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31 March 2022: Professor Doug Jones AO on “Construction arbitration and development projects” for GAR Live

21st Mar 2022

Date
31/03/2022

Time
10:10 am CET

Location
Les Salons Hoche, 9 Av. Hoche, Paris

Professor Doug Jones AO will join a panel to discuss “Planes, Trains & Automobiles: Construction arbitration and development projects” at GAR Live: Construction Disputes 2022 conference on Thursday 31 March 2022.

About the event

Large-scale development projects can produce some of the more difficult construction-related disputes. In addition to the usual technical aspects, one may have issues such as environmental sustainability, human rights or corruption to contend with.

The panel of leading practitioners will give their own accounts of the issues that can occur when handling development project disputes.

  • Jane Davies Evans, Barrister, 3 Verulam Buildings (moderator)
  • Professor Doug Jones AO, Arbitrator, Atkin Chambers
  • David Kaggwa, Senior Partner, Kaggwalaw
  • Emma Schaafsma (Kratochvilova), Partner, CMS Legal
  • Mark Wheeler, Head of Diales, Quantum & Technical Expert, Diales

For further information on GAR Live: Construction Disputes 2022 and to register a place, please click here. 





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