12 May 2022: Fiona Parkin QC on “Changes in construction and infrastructure disputes: 2022 and beyond” for LIDW22

Date
12/05/2022

Time
4:30 pm London

Location
Online and in-person options available

Fiona Parkin QC will moderate a panel discussion on “Changes in construction and infrastructure disputes: 2022 and beyond” for this year’s London International Disputes Week 2022 (LIDW22).

The panel will debate the latest and most relevant legal and practical issues that have emerged or are emerging in construction and infrastructure disputes, how those issues impact on parties’ rights and obligations, and the conduct of disputes.  The panel will address new ways in which parties are seeking to avoid contractual obligations, the exercise of new or developed remedies, constraints on the exercise of power under a contract, and developments in the law and the evaluation of delay and disruption claims.  It will also consider what practical changes parties are facing or may face in international dispute resolution.

Moderator: Fiona Parkin QC (Atkin Chambers)

Speakers: Julian Bailey (White & Case), Franco Mastrandrea (HKA), James Pickavance (Jones Day) and Jennie Wild (Keating Chambers)

To register for this event as part of LIDW22, please go to https://2022.lidw.co.uk/.  A virtual ticket will provide access to all member-hosted events (including those with in-person options).  Member-hosted events are also open to all those with a ticket to the main LIDW Conference on 10 and 11 May at Central Hall Westminster (which is free for in-house general counsel & government lawyers).

“Changes in construction and infrastructure disputes: 2022 and beyond” is a member-hosted panel event for London International Disputes Week 2022 (LIDW22).  With its theme of ‘Dispute Resolution – Global, Sustainable, Ethical?’, LIDW22 will continue to drive forward the discussion on disputes resolution by bringing together in-house counsel, lawyers, academics, judges, arbitrators and other #legal professionals to facilitate discussions on the future of #dispute resolution.

 





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