in India: a FIDIC perspective

The possibility of costs awards against arbitrators: a claimant’s application to recover costs following an arbitrator’s withdrawal

The new [BIM] Information Protocol

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Issue 28, 2020

This edition provides practical advice with regards to COVID-19 on international construction projects and contracts. We also look at a recent case which reviewed termination and unforeseeable ground conditions under the FIDIC contract, as well as discussing different approaches to without prejudice correspondence during adjudication and other disputes.

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Actions for Covid-19 on your construction project

Covid-19, FIDIC and Construction Contracts

Coronavirus/COVID-19 and Construction Contracts

Getting termination right: PBS Energo A.S. v Bester Generacion UK Limited & Anor [2020] EWHC 223 (TCC) and the FIDIC Silver Book

Unforeseeable ground conditions and the FIDIC Silver Book

Prejudice without prejudice?

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Issue 27, 2019

This edition features articles about the Singapore Mediation Convention, practical advice about serving proper claims notices, the application of BIM under the FIDIC Form of Contract, whether the Prague Rules might result in a more time and cost-effective form of international arbitration & a snapshot of the legal issues you typically find in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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The Singapore Mediation Convention: raising the profile of mediation in cross-border disputes

Notices of claim and time bars: don’t be another “sympathy” statistic

The application of BIM under the FIDIC Form of Contract

Snapshot of construction Law issues in Saudi Arabia

Rules on the Efficient Conduct of Proceedings in International Arbitration (Prague Rules)

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Issue 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.

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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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