News Archive

24 November, 2009

The latest newsletter is now available from our newsletters page. It is only available to members of the Society.

9 November, 2009

I am very pleased to confirm the appointment of Professor Phillip Capper as the Adjudication Society’s Honorary President. He has just accepted the appointment, which will last a period of three years.

6 November, 2009

Following debate as to the direction of our Society at the 2008 AGM, a wide-ranging on line survey was issued to all members to obtain feedback. Thank you to all those members who took valuable time from busy schedules to complete the survey.

29 October, 2009

International Conference on Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, November 25-26. Full details in this flyer.

15 July, 2009

A Summary Report of the Final Results of a research project conducted by The Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, King’s College London and The Technology and Construction Court, is now available for download.

9 June, 2009

RICS Dispute Resolution Services are working in collaboration with BPP Professional Department tutors to deliver a high quality training course. Full details in this flyer.

1 February, 2009
On 13 November 2008 we gathered together at our annual conference.
24 January, 2009

Society Chairman Nicholas Gould has a message for members.

1 November, 2008

David Richbell’s “Mediation of Construction Disputes”, is an excellent, practical and up-to- date guide to mediation in the construction industry.

4 May, 2008

The Construction Dispute Resolution in Glasgow needs help with a survey on trends in adjudication.

10 October, 2007

The First Revision of the Second Edition of the Technology and Construction Court Guide came into effect on October 1st. The Explanatory Note on page 2 summarises the changes that have been made. Download the Guide

1 March, 2007

On the 22nd February, the London Region assembled a top class panel from the world of adjudication for our “Myths and Legends of Adjudication” event.

10 June, 2004

The above meeting took place as planned and was attended by approximately 25 people. The make of the audience comprising representative of the main ANB’s, adjudicators, adjudication users such as contractors, solicitors/barristers, quantity surveyors and claim consultants.

1 June, 2004

As Adjudication continues to flourish within the UK it is noticeable that other countries such as Australia and New Zealand have also introduced Adjudication as a means of dispute resolution.

1 June, 2004

Following discussion about the success of adjudication within the construction industry the Adjudication Society are undertaking an examination of the extent that it would be appropriate to expand the use of this process of dispute resolution into other industries in a similar manner to Arbitration.