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Mathias Cheung will participate in a virtual panel discussion to discuss contractual, legal and practical issues arising out of a […]
OHL v Qatar Foundation and tribunal’s powers to correct awards and scope of permissible challenges...
In “A slip capable of correction or an excess of powers?” Simon Lofthouse QC and Zulfikar Khayum examine the decision in Obrascon […]
Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC will participate in a live webinar hosted by Pinsent Masons on The Queen Mary University of London […]
Lauren Adams will participate in a panel discussion on ‘The Future of Construction, Law & Real Estate’ hosted by The […]
On Tuesday 14 July Mathias Cheung will participate in a webinar on “Getting Started – Advocacy in the Early Years” […]
Simon Lofthouse QC and Zulfikar Khayum successfully defeat a challenge to arbitral award in respect...
Simon Lofthouse QC and Zulfikar Khayum have successfully defeated a challenge to an arbitral award brought by a joint venture contractor in […]
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