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Feb22

The UK Adjudicators 2021 Edinburgh Adjudication & Arbitration Conference

The UK Adjudicators 2021 Edinburgh Adjudication & Arbitration Conference

UK ADJUDICATORS 2021 CONFERENCE

The UK Adjudicators 2021 Edinburgh Adjudication & Arbitration Conference takes place online on 5 March 2021, and I am pleased to be involved in this event on the on the “Diversity in ADR” panel.

The UK Adjudicators 2021 London Adjudication & Arbitration Conference will be discussing adjudication and arbitration in relation to the United Kingdom and International construction and engineering industries.

https://www.linkedin.com/events/ukadjudicators2021londonadjudic6763313411502809088/

Program:

  • Diversity in ADR 10.00-11.00
  • An expert’s duties 11.00-12.00
  • Tribunal disclosure obligations 12.00-13.00
  • Remote examination of witnesses and experts 13.30-15.00
  • Conflict Avoidance Panels (CAP) 15.00-15.30

This event is free to attend. Register via zoom here:https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkcuioqT4sGNdL4HrVu9Z4FsvDFONmjGKm or find further details on the eventbrite website.

UK Adjudicators are an adjudicator nominating body for the construction and engineering industries. The UK Adjudicators nominated adjudicators can be appointed to resolve disputes in the United Kingdom or internationally.

Adjudicator Nominating Body (ukadjudicators.co.uk)

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