The original aim of adjudication was to provide parties to a construction contract with an accessible and efficient method of resolving payment disputes. However, parties have utilised the speed and cost benefits of adjudication for a wider range of disputes related to construction projects.
Although this has led to a broader case load, the focus of the Courts remains that unless clear issues arise from an Adjudicator’s decision, they should be enforced.
Join James Vernon and Jack Swadling for a webinar that provides a brief introduction to the structure of the adjudicative process and discuss considerations for Referring Parties and Responding Parties bringing and defending claims via adjudication.
1. Aims of the adjudication process.
2. Steps to consider when bringing an adjudication for the types of claims: defects, valuation and delay
3. Steps to consider when defending an adjudication including jurisdiction.
4. Recent case law and where this fits in to adjudication process.
To discuss any of the issues raised in this webinar please contact James Vernon at email@example.com and Jack Swadling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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