What parties to long-term project contracts need to know about diputes (and avoiding them)

On Demand Webinar

Webinar hosted by Barton Legal, with HKA’s Sue Kim and Gordon Nardell QC.

Long-term contracts for major projects differ from “ordinary” construction contracts. They frequently involve government bodies as the ultimate employer, as well as a complex overlay of lender rights.  The contractor’s involvement typically continues long after the physical works are complete. The parties’ contractual rights and responsibilities outlive the original economic and political assumptions that brought them about, but the high lifetime value of the contract can make termination a costly option.

The webinar looks at some key problem areas – and practical solutions – for parties to long term project contracts, including how to notify, manage and quantify claims for breach, the role of lenders in contract disputes, and – when all else fails — the implications of early termination.

Gordon Nardell QC – Twenty Essex
Gordon specialises in international litigation and arbitration. He has a particular focus on claims by and against state bodies, especially in the areas of energy, infrastructure and utilities. Gordon is also known for his work in other sectors including regulated markets such as transport, public/private partnerships and financial services.

Sue Kim – Director, HKA
Sue is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor (UK-trained) and a qualified architectural engineer (South Korea-trained) with 20 years of experience in the engineering and construction industries. She has been appointed as quantum expert and has acted as an assistant to the named expert on multiple occasions.  Sue has been Called to the Bar of England and Wales by The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in November 2020.

Event Details
Date & Time
25 March 2021 11:00 - 12:00
Event Details
Date & Time
25 March 2021 11:00 - 12:00

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