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October, 2001
Len Bunton

I decided to give my Interview Spot a rest this month and instead have put together a Comments Section. We have had some very interesting responses and I am grateful to contributors and commentators from across the UK who kindly agreed to give a response to the many and varied issues raised by Society Members. So here goes……………..

Delia Dumerasq (Atkin Chambers) responds to the Editor’s interview with Lindy Patterson

August, 2001
Len Bunton

When I started to put together this Newsletter No 8 I thought I would be struggling for copy BUT you will see there is plenty to read!

Has the summer brought a lull in Adjudication activities? Talking to our Regional Convenors the answer seems to be both yes and no! Even adjudicators, it appears, need a long summer rest to charge up their batteries for the arrival of winter and more disputes. However activities round the regions are good with all convenors reporting on a varied and interesting programme of meetings scheduled over the next few months.

August, 2001
Len Bunton

This month’s guest on the spot is Scottish Solicitor, Lindy Patterson, Head of the Construction Unit in Macroberts, Solicitors. Lindy has been heavily involved in construction disputes and her firm has acted for adjudicators and for parties in many adjudications.

July, 2001
Len Bunton

My first guest is Guy Cottam, who I don’t think he needs too much of an introduction, one of the construction/engineering industries most experienced dispute resolution practitioners:

LB – Guy, we had a flood of legal decisions in the first few years but recently these seem to be less and less, why is that?

July, 2001
Len Bunton

In my role as editor of the Adjudication Society Newsletter I am keen to encourage our members to contribute regularly to a dialogue on many issues relating to the adjudication process. Over the past three years we have seen a significant number of court decisions, a few text books, plenty of legal opinion, plenty of statistics, but little exchange of views amongst the adjudication fraternity. Frankly we need more front-end input from you adjudicators out there.

July, 2001
Len Bunton

John Redmond of Osborne Clark, Solicitors, has produced an excellent guide "Adjudication in Construction Contracts".

July, 2001
Len Bunton

Periodically we will review recent text books on adjudication and other related dispute resolution strategies. In this issue I am pleased to provide a short review of the latest addition to the books on adjudication. John Redmond of Osborne Clark, Solicitors, has produced an excellent guide Adjudication in Construction Contracts.

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