David Streatfeild-James QC will present to the Society of Construction Law in Hong Kong (SCLHK) on “Liquidated Damages – Where […]
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David Johnson will participate in a panel discussion on Project Controls and Record Keeping hosted by Decipher Consult and Construct […]
Shourav Lahiri joined a distinguished panel of speakers to discuss current issues in arbitration with respect to the appointment of […]
Part 4 of the Building Law Reports covers the following key judgments: Jalla and Others v Royal Dutch Shell plc […]
Mathias Cheung will take part in a panel discussion on 20 May 2020, hosted by the AIAC Asian International Arbitration […]
Mathias Cheung and Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP acted successfully on behalf of the Claimant, DBE Energy Ltd (DBE), in the […]
“Triple Point Technology – Pointing to confusion” by pupil barrister Anson Cheung appears in the most recent issue of The International […]
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