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Podcasts & webinars

The following podcasts have been recorded in order to provide members with new content during the COVID-19 outbreak. We hope that you find them informative, and the Society’s thanks go all of the speakers for their contributions.

Lindy Paterson QC, Marion Smith QC, Peter Collie, David Brown, Stephen Proctor and Paul Battrick
A roundtable discussion, concluding with an audience vote.
Michael McParland QC and Hannah McCarthy
A webinar discussing the impact of Brexit on the regulation of cross border litigation and disputes between the UK and the EU
James Turner (O'Reilly Stewart, Belfast), Graham O'Doherty (Maples, Dublin), Jennie Gillies ( 4 Pump Court) & William Rowley, Driver Trett
A webinar
Her Honour Frances Kirkham CBE, Neil Kitchener QC, Caroline Pope and Jonathan Cope
A panel debate on the Supreme Court’s long awaited judgment in Halliburton v Chubb, and what it really means for construction adjudication and arbitration.
Riaz Hussain QC
Discussion of the case law surrounding the enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions in favour of insolvent parties and consideration of the security that the court will require to allow enforcement to proceed.
Graeme Sampson, James O’Donoghue, Damien Keogh and James Turner
Orla Fitz Gerald (from Sense Studio, London) moderated the final webinar of the 2020 Irish Society of Construction Law.
Mark Beer, Bruno Herbots and Bianca Kremer
A panel discussion moderated by Susan Ahern B.L, Law Library, Dublin.
Matthew Denney, Darren Lehane SC and Anna Rowan
The third of the five Irish conference webinars looked at the issue of third party funding in construction disputes.
Karen Killoran, Alan Brady BL, Leon Major and Conor Ahern
Sadabh Ni Fhloinn BL, (Bar of Ireland), moderated the second webinar of the 2020 Ireland conference.
Sir Rupert Jackson
Following the recent publication of his book, “The Roman Occupation of Britain and its Legacy”, Sir Rupert takes a light-hearted, yet fascinating, look at one of the Roman Empire’s greatest engineering feats, Hadrian’s wall.