|Place||:||Noble House 27th Floor, Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung, Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950|
|Start||:||14 March 2019|
|End||:||14 March 2019|
|Time||:||13:30 - 17:00 WIB|
Registration close on Thursday, 28 February 2019
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FACT: As skyscrapers erect, apartment buildings emerge and infrastructure materializes all around Indonesia and throughout ASEAN, APEC or OBOR countries, one symptom of progress is certain: construction disputes
When matters go wrong, a neutral dispute mechanism is important. In fact, most construction contracts now outline dispute resolution procedures involving mediation, adjudication, and arbitration or often a combination of all three. These impartial procedures, specifically international arbitration, are designed to protect foreign investors seeking to redress injury by providing an impartial, law-based approach to resolve construction contract disputes.
The seminar will provide both an insight and an appreciation of commercial arbitration and its role within the global construction legal landscape, especially within large and complex projects involving multiple foreign contractors.
If so, this seminar is ideal for you! At BIAMC, we merge practical, comprehensive curriculum with unparalleled instruction from top foreign and domestic construction arbitration experts currently working within a myriad of markets.
Ben Bury will share his knowledge in one-hour session titled Claims and Disputes under the New FIDIC Red and Yellow Books.
He is a Registered Foreign Lawyer in HFW’s Hong Kong office and a Partner in HFW’s Singapore office with more than 13 year-experience of assisting clients to resolve disputes arising out of complex and high value construction projects. Ben has been based in Asia since 2011 and has advised on disputes arising out of some of the largest and most significant projects in the region. This includes the construction of multi-billion dollar onshore and offshore oil and gas facilities, power plants, underground railways and tunneling projects, ports, roads, refineries, mines and processing plants, and reclamation works.
Andi Yusuf Kadir will have one-hour session titled Indonesian Case Laws on Delays and Liquidated Damages.
He is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners (HHP Law Firm). He has extensively represented multinational corporations and local companies in domestic and international arbitration, complex litigation proceedings, court-sanctioned debt restructuring processes (PKPU) and bankruptcy/ insolvency litigation. He is Indonesian member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris, co-chairman of the arbitration and ADR commission of ICC Indonesia, a committee member of Young Singapore International Arbitration Center and an arbitration on the SIAC Reserve Panel, who has been as an expert witness in arbitration proceedings, giving opinion on various contractual issues including illegality of contracts, quantum of damages and force majeure.