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The new Iranian petroleum contract - key terms released

Iran - December 2 2015 The key terms of the eagerly awaited new Iranian Petroleum Contract (IPC) were released officially at the Tehran Summit, a two-day conference held…

Co-authors: Caroline Kehoe, William Breeze, Andrew Cannon, Joanna Addison, Craig Tevendale.


New FIDIC Model Representative Agreement

Global - February 12 2014 For a number of years, the International Federation of Consulting Engineers ("FIDIC") has produced standard forms for international construction and…

Co-authors: Joanna Addison, Neil Brimson , Mark Grasso.


Amendments to the insolvency regime in the Qatar Financial Centre

Qatar - February 5 2014 Important revisions to the insolvency legislation in the Qatar Financial Centre ("QFC") came into effect on 22 December 2013. The QFC is a virtual…

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson, Joanna Addison, Neil Brimson , Mark Grasso.


Adjudication and human rights, the law in England, United Kingdom

United Kingdom - April 15 2013 The European Convention on Human Rights was enacted into U.K. Law by the Human Rights Act 1998. The Act appends a Protocol setting out a schedule of…

Co-authors: Tony Dymond, Nicholas Downing, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.


Net contribution clauses: how are liabilities apportioned? This recent case may shed some light, the law in England, United Kingdom

United Kingdom - January 10 2013 A Net Contribution clause is a provision that seeks to apportion liability between members of the construction team who have caused a third party (for…

Co-authors: Tony Dymond, Nicholas Downing, Miranda Ramphul, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Ann Levin.

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