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3 October 2017: Fiona Parkin QC on “terminating mega projects” at SCL/CIArb seminar

4th Oct 2017

Date
03/10/2017

Location
National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, London, UK

Fiona Parkin QC was joined by Sophie Nappert from 3VB and Joanne Prior from Blackrock Expert Services to discuss “Mega projects – national prestige or bottomless well?” on Tuesday 3 October 2017 at the National Liberal Club in London.

The seminar was hosted by the Society of Construction Lawyers and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London Branch, and was chaired by Marion Smith QC from 39 Essex Chambers.

Fiona Parkin QC looked at the problems that can arise under the FIDIC suite of contracts and considered how to handle the issues that arise relating to the giving of notices, the right to terminate and the engagement of alternative contractors.

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