How to Prepare For an Adjudication - Evidence and Materials
A seminar by
Ben Quiney QC
Crown Office Chambers
· If you had to refer a dispute to adjudication, would you be ready?
· Would you have the right evidence, in the form of documents, diaries, site records, measurements, photographs, statements, etc?
· Would these be sufficiently recorded and prepared to convince an adjudicator that your case is good enough to command a decision in your favour?
Ben will answer these questions by explaining what constitutes evidence and how it should be prepared effectively for adjudication.
Ben practises in all areas of common law and commercial litigation but specialises in commercial and insurance disputes, construction, and professional negligence. He has wide experience in construction disputes including trial work in the TCC, Arbitrations (domestic and international), and Adjudications. He has dealt with cases for both employers and contractors. Ben is rated in Legal 500 as a leader in this field and has acted in ICC, LCIA, ARIAS, SIAC, and ad hoc arbitrations.
Ben has particular experience in cases involving construction professionals. The cases he has been involved in have included allegations against professionals including architects, M&E consultants and quantity surveyors. Ben has experience of most standard form contracts, including JCT, ICE,NEC, FIDIC, and professional terms (such as ACE, RIBA, RICS).
These joint RICS/CIArb meetings have been very well supported for the last three years and we aim to repeat that success and provide great CPD and a good networking event. Early booking is essential and should be made via the RICS web-site at: