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Construction and Infrastructure Disputes:

A Global Handbook 
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Construction and Infrastructure Disputes: A Global Handbook
Consulting editor: Roberto Hernández-Garcia
Publication date: September 2013
Format: Hardback
Length: 373 pages
Price: £125.00
ISBN: 9781909416000

This unique book explains, on a country-by-country basis, the different dispute resolution methods which can be used in construction, infrastructure and public-private partnership (PPP) projects. It has been developed to assist construction lawyers and professionals in identifying the dispute resolution mechanisms which they can and cannot use in a selection of key jurisdictions, thus helping them to save time and money when making decisions. 

Each country chapter is written by a specialist contributor and explains, from a theoretical and practical point of view, what readers can expect in each country in construction (civil and industrial works), infrastructure (oil, gas, electricity), and PPP projects.
This practical handbook will appeal to professionals such as litigators, arbitrators, mediators, dispute boards, judges, in-house counsel, executives in engineering and construction projects and academics.