A useful 2-part series dealing with expert evidence from the team at PwC China/Hong Kong.Continue Reading
The English CA overturns the first instance judgment, holding that there was no fiduciary relationship between a construction expert and their client.Continue Reading
The English High Court continues an interim injunction to restrain the defendants from acting as experts by reason of the defendants having acted for the claimant in a separate arbitration relating to the same project.
The English High Court confirms the default position of requiring disclosure of a first expert’s report or draft report where a party seeks to change experts without good explanation.
The English Court refuses to set aside and remit an award stating that s.68 is concerned solely with due process and represents an exhaustive list of what constitutes “serious irregularity” under the Act.
The CIArb guidelines for witness conferencing offer practical guidance for use by parties, arbitrators and experts in the preparation for and presentation of evidence by witnesses in conference.Continue Reading
Norton Rose Fulbright’s May 2019 IA Report focusses on arbitration in the construction industry. The …Continue Reading
Stephenson Harwood provides an outline of the 2019 English Court of Appeal decision in BNP …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills provide some comments on the Note released by the LCIA in relation …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons review the use of economic experts in energy disputes. The authors …Continue Reading