The conference will highlight the role engineers can play in multi-tier dispute resolution procedures (litigation, arbitration, adjudication and mediation). The following early identification methods will be highlighted: Conflict Avoidance Panels (CAP), Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE), project based Dispute Board (DB) and Evaluative Mediation. Finally, the ICC Dispute Board Rules will be explained with a focus on the role of engineers.
The ICC-FIDIC Conference on International Construction Contracts & Dispute Resolution is only a few weeks away. Paul Battrick of Driver Trett, a sponsor of the event, takes a look back through the years of progress that have been accomplished in the world of dispute resolution and the involvement of experts in his guest column for the International Chamber of [...]
The University of New South Wales triumphs in final round of the 11th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition
After six days and 147 rigorous and fast-paced mock mediation sessions, the University of New South Wales’ Katherine Mackellar, Connor Taylor, Roshan Evans and Self Rumbewas have been crowned as the winners of the 11th ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition, which was held yesterday evening in Paris at the Maison du Barreau. The final capped [...]