Making the Most of Marking Time: Managing Construction Disputes With the SCL Delay & Disruption Protocol By Philip Bambagiotti

Making the Most of Marking Time: Managing Construction Disputes With the SCL Delay & Disruption Protocol By Philip Bambagiotti

In October 2002, the Society of Construction Law in the UK published a statement, called the Delay & Disruption Protocol, which suggested both procedures to reduce, and ways to avoid, disputes emerging from delay and consequent associated costs (for delay, disruption, and for acceleration) which plague the construction industry.

Improving Service Delivery in International Arbitration By Philip Bambagiotti

Improving Service Delivery in International Arbitration By Philip Bambagiotti

International arbitration is a remarkable phenomenon, almost unprecedented in history (at least since there has been history).  The idea that individuals, corporations, and nations (and even individuals against nations) can resolve their disputes, even massive disputes, in a systematic and peaceful way, and in a way that can be enforced, by nothing other than inter-jurisdictional consensus, and without the threat of violence, economic power, or war, is quite incredible.