We regularly organise events and webinars for our clients and contacts concerning new legislative changes and industry issues, and also more informal networking or social events. Our events are always focussed, topical and timely.
Following on from our webinar on 30 March 2020 on mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on construction projects, James Vernon and Madeleine Kelly have considered contractual and practical implications for contractors (plus contract administrators, project managers and QSs) working on live projects during the lockdown and how to safeguard positions now and in the future… Read More >
COVID-19 and measures taken to contain its spread have by now impacted all businesses in the GCC and worldwide. As the crisis worsens the construction sector is likely to be amongst the hardest-hit. This webinar works through four practical scenarios for each the employer, the main contractor, the consultant and the subcontractor / supplier, basing… Read More >
The full impact of COVID-19 on the construction sector and wider Irish society will not be known for some considerable time. However, we do know that the impacts will be very significant. The important thing to do now is to mitigate and manage those impacts wherever possible, so that projects and economic activity in the… Read More >
COVID-19 and measures taken to contain its spread have by now impacted all businesses in the UK and worldwide. As the crisis worsens the construction sector is likely to be amongst the hardest-hit. There remains uncertainty over whether construction sites are permitted to operate in light of the Government’s unprecedented restriction on people’s movements announced… Read More >
Scott Lambert and Jeremy Russell from our Dubai office discuss the following topics: What are the types of contract you will face Dispute options – can you arbitrate Decennial liability, foreign consultants ban and other developments To discuss any of the issues raised in this webinar please contact Jeremy on email@example.com. Alternatively please call +971 (0)… Read More >
Sadaff Habib and Nadir Hasan, Associates from our Dubai and London offices, discuss the following topics including in the context of both common law and civil law jurisdictions: When to seek interim relief and factors to consider; Courts or emergency arbitrators; Obtaining interim relief during an arbitration; Enforcement of interim measures. To discuss any of… Read More >
In this webinar James Hutchinson will provide an update and refresher on the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and covers the below: What contracts are / are not caught by the Regulations; The different procurement procedures under the Regulations; The contracting authority’s obligations; Below threshold procurements; Variations to procurements; Challenging a procurement award; and The impact… Read More >
We have seen a recent upturn in the number of consultants seeking our help in obtaining payment. In this webinar Nathan Modell and Andrew Croft will highlight key steps from the start of the relationship with the developer and throughout the project cycle to increase the likelihood of getting paid, and those steps to take… Read More >
In this webinar, Senior Associate Sadaff Habib discusses: Your arbitration agreement – things to think about Benefits of different institutional rules Interim remedies in arbitration Enforcing your award To discuss any of the issues raised in this webinar please contact Sadaff (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call on +971 (0) 4 356 3902. Please click here for a copy… Read More >
In the first in a series of webinars on international arbitration, Anna Braden, Senior Associate at Beale & Co, considers: What is arbitration Why arbitrate Key features of arbitration How to arbitrate The advantages and disadvantages To discuss any of the issues raised in this webinar please contact Anna Braden at email@example.com or call us on… Read More >
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