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Issue 24, 2018

This edition features articles on UAE Bonds: calling on a Bond or Performance Guarantee in the UAE, service of Arbitration Notices, the new DIAC Rules, how FIDIC deals with time and the LCIA's publication of its arbitrator challenge decisions.

The links to these articles are below

Some thoughts on how the 2017 FIDIC contract deals with time

UAE Bonds: calling on a Bond or Performance Guarantee in the UAE

Service of Arbitration Notices

The New DIAC Rules - one more positive step forward!

The LCIA’s publication of its arbitrator challenge decisions

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Issue 22, 2017

In this edition we continue our review of the proposed changes to the FIDIC form of Contract, including the role of the engineer, contractor indemnities and Part 2 of our article on the proposed new dispute resolution procedures. We also look at the new NEC4 contract and explore some of the changes introduced by the recently released 2nd Edition of the SCL Delay and Disruption Protocol.

The links to these articles are below

The SCL Delay and Disruption Protocol: a second edition

FIDIC Second Edition – Proposed New Clause 17. Why are Contractors Concerned?

Changes to the Role of the Engineer under Clause 3 in the Proposed New FIDIC Yellow Book

The new FIDIC Yellow Book dispute resolution procedure: Part 2 – are Dispute Adjudication Boards worthwhile? Benefits, problems and comments on FIDIC’s security of payment regime

Introducing NEC4

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Issue 21, 2017

In this edition we discuss how the proposed new edition of the FIDIC Rainbow Suite deals with claims and disputes. We also look at BIM as well as commenting on two recent developments which may affect the conduct of arbitration in the UAE and the revised ICC Rules of Arbitration which came into force on 1 March 2017.

The links to these articles are below

FIDIC and BIM

ICC revised Rules of Arbitration

Changes to the Claims provision in the proposed second edition of the Yellow Book

The new FIDIC Yellow Book dispute resolution procedure: Part 1 - the proposed new dispute resolution mechanism

DIFC: Severe Restriction for DIFC Enforcement

What might changes to the UAE penal code mean for arbitrators and expert witnesses?

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