Construction Law International - March 2014


Construction Law International is the magazine of the IBA International Construction Projects Committee.

Launched in March 2006 and published quarterly, Construction Law International is a thought-provoking magazine with a balance of substantive and practical articles and news that anyone involved in the international construction industry will wish to receive.

In addition to feature articles, each issue includes latest updates from around the world, case updates and regular columns from experts across the globe. Construction Law International is sent to all members of the International Construction Projects Committee as part of their membership package. Back issues are available online.

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Bid protests in the United States
Steven GM Stein considers the rules that govern the bidding process

Reducing the cost of resolving construction disputes: using the Guided Choice
Paul M Laurie explores recent developments


ANI Standard Contract: a bankability approach
César Rodríguez, Julián Hurtado and Juan Martín Estrada discuss the provisions that impact on project bankability


The FIDIC 1999 (Yellow Book) Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design Build; Clause 20.1 responses
David Roberts assesses the risks and pitfalls






From the Editors

Updates from Around the World
Brazil, Chile, India and USA

International disputes and executing foreign arbitral awards in the Asia Pacific

David Thomas QC
Current and preferred practices in the arbitral process: a new survey

Book Review
Andrew Tweeddale reviews Construction and Infrastructure Disputes: A Global Handbook

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