Construction Adjudication in Africa

Construction Adjudication in Africa

At our Spotlight event in February 2021, Damian James joined Simon Kiriba of law firm, Bowmans and advocate, Johan Beyers for a look at the use of adjudication for resolving construction disputes in Africa. Could adjudication become the new normal way to resolve...
Spotlight on… Adjudication

Spotlight on… Adjudication

Webinar examining the role and rise of adjudication in Africa Damian James and two of Africa’s leading construction lawyers examine adjudication across the continent. The team look at the history of adjudication and how different jurisdictions treat the process....
Adjudication in Africa & Dohne Construction v UNKI Mines

Bias in Expert Evidence

In forensic science, subjective judgments tend to play a role in how experts analyse and interpret impressionistic or abstract theoretical conclusions. Bias, or the perception of bias may become a challenge for experts in some circumstances. As the Expert Institute...
Extracting The Entitlement

Extracting The Entitlement

The Brief If you find yourself involved in a dispute regarding the time aspects of your project, you may find that the appointment of a delay expert is an essential consideration. Delay analysis is arguably a difficult subject to deal with and one that is often...
Quantum Jump

Quantum Jump

THE BEST METHODS AND APPROACH FOR DETERMINING QUANTUM MATTERS ARE: The use of a sophisticated cost system that allows an audit trail of cause, effect, and entitlement. In the absence of a sophisticated system, the use of the records available should be the next...
How do I choose the right arbitrator?

How do I choose the right arbitrator?

The Arbitration Foundation of South Africa’s international arbitration rules were released for public consultation on 1st July 2020. These new rules suggest that the choice of arbitration rules may increase. Parties to a dispute will have extended choices beyond those...