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Understand the relevant contractual provisions and different types of claims. Identify the major causes of construction claims and disputes. Learn how to handle your claims effectively using strategies and different solutions. Understand delay cost procedure and process. In depth review on the SOP Act. How to prevent disputes leading to litigation/arbitration/adjudication

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Construction claims management

  1. 1. CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS MANAGEMENT 29th pore O ctobe , Singa r 2010, Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre The 21st century has brought us many changes and it does not exempt the At A Glance construction industry. Today, complexity is one way to describe the entrant of developments and trends in the construction business. Innovation on designs, materials, and even on laws has led the construction business surrounded by risks and disputes. In the middle of economic turmoil, construction industry has become more vulnerable to unplanned changes and the only assurance at hand is a contract. But these contracts, if not handled properly can make the business go out of hand. This Laures Solutions event will highlight practical resolutions on your construction claims disputes and will give tips on avoiding them, showcas- ing in depth discussions and case studies from the professionals of this �ield gearing you towards better handling of your claims and disputes. Key Features •Understand the relevant contractual provisions and different types of claims •Identify the major causes of construction claims and disputes •Learn how to handle your claims effectively using strategies and different solutions •Understand delay cost procedure and Sign up for 3 or more delegates, process get 10% discount! •In depth review on the SOP Act •How to prevent disputes leading to Early Bird ends 15th October 2010! litigation/arbitration/adjudication Who Should Attend This conference will have the target audience as follows: General Managers, Managing Directors, In-House Legal Counsels, Senior Contract Managers, Commercial Lawyers, Real Estate Professionals, Property Developers, Landlords, Contract Directors, Contract Specialists and Consultants, Engineers, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Contractors, Sub – Contractors
  2. 2. CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS MANAGEMENT 29th october 2010, Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre, Singapore Speakers Soh Lip San, Partner Rajah & Tan LLP Lip San graduated from the National University of Singapore and is admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. Lip San is a Partner in the Construction and Projects Practice Group which has been recognised as the ALB Construction Law Firm of the Year 2006, 2007 and 2009. Lip San’s clients span the full spectrum of the industry, including, government and government bodies, developers, contractors and suppliers of various tiers, consultants and building industry professionals and other stakeholders. His areas of practice include both contentious and non-contentious work for the building and engineering industry. He also deals with insurance matters, construction insolvency and competition law. In the course of his work, Lip San has dealt with a wide variety of contracting platforms ranging from traditional lump sum / measurement models to design and build projects to guaranteed maximum price models to public private partnerships. He has advised on various disputes, from litigation in court to adjudications to mediation and arbitration (be it ad-hoc or under institutional rules such as SIAC, ICC, UNCITRAL, CIETAC). Lip San has experience in traditional building projects as well as specialized infrastructure projects such as sewage treatment plants, desalination plants, mass transit and light rail systems, combined cycle power plants, oil and gas pipelines, telecommunication cables, ports and container yards. Anil Changaroth, Partner, Aequitas Law LLP commercial, civil, dispute resolution work. He represent hire purchase & leasing; bankruptcy conveyancing; employ- ment; defamation; probate) matters; construction disputes resolution litigation (including liquidation and schemes of arrangements end construction & infrastructure contracts, agreements); and a focus on construction. Prior to joining Aequitas, Anil spent a one year as part of the international arbitration practice group at the Langdon & Seah Singapore Pte. Ltd. He was director and head of DLS’s Contract Advisory and Dispute Management Services Pte. Ltd. involved construction industry related dispute management services (arbitration, adjudication and and technical advisory work; claims assessment; and front end contract advisory work to developers, building owners and contractors in residential, commercial, institutional, industrial and infrastructural projects in Singapore, India, Vietnam and Korea.
  3. 3. CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS MANAGEMENT 29th october 2010, Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre, Singapore Programme Agenda • Overview of the Building & Construction Security 08:30 Registration 14:00 Exploring Payment Disputes of Payment Act • The Adjudication Process and its effect 09:00 Opening Remarks • Common issues and pitfalls in Adjudication • Assessing the Claims • Reviewing Adjudication Protocols 09:10 Managing, Defending and Winning your Claims • Preparing your Claims: the signi�icance of • Recent cases records and documentation • Appointing the right team • Managing expectations • Knowing the costs involved 15:00 Afternoon Refreshments • Dispute resolution strategies: tips & tricks 15:30 Extending or Minimising Liability under • Knowing what are generally accepted liabilities of Construction Contracts a contracting party • Understanding commonly encountered 10:30 Morning Refreshments construction contract provisions dealing with workmanship, time-related and other liabilities 11:00 Legal Aspects involving Claims for Extensions • Extension of time under the SIA and PSSCOC • Exploring how you can extend or minimise such of Time, Delay & Disruption contracts liabilities • Claims for Delay and/or Disruption • Understanding limitation periods • Liquidated Damages • Consideration of cases and highlighting statutory provisions Case Stud 12:30 Luncheon 1700 Closing Remarks 17:15 End of Conference
  4. 4. 5 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER SEMINAR DETAILS Call us at (65) 6391 9086 Seminar: Ca65) 6391 2917 Construction Claims Management Fax to us at (65) 6398 0181 Fax s at (65) 6392 3460 Email us at Date: Mail us at 200 Jalan Sultan, #12-02 29th October 2010 Textile Centre. Singapore 199018 Venue: Signup online at Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre YES I WANT TO REGISTER FOR SEMINAR Early Bird Price (before 15 Oct 2010) Normal Price Construction Claims Management $590 $690 DELEGATE DETAILS (PLEASE PHOTOCOPY FORM FOR MULTIPLE BOOKINGS) DELEGATE DETAILS TITLE NAME JOB TITLE CONTACT NO. EMAIL 1st DELEGATE 2nd DELEGATE 3rd DELEGATE 4th DELEGATE Company Name AUTHORISATION Address AUTHORISATION Tel Fax AUTHORISATION PAYMENTS TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Fees are inclusive of program materials and refreshments. of your registration. Please note that full payment must be 2. Payment Terms: Following completion and return of the registration form, full payment made upon receipt of the invoice and prior to the event. must be received prior to the conference date. A receipt will be issued on payment. Due to limited conference space, we advise early registration to avoid disappointment. All cheques to be made payable to: 3. You may substitute delegates at any time at no extra cost. 4. All cancellations must be received in writing by mail or fax 28 days prior to the event or Laures Solutions Pte Ltd 100% cancellation fee applies. Non payment or non-attendance does not constitute 200 Jalan Sultan, #12-02 Textile Centre. Singapore 199018 cancellation. By signing this contract, the client agrees that in case of dispute or cancella- tion of this contract thatlaures solutions will not be able to mitigate its losses for any less than 50% of the total contract value. If, for any reason, laures solutions pte ltd decides to AUTHORISATION cancel or postpone this conference, laures solutions is not responsible for covering airfare, hotel or other travel costs incurred by clients. The conference fee will not be refunded, but Name can be credited to a future conference. Event program content is subject to change without notice. Contact Number 5. All intellectual property rights in all materials produced or distributed by laures solution in FEES & DISCOUNTS TERMS & CONDITIONS connection with this event is expressly reserved and any unauthorized duplication, publica- Job Title tion or distribution is prohibited. FEES & DISCOUNTS 6. Client confirms that it has requested and consented to laures solutions retaining client Email FEES & DISCOUNTS information on laures solutions database to be used by laures solutions and passed to selected third parties, to assist in communicating products and services which may be of interest to the client. If the client wishes to stop receiving such information please inform laures solutions local office or email Signature Date 7. All speakers and topics are correct at the time of printing. laures solutions reserves the right to substitute speakers and cancel or alter the content and timing of the programme for This booking is invalid without a signature. reasons beyond its control. Copyright(c) 2010 Laures Solutions Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.