FIDIC Claims 18-21 April 2023 - Online Course - A practical guide to defending and making claims under the FIDIC Contracts
Event Date and Time
Date: 18, 19, 20 and 21 April 2023
Time: 8.30am-12.30pm BST
What delegates will learn
- How to effectively defend and make claims under the FIDIC Contracts
The International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) has, over the years, issued a number of standard documents for use on construction projects. The contracts which are currently in most common use around the world are: The Conditions of Contract for Construction (The Red Book); The Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build (The Yellow Book); The Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects (The Silver Book).
This training course has been designed to be highly practical and includes active participation in online break-out groups and discussion sessions.
Delegates who complete this course will receive a certificate from a FIDIC Certified Trainer.
The course will be conducted online.
Attendees should ensure they have a copy of the Yellow or Red 2017 Book in advance of participating in the course. FIDIC Contracts Books should be ordered directly from the FIDIC Bookshop at www.FIDIC.org/bookshop
Edward Corbett is the Managing Director of Corbett & Co. and is acknowledged as one of the world’s most experienced international construction lawyers with an unsurpassed reputation as a FIDIC expert. He has lectured extensively on construction law, particularly FIDIC’s standard forms of contract, and is a FIDIC Certified Trainer.
His expertise is recognised with his ranking in Chambers & Partners UK 2022 – Construction: International Arbitration UK-wide, and he has been recommended in the Legal 500 UK 2022, 2021, 2020 and 2019 Editions for Construction (Contentious).
Edward has worked exclusively in construction law since 1984 and his experience includes contract drafting and procurement strategy as well as Dispute Boards, ICC arbitration, litigation and ADR. He has worked for contractors as well as for employers, funders and consultants. He regularly advises some of the world’s major employers and contractors and his current caseload involves projects in Europe, Africa, South Asia and the Middle East.
Edward is the author of FIDIC 4th – A Practical Legal Guide and a contributor to FIDIC 2017 – A Practical Legal Guide. He has written many articles and papers dealing with aspects of international construction contracts. He has experience as an arbitrator and adjudicator on both UK and international disputes and is an accredited mediator. He is a FIDIC Certified Adjudicator.
Edward was named Global Elite Thought Leader by Who’s Who Legal 2019 and described as “a heavyweight in the international construction field and the top name in Europe according to our research this year”. Sources say he is “the star player in the UK market”, with “knowledge that is next to none”.
Who should attend?
This seminar will be of great interest to all those actively involved in international projects, including representatives from Consulting Engineers, Contractors, Funding Agencies, Employers, Insurers, Manufacturing Organisations as well as representatives from the Legal and other Consulting Professions.
Price £750.00 for the first attendee. £650 for additional delegates from the same organisation.