A paper based on a talk given to the conference 'Delivering Infrastructure:
International Best Practice' organised by the Society of Construction
Law, Centre of Construction Law at King's College London, European
Society for Construction Law and Society of Construction Arbitrators and
held in London on 12th July 2002.
Teresa Giovannini considers when and how arbitration may arise under
the FIDIC contracts. She then looks at the Final eport on Construction
Industry Arbitrations published by the ICC Construction Arbitration Section
in 2001, in particular the .following topics: selection of arbitrators,
terms of reference, schedules, tests, programmes and critical path networks,
splitting a case, witnesses, experts and the hearing.
Arbitration: when? - Arbitration: how? - Final eport on
Construction Industry Arbitrations - Conclusion.
The author: Teresa Giovannini is a partner of Lalive & Partners in
Geneva, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a member
of the London Court of International Arbitration and the International
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