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Use the links below to watch individual sessions from the Alternative Dispute Resolution workshop:
ICE’s Alternative Dispute Resolution workshop is the definitive event for those working as construction dispute resolvers.
At the 2016 delegates will hear tips from the bench, what’s new in law for the adjudicator and an update from the Institution of Civil Engineers Dispute Resolution Service.
As in previous years the workshop will also offer you the opportunity to attend two highly focused and learning based sessions, allowing you to tailor make your day to best suit you and your practice’s needs.
Delegates will choose two from these workshops:
This workshop will cover: issuing clear directions; amending directions; dealing with requests for extra time; dealing with late submissions; dealing with hearings; what to do if only one party wants a hearing; do you need a Reply / Rejoinder; extending the time period; how to weigh evidence; how to get more time for yourself.
This workshop will examine the essential content of adjudicator’s decision, the requirement for reasons, style and best practice with brief reference to case law but drawing on the views of delegates.
The workshop will show how the use of Dispute Boards can help Parties avoid disputes with some practical examples, and time for discussion as to how they can be used more in the UK, adding value, not cost.
You should attend this event if you:
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