The Construction Law International Conference (CLIC) 2014 was held from 18-20 September 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The CLIC was organised by the Society Of Construction Law.

Please see below the list of sessions, speakers and presentations.

SESSION 1 : NEW INNOVATIONS IN CONSTRUCTIONS: HOW FAR CAN THIS GO?

Mr Phillip Greenham

Mr Lionel Persey QC : FPSOs

Mr Vincent Connor : The Good, the Bad and the BIM

Mr Belden Premaraj : Project Objective Success

Mr Bruce Reynolds : Sustainability in Construction

SESSION 2 : ARBITRATING CONSTRUCTION DISPUTES

Mr Richard Bailey : What are the trends in construction disputes worldwide

Mr Steven G.M Stein

Prof Philip Capper

Mr Peter Rees

SESSION 3 : STATUTORY ADJUDICATION

Yang Arif Tuan Lim Chong Fong

Prof Dato’ Sundra Rajoo : Statutory Adjudication-Construction Industry Payment & Adjudication Act 2012

Mr Wilfred Abraham : Statutory Adjudication

Prof Chow Kok Fong : Statutory Adjudication-Abuse of Process

Mr Simon Hughes QC : Statutory Adjudication

Mr Matthew Bell : Beyond the Nutcracker Suite

SESSION 4 : RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE LAW

Mr Julio Cesar Bueno : Special Bidding Process

Mr Kamraj Nayagam : Waste Disposal-The Thermal Oxidation Process in Malaysia

Mr Mohd Farid Suhaimi : LNG Regasification Terminal 1 Project

Mr Darren Benger

Mr Claus H Lenz : Waste-to-Energy Project in Germany

SESSION 5 : PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT / RISK ALLOCATION

Ms Serena Cheng : Implied Obligations in Construction Contracts

Mr Martin Bowdery QC: Exclusions and LImitation of Liability

Mr Frank J Leech : Mitigating Contract Risks-Project Start to Timely Close Out

Dr Cyril Chern : The Mega Project

Dr Donald Charrett : Dispute Boards- Review, Adjudication or Avoidance of Disputes

Prof Doug Jones : Dispute Boards – Preventing and Resolving DisputesPreventing and Resolving Disputes

Mr Christopher Chuah : Exclusions and Limitation of Liability

Mr Glenn Haley

SESSION 6 : UK DELAY AND DISRUPTION PROTOCOL & MANAGING EOT CLAIMS

Mr Ravinder Bhullar

Mr John Wright : Extension of Time Claims – the position in England & Wales (and Scotland?)

Mr Julian Bailey : The SCL Delay & Disruption Protocol : a brief overview; A Retrospective Analysis

Mr Philip Allington : The SCL Protocol – How far can you go?

Mr IR. Harbans Singh KS : Status of Delay & Disruption Procedures in Malaysia

SESSION 7 : OTHER CONSTRUCTION LAW ISSUES – PERSPECTIVE FROM VARIOUS JURISDICTIONS

Mr Michael Weatherall

Mr Anil Changaroth

Mr Philip Jeyaretnam

Dato’ W.S.W. Davidson : Perspective from various jurisdictions

Mr Adrian Hughes QC

Professor Ian H Bailey SC

Source : CLIC 2014 Website

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