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Sir Robert Akenhead presented at the Society of Construction Law in Hong Kong

19th May 2016

On 19 May 2016, Sir Robert Akenhead gave a presentation on witness evidence from his perspective as a recently retired TCC Judge for the Society of Construction Law in Hong Kong.

This included:

  • Practical tips, advice and pitfalls, dos and don’ts, his views generally on witnesses;
  • Proof and differing proof; and
  • Causation and the law.

Sir Robert Akenhead was also the main speaker at the SCLHK half-day workshop on dealing with construction contract administration and claims. There were two sessions:

  • Session 1 – Delay, disruption and the consequences
  • Session 2 – Advantages and disadvantages of multi-disciplines involved in contracts

For further details on the SCL in Hong Kong click here.





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