Mike Shanlever will be speaking on this webinar sponsored by the Society of Construction Law North America Section.
The successful representation of parties to a capital project dispute requires a large team of legal, technical, delay, and quantum professionals, often creating a tangled web of interdisciplinary expertise and a lack of clear boundaries as disputes evolve over time and needs shift. It is not uncommon in modern construction disputes to have teams of attorneys, in various time zones, working alongside teams of appointed subject-matter experts covering a multitude of disciplines.
As part of this seminar, attendees will hear the panel draw from their experience, referencing several case studies involving large construction projects at the center of disputes resolved through international arbitration (under the rules of well-known arbitral institutions, including AAA, ICC, LCIA, and SIAC). Through the lens of these case studies, recommendations are provided for how attorneys should best pursue the optimal balance of cost and efficacy when assembling large and diverse volumes of expert work product, maintaining their independence and duty to the arbitral tribunal while also facilitating a proper level of coordination and alignment with legal strategy.
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