This book takes a balanced and pragmatic approach in trying to fill the gap of practical information on implementing partnering in the construction industry. The book begins by considering the nature of partnering in the construction industry and what distinguishes it from other approaches. Importantly, it evaluates partnering in terms of both advantages and disadvantages. After a section on what partnering is, the bulk of the book explores the central issue of how partnering may be implemented and the potential implications.
ISBN 9781859785348 (978-1-85978-534-8) Informa UK Ltd, 2000
Arbitration Forms and Precedents brings together all documentation required for the conduct of commercial arbitration in commercial disciplines, including construction, commodities and maritime arbitration. It contains working examples of all documentation required for the conduct of commercial arbitration, such as standard arbitration contracts, clauses, precedents, notices and model letters/forms in use.
Updated with over 400 new cases, the book provides practical advice, detailed case references, and invaluable insight based on the authors’ many years of experience. Alphabetically arranged from appointments to witnesses, the book covers every stage of an arbitration examining the problems encountered on a day-to-day basis by professional advisers, arbitrators, witnesses and parties. Each problem is listed with the facts of relevant cases, questions rising and a suggested course of action, making this an essential work of reference for all those involved in arbitration.
This guide summarises the relevant parts of the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA) and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). It also considers the impact that legislation will have on all forms of construction law and practice generally.
Julian Critchlow , James Barrow, James Barlow
ISBN 9781902375397 (978-1-902375-39-7), Chandos Publishing Oxford Ltd, 2000