30+ multijurisdictional speakers joined us in 2022:
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE AND ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION LAW CONFERENCE YOU WILL ATTEND THIS YEAR - MEET FACE TO FACE IN LONDON
Face to face format for 2022: benefit from two days of live, in-person training and networking on the key legal issues currently challenging construction professionals. Plus, connect with your peers at a drinks reception with panoramic views of London over the Thames.
View recordings on-demand: continue your learning experience and take full advantage of our brand new and exclusive streaming service, Streamly, where you can watch all sessions post-summit for a whole year.
For All Construction Professionals
- Employers, Contractors & Subcontractors
- Consulting Engineers
- Supply Chain & Procurement
- Project Managers
Hear from All Key Stakeholders
- Multilateral Development Banks
- Construction Solicitors & Barristers
- Litigation Funders
- Expert Witnesses
- Arbitrators & Adjudicators
360 Coverage Over Two Days
- Panel Discussions
- On-Demand Content
2022 highlights included:
Latest Case Law and Developments Impacting the Industry
Hear a round-up of the latest case law and other developments with global or regional significance, including disputes & arbitration, damages, claims & notices, legislation for mandatory adjudication, anti-corruption and other salient developments.
Post-Covid Legal Requirements and Other Approaches
Providing a comparative analysis of COVID-19 responses by different jurisdictions with reference to parties negotiated, pandemic related laws and guidelines, impacts on disputes and negotiating amicable agreements to reduce the risks.
Risk Determining Factors of Different Construction Contracts
Compare conventional contract models with partnering agreements, influence on project risks, identify deviations in different project stages, and cover the views of clients, contractors, planners and other stakeholders.
Tools and Techniques in Construction Arbitration
Providing a comprehensive overview of effective management of arbitrations, expedited arbitration rules, role of the emergency arbitrator, ICC rules and guidelines and UNCITRAL, LCIA and CIArb updates being affected in 2022.
Recovering and Negotiating Consequential Damages
This session will go over the different types of damages (direct and consequential) and the requirements for recovering, negotiating, and drafting waivers, ensuring more waivers are not issued than intended and developing exceptions.
Safety, Sustainability and Ethics in Construction
This session will bring together key stakeholders collaborating on the new industry standard in environmental health and safety, on-site safety and security, prevention of forced labour, gender discrimination and exploitation and how this is built into contracts.