How to Build on Success and Avoid Pitfalls in International Infrastructure Projects

Question Time Seminar: How to Build on Success and Avoid Pitfalls in International Infrastructure Projects – SINGAPORE

Date:

Tuesday, 30th January 2018

Timings:

6pm (registration)
6:15pm – 7:15pm (seminar)

To be followed by drinks

Venue:

Room 903
NTUC Centre
One Marina Boulevard
Singapore 018989

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Speakers:

Paul Darling OBE QC
Adrian Hughes QC
Marion Smith QC
David Bateson

This is the opportunity to join the audience for a “Question Time” session

A panel of lawyers and arbitrators will ask and answer a range of questions prompted by the theme building on success and avoiding pitfalls in international infrastructure projects. Issues to be debated include:

  • How to align the participant’s interests: language, communication and records.
  • Is your agreement worth the paper it’s not written on: letters of intent and other informal agreements
  • Is there scope for the “good faith” doctrine in construction contracts?
  • Are you secured: when can demand on a performance bond not be honoured?
  • What is the benefit of multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses?
  • Are you on shaky ground: the pitfalls in contracting for and dealing with unforeseen ground conditions
  • How to win at arbitration: documents, witnesses, experts and advocates.

The audience will be encouraged to ask questions of the Panel and if you would like to submit your question beforehand please email it to lindsay.scott@39essex.com and beth.williams@39essex.com

Key Contact:

 

Beth Williams

Beth Williams

beth.williams@39essex.com / 0207 832 1155

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NB: This programme of speakers and talks is subject to change.

 

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