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Future leaders: Are FIDIC contracts a solution for public projects in...

FIDIC contracts will not magically solve all the issues in large public projects, but they would bring positive results in a desirable time, writes Mexican construction law specialist Juan Pablo Sandoval.

JICA’s Keisuke Fukui: Mandating dispute boards

Keisuke Fukui, director at the Japan International Co-operation Agency (JICA) makes clear the importance they place to standing boards amid some challenges.

Experts endorse remote and hybrid adjudication hearings

Digital transition is changing industry norms fast. Nowhere is that more apparent than in adjudication, which has found remote hearings to be effective, efficient and sustainable.

ADB’s procurement head prioritises sustainability

Jeff Taylor sets out the huge extent of procurement around the world, the importance of sustainable procurement, and what the Asian Development Bank is doing about it.

Gracious Timothy Dunna: Be wary of India’s legal differences

Legal advisor with the Indian Ministry of Defence, notes that many contracts have clauses that will not apply to arbitration in India.

Smart clauses and dispute boards can cut delays

Siobhan Fahey, a chartered arbitrator and chartered engineer has set out how small clauses can cut project delays as experts discuss project delivery and dispute management. 

Peter Collie: Onerous risks will drive prices higher or quality down

International construction lawyer with 3PB, has warned that growing risks on contractors will likely lead to rising prices, falling quality or other problems for clients.

Lyndon White: Construction contracts reflect a changed industry

With unprecedented investment going into global infrastructure, and projects becoming more complex, larger and cross-border – we speak with ADR expert Lyndon White about why he is developing an international collaborative contract with FIDIC.

Kiri Parr: Collaborative contracts reframe how to ‘win’

With unprecedented investment going into global infrastructure, and projects becoming more complex, larger and cross-border – we speak with procurement expert Kiri Parr, a consultant and academic in Australia, about why FIDIC is developing an international collaborative contract.

Andrea Chao: Collaborative contracts now vital for skilled people

With unprecedented investment into global infrastructure – we speak with legal expert Andrea Chao (AC), Partner at Bird & Bird in the Netherlands, about why she is developing an international collaborative contract.
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