This webinar will explore the landscape of adjudication practices, law and enforcement with a focus on current developments and its future as a speedy, cost-efficient dispute resolution procedure for construction and engineering claims. Our speakers will consider these topical issues from their perspectives as solicitor, adjudicator and barrister.
Cost(s): Attendance to this event is free of charge for CIArb members and non-members, but pre-registration is required.
Attendees can send through their questions in advance or during the webinar itself, which will be picked up live by our moderator.
Tricia is a partner in the construction and engineering team at Hill Dickinson. She has over 26 years’ experience as a lawyer. Registered as a solicitor in Scotland and England, Tricia specialises in contentious construction where her focus is on leading high value adjudications for specialist contractors. Tricia’s conflict resolution services include adjudication, expert determination, mediation and court proceedings.
Prior to specialising in construction, she was a commercial court litigator which was a very different environment from the rough and tumble of construction adjudication. Tricia will be sharing her experiences of adjudication from a solicitor/representative’s perspective and consider what changes might come in the future.
Kim is a recognised specialist international lawyer in the construction/engineering infrastructure sectors, focussing on major projects and the resolution of technically complex disputes in international arbitration, DAB and UK construction adjudication.
Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2016, with a reputation for sound strategic judgment and good case management, Kim has a flair for big, technically complex and document-heavy disputes, often involving project delay, PFI and FIDIC contracts. Kim will be speaking from the adjudicator’s perspective.
Ivor’s practice covers commercial, professional liability and insurance disputes, with a particular focus on construction professionals and lawyers. Ivor is a TECBAR-accredited Construction Adjudicator.
He was involved in development of the Professional Negligence Adjudication Scheme. Over the last 5 years he has been the most frequently-appointed Adjudicator under the Scheme and he is the lead trainer for its accredited adjudicators. Ivor will be addressing the topic from as a barrister and from enforcement perspective.
A chartered surveyor, adjudicator, arbitrator, mediator and claim expert, Emmanuel provides specialist services to the construction, engineering, infrastructure and energy sector.
He is a director at the commercial & dispute resolution practice, Fgerod & Fgerod, with many years of experience providing services in the UK, Africa and the Middle East. Emmanuel is a committee member of the London branch of the CIArb