Keating Construction Dispute Resolution Handbook, Third edition
Date: 29 November 2016
Keating Construction Dispute Resolution Handbook is a comprehensive, concise and practical guide dealing with construction disputes, at all stages. Noted for its easy-to-read style, it uses principles that are applicable internationally. It is an essential and informative read for students and professionals working across a range of sectors, including construction and engineering, energy and natural resources, as well infrastructure and utilities.
The work is particularly notable for having been written by a team of dual-qualified barristers and professional engineers, including Keating Chambers’ Robert Gaitskell QC, Robert Evans, Jonathan Lee, Paul Buckingham, Krista Lee, Richard Coplin, Gaynor Chambers, Samuel Townend. It clearly explains all seven forms of construction dispute resolution: arbitration, adjudication, litigation, mediation, dispute boards, expert determination and early neutral evaluation. It also describes additional hybrid processes for international disputes, compares the different types of procedure, and offers a range of practical help and guidance on selecting the right methods and best strategy for the satisfactory resolution of disputes, thus minimising time and costs.
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