‘Ethics in the Tender Process’: Mathias Cheung on implied duties of good faith for International Construction Law Review

26th Jul 2017

Mathias Cheung’s article ‘Ethics in the Tender Process: Implied Duty of Good Faith and Remedies for Breach’ for ICLR (International Construction Law Review) has been published in Issue 34 (2017).

Mathias’ article consists of a comparative analysis of implied duties of good faith during pre-contractual negotiations/tender processes in common law and also civilian jurisdictions.

To read the full article please click here.

Mathias Cheung

Mathias-Cheung-Atkin-ChambersMathias’ practice covers all areas of Chambers’ work, including construction, engineering and infrastructure, energy and utilities, information technology, and professional negligence. In addition to these specialist areas, he has gained experience in a wide range of commercial disputes, including cases on fraud, insurance, assignment, subrogation, and conflicts of law. Mathias is also the winner of the SCL Hudson Prize 2015 for his essay entitled ‘Shylock’s Construction Law: the Brave New Life of Liquidated Damages?’.

As a native of Hong Kong, Mathias is fluent in both Cantonese and Mandarin, and he is therefore able to take instructions for cases involving Chinese-speaking parties and Chinese documentation in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Singapore and other jurisdictions.

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