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Proving your EOT claim

This seminar will review the legal obligations in relation to commencement, completion, extensions of time, proving delay and delay damages.

Date:
Tue 24 Apr 2018
Time:
06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
Venue:
RICS, Office B303, The Design House, Al Sufouh Gardens, Dubai, UAE
From
AED60 + VAT

Overview

Contractual obligations are considered as well as acts of prevention and typical extension of time mechanisms in the standard form contracts. Some key time related issues are also reviewed, including partial and sectional completion, notices and conditions precedent, global claims, float, disruption and assessing extensions of time.

Analysis of delay to projects emphasising the objectives of delay analysis and then, a review of the various delay analysis methods from that perspective, and the interface with the quantification of delay costs. Review of typical physical progress records for the works that impact on delay analysis.

Learning outcomes

Following the seminar, delegates should be able to:

  • Understand the basic legal obligations in relation to commencement, completion, extensions of time and delay or liquidated damages. Appreciate the impact of acts of prevention and typical extension of time mechanisms in the standard form contracts.
  • Understand the difference between partial and sectional completion, notices and conditions precedent.
  • Have a basic understanding of global claims, float, disruption and
  • Be able to distinguish various key methods for assessing extensions of time.

Meet the speaker

Nicholas Gould is a Partner in the specialist construction, engineering and energy lawyers Fenwick Elliott LLP, where he conducts a mix of international dispute resolution and non-contentious work. He is a solicitor-advocate, chartered surveyor, accredited adjudicator and CEDR Chambers lead mediator. He acts for contractors, employers and governments in the building, construction, engineering, infrastructure, transport, energy, oil and gas, and process engineering sectors.


Nicholas is a Vice President of the ICC’s Arbitration Commission and Visiting Professor at King’s College London, and past Chairman of the Society of Construction Law.

Agenda

18:00 – 18:30     Coffee, networking & registration
18:30 – 18:35     Introduction of the speaker and RICS updates
18:35 – 19:30     Speaker Presentation
19:30 – 20:00     Q&A

Please note:

  • Do not send payment via bank transfer as this form of payment is no longer accepted for CPD events.
  • We are unable to reserve a place at this event unless payment is made.
  • The presentation will start promptly at 18:30. If you have not checked in by this time (18:30), you will not be able to claim your 1.5 CPD hours.
  • Just a gentle reminder that your recorded CPD hours are monitored by our Regulation team and you are unable to claim Formal CPD hours if you did not attend the event.
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