GAR Live: Dubai 2023

We are delighted to be supporting GAR Live: Dubai 2023 taking place on 15 November 2023 at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre. Bringing together leading names in arbitration, join GAR for the opportunity to explore the latest arbitration trends and networking opportunities throughout.

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This interactive conference will bring together practitioners from across Dubai and further afield including arbitrators, private practice lawyers, funders, expert witnesses, senior general counsel, and more, to debate and analyse the latest major developments in arbitration.


EVENT ALERT | INDIA ARBITRATION WEEK 2023 “IMPORTANT ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION LAW – INDIAN PERSPECTIVE” Event during India Arbitration Week 2023 by Mumbai Centre For International Arbitration.

Panelist: Dr. Kanika Arora, MRP Advisory
Puran Kumar, Larsen & Toubro
Steven Y. H. Lim, 39 Essex Chambers
Vinodkumar Menon, IRB Infrastructure
Mayank Singh Thakur, MASIN

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Venue: Four Seasons, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra Date: 10 October 2023 Time: 1400 – 16:00

Our Partner Rishabh Jogani was part of a recent panel discussion at GAR Live- Mumbai.

17th Jul 2023

The Panel discussed the UK Supreme Court’s decision in Halliburton v. Chubb, and its ramifications re: disclosure. The panel discussed the relevance of the decision in the Indian Context and in general its applicability to international arbitration.

The Panel also included: Nakul Dewan SA (Barrister – Twenty Essex), Naira Jejeebhoy (Counsel – Mumbai), Constantine Partasides KC (Partner – Three Crowns), Hitesh Jain (Managing Partner – Parinam Law) & Trinath Tadakamalla (Partner – Solaris Legal).

Construction Claims under DIFC Law – Changes post the decision in MESC v Panther.

22th Jun 2023

Eminent Panelists discussed the recent DIFC Judgement of MESC v Panther and the issues that affect all construction stakeholders in the Middle East.

The panelists discussed various topics from the Court of First Instance and the Court of Appeal including but not limited to

  • The Court of Appeal’s rejection of the contapreferentum rule.
  • The Court of Appeal’s rejection of the analysis in obrascon of when time starts to run in respect of the 28/42 day notice periods.
  • The Court of First Instance’s decision on Panther’s termination of the contract.
  • The Court of Appeal’s rejection of the principles in Gaymark.
  • The Court of Appeal’s rejection of the principles in Gaymark.
  • The Courts’ interpretation of final and binding if an engineer’s determination is not challenged within the contractually required notice period and its impact on DIFC Law of Limitation.
  • The Appeal Judgement’s wider impact on jurisdictions outside of DIFC.

Past Events

Concurrent Delays in Construction Projects and Indian Law

01st April 2022

Construction Claims in the Common Concerns

23rd February 2021 

Construction Claims in the UAE: Common Concerns

2nd February 2021 

Dossier Construction awards & summit 2021

6th December 2021

SCL-India International Virtual Conference 2021 on Construction Law and Arbitration: The Way Forward

10-12th December 2021

Chambers Webinar: Construction Disputes under Omani Law with Masin

26th April 2021 // Watch Here

Termination/Bank Guarantee Encashment in Construction contract

15th July 2021 // Watch Here

Symposium on Construction Disputes/Arbitration

5th July 2021 // Watch Here

Symposium on Construction Disputes/Arbitration

6th July 2021 // Watch Here