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The Role of the Architect in alternative dispute resolution - Brighton
Talks and lectures

The Role of the Architect in alternative dispute resolution - Brighton

​The seminar will examine to different forms of ADR and the Architect’s role both as a party to the dispute and as an expert.

The first part of this seminar will cover the situations where an Architect becomes involved in a formal Alternative Dispute Resolution procedure. The seminar will examine to different forms of ADR and the Architect’s role both as a party to the dispute and as an expert.

The second part will cover the submission of expert evidence or opinion. As an expert, the Architect must adhere to a number of different codes of conduct either imposed by the tribunal or the RIBA. The seminar will describe the codes, how best to apply them and examine the consequences of failure to follow them.

Speaker: Sean Cotter, Senior Dispute Resolution Consultant, Blake Newport

Sean is a Senior Consultant for the Construction, Engineering and Dispute Resolution Department of Blake Newport. Sean provides comprehensive dispute resolution consultancy to public and private sector built environment clients ranging from large rail and infrastructure projects to domestic residential developments. Sean acts for national and multinational contractors and developers both nationally and internationally mainly on disputes concerning time, payment and/or insolvency. Sean has also acted as an adjudicator and an expert witness on time matters.

Sean has been awarded a certificate and diploma by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and has achieved the rank of Fellow. He regularly gives lectures a number of academic institutions in Construction Law and related subjects.

Sean is a member of the Worshipful Company of Arbitrators and Kings College Construction Law Association.

Core Curriculum topics: 1. Compliance 2. Procurement and contracts

Send your booking form and cheque (payable to RIBA) to:.RIBA South/South East, Greenbanks,, Building LO42, University of Reading, London Road, Reading. RG1 5AQ. Email Adam Turner or call 0118 987 4900

Tickets
RIBA/CIAT Individual member £74.40 (£62 + VAT)
Non-member £106.80 (£89 + VAT)
RIBA Student member £18 (£15 + VAT)

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