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Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year

Welcome to our Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year series - our unmissable update on the defining moments from 2020 (and current issues) affecting the infrastructure sector and the construction industry.

 

Tue 23 Feb

Global trends and insights in the energy and infrastructure sectors

Introduction to Pinsent Masons’ review of the key legal issues affecting the energy and infrastructure sectors during 2020.

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Tue 24 Feb

Australia: Top construction cases 2020

Sharing the legal development and cases that has significant impact on Australia construction industry.

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Wed 24 Feb

UK: Infrastructure law review of the year

Providing the insights you need regarding the key UK cases of 2020, focussing on good faith, termination, guarantees, modification, NEC and force majeure.

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Wed 24 Feb

Hong Kong: 2020 construction cases relevant to Hong Kong

Sharing the legal development and cases that has significant impact on HK construction industry.

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Wed 24 Feb 

Beijing: One Belt One Road – Current trend and top risk considerations

In this module, speakers will share the market trend and recent developments of Belt and Road Initiatives, key risk considerations of Belt and Road projects for contractors and companies operating in the global infrastructure and energy sectors.

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Wed 24 Feb 

South African lessons learned from infrastructure projects exposed to financially distressed employers or contractors 

Our team will share their insights when dealing with business rescue and insolvency events affecting contracting parties.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Australia: Capacity constraints - meeting infrastructure demand in a post-COVID world 

Hear from construction industry leaders about their experiences managing the impacts of COVID-19 and how an already stretched construction industry will manage the coming tsunami of infrastructure projects in Australia. 

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Thu 25 Feb 

UK: Insurance, insolvency and the implications of changes to the UK VAT regime within the Infrastructure sector

Our experts will explore the impacts of COVID-19 on the insurance market; the new insolvency processes and the evolution of the VAT regime.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Hong Kong: The latest approach to construction contract interpretation 

This session will highlight recent key cases to explain how Hong Kong courts have dealt with the ever-changing landscape of contractual interpretation.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Singapore: Infrastructure law review of the year - Key legal developments in 2020 

Our construction law specialists give an overview of some of the hot topics that came out from Singapore courts in 2020.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Johannesburg: Innovative strategies for delivering complex infrastructure projects in Africa 

In this session we will look at Joint Ventures (JVs) and the value inherent in contractor JVs.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Infrastructure law review of the year: 2020 in Spain

The session will give an overview of the most relevant issues of the past year and the expectations for 2021.

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Thu 25 Feb 

Challenges in the Middle East when dealing with bond calls and insolvency issues 

In an era of unprecedented challenges for companies in the Middle East, this webinar explores insolvency and bond calls.

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Mon 01 Mar 

Paris: Infrastructure law review of the year 

To kick-start 2021, our construction law specialists invite you to an overview of some of the hot topics that came out from common and civil law jurisdictions

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Tues 02 Mar 

Rethinking design – risks, liabilities and mitigants on major projects 

Effective design is at the heart of successful project delivery. Our infrastructure experts from across our network will look at recent case law and other developments from around the world.

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Thu 04 Mar 

International construction arbitration 

In this module, we will review the significant developments over the last 12 months and look at the year ahead in the resolution of international disputes in the construction sector.

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