To be held at the office of Wilkes Partnership in Birmingham
Places limited to 30 on a first come first served basis
More details to follow
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Tony Bingham will present "Let's have a chat about adjudication".
The meeting will be chaired by Tom Deacons.
Venue - Allen & Overy, One New Change, London EC4M 9QQ
(This replaces the Mock Adjudication which was to be held on the same day. The Mock Adjudication will now be held later in the year. Details will appear on the Website in due course.)
Current issues in adjudication
Speaker - The Lord Clark
Venue - the offices of Macroberts Solicitors, in Edinburgh
Innovation and Change in Construction Law
The extent of changes over the last decade is well documented in sector reports such as Latham and Egan. This need for innovation and change has been supported through various forums by the move towards less adversarial relationships and the developments of alternative contractual and dispute resolution approaches.
Some of the leading figures in the industry will provide a helpful review of recent developments in construction law, identifying trends and how they might develop in the future.
Speakers - Professor HH Judge Humphrey Lloyd QC, Paul Darling QC, Fiona Hammond, Peter Hibberd
Venue - Cedar Court Hotel, Wakefield (Junction 39, M1)
Further information and full programme details on the SCL website
How can we improve adjudication?
The talk will look at the adjudication system in the UK and compare it with other
dispute resolution procedures such as the Dispute Resolution Board's prevalent on
major international projects. Is there anything we can learn from these alternatives?
We will also look at interaction between adjudication and mediation, considering the
issues to be aware of when considering mediation and adjudication.
Speaker: Dr Robert Gaitskill QC - Keating Chambers
Are there any common themes developing from the Court of Appeal approach to adjudication?
The talk will consider the reported judgements of the Court of Appeal and consider if
there are any themes that the Court of Appeal are developing in their interpretation of
the Construction Act.
Speaker: John Redmond
5:30 - 5:45 Coffee and Registration
5:45 - 6:15 John Redmond - "Are there any common themes developing from the
Court of Appeal approach to adjudication?"
6:15 - 6:40 Dr Robert Gaitskill QC - "How can we improve adjudication?"
6:50 - 7:00 Questions and Answers
7:00 - 7:15 Wines and Canapés
Venue: Osborne Clarke, 2 Temple Back East, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6EG
Michael Black QC will give an update to the Society on recent developments in adjudication. Michael is a well known and respected silk, and the discussion promises to be informative and interesting. The meeting will take place at Hammonds, Trinity Court, 16 John Dalton Street, Manchester, M60 8HS. Contact Simon Whitfield on 0870 839 0000.
'Adjudication - is it time to give the 5 year old brat a thick ear?'
Speaker - Tony Bingham
Venue - Brunswick Lecture Theatre, Leeds Metropolitan University
Mock adjudication led by Chris Dancaster
To be held at the Birmingham and Midland Institute at Margaret Street, Birmingham B3 3BS
A joint meeting with the Institution of Civil Engineers
Janey Milligan of the Department of Building and Surveying at the Glasgow Caledonian University will be speaking on the University's Adjudication Reporting Centre's November 2003 Report
The meeting will take place at 1800 hours prompt at the offices of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, 20 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1HS (Please use the Tudor Street/Bouverie Street entrance)
Joint technical meeting with CIOB. Mock Adjudication.