Construction ADR

    Construction ADR

    Construction ADR

    Construction ADR is written for the novice as well as the expert construction attorney, providing an authoritative resource for practitioners conducting legal research as well as those looking for expert advice and analysis.

    Construction ADR

    Construction ADR

    Construction ADR

    Construction ADR is written for the novice as well as the expert construction attorney, providing an authoritative resource for practitioners conducting legal research as well as those looking for expert advice and analysis.

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    The construction industry has pioneered the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Given the complex and technical nature of construction disputes, an efficient and cost-effective resolution requires that lawyers, arbitrators and mediators have a genuine understanding of the construction process and its business practices. Construction ADR provides a comprehensive grounding in, and also a practical analysis of, all aspects of current ADR methods and theories used in the construction industry, including mediation, arbitration, dispute resolution boards (DRB), initial decision making (IDM), and project neutrals.

    This unique compendium provides realistic and immediately useful advice from experts in construction ADR with a substantive legal foundation comprised of hundreds of citations to case law, treatises, and other industry publications. In twenty-nine, in-depth chapters, Construction ADR covers all aspects of the process, including:

    • Arbitration drafting and enforcement
    • Selecting an arbitrator and arbitration providers
    • Types of arbitration in construction disputes
    • Consolidation and joinder
    • Discovery
    • Procedures for the prehearing and hearing
    • Secrets of a winning presentation
    • Awards
    • Post-award procedures
    • International arbitration
    • Mediators and the mediation process
    • Ethics in arbitration and mediation
    • ADR in federal government contracting
    • Initial decision making
    • Dispute resolution boards

    Finally, Construction ADRexamines dispute resolution from the perspective of the key stakeholders: the owner; the design professional; the contractor; and the subcontractor, with an additional discussion of becoming a construction neutral. Useful appendices include a compendium of state arbitration laws and a sample agenda for prehearing conference.

    Construction ADR is written for the novice as well as the expert construction attorney, providing an authoritative resource for practitioners conducting legal research as well as those looking for expert advice and analysis.

    Product Details

    Sponsors

    Forum on Construction Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627224154

    Page Count

    750

    Product Code

    5570231

    Trim Size

    7x10 Paperback

    Publication Date

    1/14/2014 12:00:00 AM

    Sponsors

    Forum on Construction Law

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781627224161

    Page Count

    750

    Product Code

    5570231EBK

    Publication Date

    1/1/2014 12:00:00 AM

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