Tokyo Partner Craig Shepherd, together with Singapore Of Counsel Daniel Waldek and Associate Mitchell Dearness, have contributed to GAR’s ‘The Asia Pacific Arbitration Review 2022′ with a section on construction and infrastructure arbitration in Asia Pacific. The authors consider the potential impacts of Covid-19 disruption and the transition to green energy on construction disputes in the Asia-Pacific region over the next decade. They also look at the steps that can be taken by contractors and project owners to mitigate associated risks.
The review covers Australia, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
Herbert Smith Freehills’ contribution ‘Disputes in Asia-Pacific construction and infrastructure projects’ is available to download as a pdf here. The full publication can be accessed online here.
For more information, please contact Craig Shepherd, Daniel Waldek, Mitchell Dearness, or your usual Herbert Smith Freehills contact.
An extract from GAR’s The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2022, first published in June 2021. The whole publication is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/review/the-asia-pacific-arbitration-review/2022
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