Articles in the 2011/March Newsletter

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In the quest for routes to resist enforcement of an Adjudicator's decision, parties often turn to the issue of bias of the Adjudicator as a potential ground.
The Court of Appeal decision in In re Medicaments and Related Classes of Goods (No 2) (2001) establ
The theme of this newsletter could be Adjudicators behave!
A complaint that sometimes arises is that the adjudicator has failed to consider a party’s evidence.
It is easy to view adjudication as a quick and easy way to get money.
This is a short note on things across the Irish Sea for those not aware.

Hearings or meeting are an integral part of almost all dispute resolution processes, particularly where evidence is to be given orally and tested by cross examination or questioning.