In the fourth module of the Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year 2021 (GILROY) we will review the significant developments in international construction arbitration over the last 12 months and look at the year ahead in the resolution of international disputes in the construction sector.

1) 2021 Year in Review: A round up of the top developments in international construction arbitration 

During this session our global experts will consider:

  • Both investor-state and contractual disputes in construction / infrastructure 
  • The range of matters that have come before arbitral tribunals / courts in 2021
  • Identify special rulings, industry trends and learnings from construction arbitrations across different legal systems and geographic regions that will have the most significant influence on the infrastructure sector in 2022 and beyond.

2) The impact of climate change on construction projects and disputes

  • The challenges for the sector around climate risk mitigation and how arbitration may be deployed to resolve future disputes in this arena

3) Recent trends in matters referred to construction arbitrations 

  • How are disputes in the sector being resolved across different legal systems, regions and arbitral institutions. 

Event date

08:30 - 09:30 GMT

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