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Rebuilding the Court as a Bastion of Dispute Resolution

Friday 17 Aug 2018

This paper explores the topic 'trends in international construction dispute resolution'. It proposes that the present times of constitutional fragility in various regions of the world and the associated focus on national judiciaries are likely to have a noticeable impact on the dispute resolution landscape of the future. Construction industry professionals and legal practitioners generally should be mindful of these developments.   

Author: 
Nick Rudge and Rami Marginean
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