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7 Jan 2021: Sir Robert Akenhead presenting at Hogan Lovell’s Annual Construction Conference

7th Jan 2021

Sir Robert Akenhead will join a distinguished line-up at Hogan Lovell’s Annual Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure Day Conference on Thursday 7th January 2021.

The conference – “Marriages of convenience: being “stuck in the middle with you” in an EPCM project” – will focus on major projects and will comprise talks and Q&A sessions on topics arising out of the modern reality of large infrastructure projects increasingly using the EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) procurement route.

Sir Robert will participate on a panel to discuss “The Tribunal View – A behind the curtain view”. In this session, former judges and current arbitrators will share their views on issues such as the dynamics of how tribunals work, the composition of the arbitration panel, the role of arbitrators, how the arbitration process is controlled, the conduct of the parties, e-bundles and mediation.





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