A trigger that came with more warnings than the Daily Mail in a post- colonial gender studies course, the formal notification of Article 50 has brought into relief the fact that the EU-UK legal framework is moving swiftly towards the… Read More ›
In almost all instances, arbitration must be contemplated at the contract drafting stage. Parties may, of course, agree to take a dispute to arbitration at any stage, but once a dispute has broken out, positions become polarised, and agreement is accordingly less likely. The reasons… Read More ›
Many factors contribute to construction disputes, especially if the property is based abroad. Most projects take a long time to complete, leading to uncertainties and delays that can result in disagreements. The following factors typically create international construction disputes.
Alternative methods of dispute resolution are a topic on the legislative agendas of a large number of countries as states actively work to promote their use. A reoccurring issue related to the spread of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms is… Read More ›