This CPD seminar will cover the following:
On construction projects, many of the same issues (such as extensions of time, claims for loss and expense, variations, defects and termination) come up for consideration and debate time and time again.
The aim of this session is to equip the audience with a working understanding of these issues by reference to key provisions in Hong Kong standard form construction contracts and utilising interactive case studies.
Glenn Haley is a partner with over 35 years’ experience in contentious and non-contentious aspects of major projects within the infrastructure and construction and engineering sectors. He is considered one of Hong Kong's pre-eminent practitioners in this field and is recognised as a leading construction law practitioner by Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers, Asia Pacific Legal 500, Chambers Asia and AsiaLaw.
Glenn has been involved in most if not all of the large infrastructure projects constructed in Hong Kong in the past 30 years. He has extensive experience in handling and successfully resolving numerous disputes using all forms of dispute resolution processes, including litigation, arbitration, adjudication, mediation and amicable negotiation, and is a Chartered Arbitrator (CIArb). He has represented government and semi-government bodies in the implementation of numerous large-scale infrastructure developments, including airports, rail projects, bridges, roads, tunnels, power generation projects and commercial structures.
Glenn has lived and worked in Hong Kong for the past 30 years, handling matters throughout the Asia Pacific region. He is recognised in Band 1 of Chambers for Construction: China.
Carolina Carlstedt graduated with an M.Sci in Chemistry from University College London, following which she completed her Bachelor of Laws. In 2011, she joined BCLP’s Contentious Construction team in London, where she trained. She transferred to BCLP’s Hong Kong office in 2016.
Carolina specialises in construction and engineering claims and disputes. She has experience of complex international arbitration and highly technical construction disputes across a number of sectors (including energy, infrastructure, commercial property, transport and utilities). She advises clients on specific issues including claims relating to defects, delay, design, payment and final account settlement, insolvency and termination.
CPD: 1.5 hours
How to Book
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35 places are available on a first-come first-served basis.
HK$ 120 for CABE members, HK$ 150 for non-members.
Priority will be given to CABE members.
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