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New papers have been added to the SCL International website

Monday 13 May 2019

Several new papers have been added to the SCL International website in recent weeks.

  • Securing Payment and Adjudicating Under a ‘Hybrid’ Contract, by Rachel Gwilliam
  • To what Extent can the Contract Control its own Interpretative Method?, by Omar Jassam
  • Microwaving Jesus’s Burrito: The Problem of No Oral Modification Clauses, by Anirudh Mandagere
  • Six Month Arbitration Under the ICC Rules, Instead of Dispute Boards? - The UAE Model, by Rupert Choat
  • The Prevention Principle After North Midland v Cyden Homes: Time for Change?, by Max Twivy
  • The HSE Legal Framework for Incidents on Site in Qatar, by Emma Higham & Dinah Zhang
  • When the Walls Come Tumbling Down: Fraud in Adjudication, Arbitration and Mediation, by Matthew Molloy
  • UAE Federal Arbitration Law, by Heather Nevin
  • Claims for defective works, by David Hume
  • Entitlement to Time-Related Costs in Prolongation Claims – What Needs to be Considered?, by Christopher Ennis

You can access these at https://www.sclinternational.org/members/papers and will need to be logged in first.

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