1-day introductory course to outline the requirements for a dispute and the main international construction dispute resolution / ADR processes.
While we strongly recommend our clients to pursue a pre-active dispute avoidance strategy on their projects, they also need a “Plan B” when a legal dispute cannot be avoided. This means understanding what is needed in terms of documentation, evidence and resources to defend or prepare a successful case in international arbitration, litigation or adjudication and to ensure that effective project practices are implemented throughout project execution. The curriculum also covers an introduction to the main Alternative Dispute Resolution processes and their differences, such as arbitration, adjudication, mediation and litigation and their mechanisms and respective institutions, such as the ICC or UNCITRAL.
Who is this for?
Project professionals, project managers, contract, procurement & project control professionals, document managers, and any project team member who needs to gain an overview of dispute resolution.
This introductory course is about knowledge acquisition and does involve a number of presentations to convey the content. It is nevertheless interactive and uses examples, case scenarios and discussions to engage delegates with the content.
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