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26 & 27 June 2018
London, uk

Construction Law: Contracts and Dispute Management Conference

The vital update on the key topics in international construction law; offering the legal analysis behind the headlines, practical guidance on contracts and disputes, and uniting the global construction network

The increasing need to address legal issues throughout the construction cycle makes this the prime event for all in the construction industry- including engineers, project managers and contractors… and of course, lawyers.

Hear from the experts about key cross-jurisdictional progression in Construction- learn from today, plan for tomorrow

Lessons Learned from Projects in Emerging Markets
  • Update on projects in Middle East, Africa, Latin America
  • Santander vs the Brazilian banks
  • International procurement concerns
  • Regulatory and compliance concerns
  • Contractor evolution from needy to greedy
  • Panel including Osama Al Jayousi, the former head of compliance for Carillion PLC
Construction Law in Major Infrastructure and Energy Projects
  • Construction law issues in the rail sector
  • Uniting roads along the India-China border
  • Infrastructure projects and law in developing economies
  • State aid for infrastructure
  • Construction law for energy projects
  • How to effectively avoid problems due to the mismatch between engineering and construction contracts
New Updates- Comparative Analysis of New Standard Forms of Contract
  • Overview and comparison of the new major standard form contracts
  • How they differ from their previous forms
  • Analysis of how standard forms address issues of time, cost and quality
  • How can we expect usage to change?
  • Current and future trends- anticipated usage of each contract in different jurisdictions