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BCDR International Arbitration Review


July 2017 - Volume 4 Issue 1

Construction Arbitration in the Middle East

Note from the General Editor

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Articles

 

The Unique World of Construction Arbitration: A Middle East Perspective
Richard Harding QC

3

The Use of Experts in Construction Arbitration in the Middle East
Thomas R. Snieder & Laura Adams

11

Pleadings or Memorials: Which Are More Appropriate for Construction Arbitrations?
Michael Grose & Kristian Cywicki

43

Construction Arbitration and Standard Forms of Contract in the Middle East: National Culture and Its
Impact on Perception and Practice

Aisha Nadar

53

Specialist Techniques for Construction Dispute Resolution: How Many Ways Can the Cat Be Skinned?     
Michael Patchett-Joyce

73

Liquidated Damages for Delay in the Middle East: Not Etched in Stone
Joseph Chedrawe

99

Winning Construction Arbitration in the Gulf: Some Strategic Considerations
Adrian Cole

113

Legal Rules Commonly Applied to Contract Breaches in Construction Arbitrations in Egypt and the
United Arab Emirates

Ahmed Fathi Waly

135

The Law on Global Claims: An Area Ripe for Development in Egypt and the United Arab
Emirates

Erin Miller Rankin & Bryan Dayton

153

Tackling Global Construction Claims in the Middle East
Aarta Alkarimi & Victor P. Leginsky

171

Disclosure of Documents in Construction and Engineering Arbitrations: Theory, Practice
and Strategy

Richard Davies

175

Resolving Construction Disputes in Times of Crisis: The Theory of Exceptional Circumstances
Ziad Obeid

195

Variations and the Resolution of Disputes under the FIDIC Red Books
Samantha Kesley, Christopher Edwards & Philip Punwar

207

The Confluence of Civil and Common Law (and the Influence of the Shari’a) in Middle East
Construction Arbitrations

Tim Taylor QC

217