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Chambers Construction Guide published with David Streatfeild-James QC as contributing editor

7th Mar 2018

The Chambers Construction guide published in March 2018 with David Streatfeild-James QC as contributing editor, provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses and covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions.

The purpose of the Construction Guide is to address the key features of construction litigation, arbitration, and practice in each of the jurisdictions reviewed. For every guide Chambers selects “Contributing Editors who are ranked in the relevant Chambers Guides as the best in their field”.

Organised on a jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction basis, each chapter has been contributed by specialist construction practitioners in response to questions prepared by members of Atkin Chambers. By doing so, the editors hope to give the practitioner an introduction to the manner by which participants in the construction industry enter into contracts; the means by which construction dispute resolution is organised; and the approach of each jurisdiction to those problems which are common to construction disputes the world over.

For further information see the Chambers & Partners website.





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