Chern On Dispute Boards, 3rd Edition

ISBN 978-1-13-878173-3
Hardback, 738 pages
23rd April 2015
Informa Law from Routledge

This book guides the reader through the complexities of actual commercial and construction disputes and their successful resolution and also presents a way forward for the dispute board members themselves to administer actual dispute boards all over the world. It is therefore, the number one guide for construction lawyers, engineers and dispute board stakeholders worldwide.

Readers of this this updated third edition will have explained to them the various international formats and types of dispute boards in use today and be brought up-to-date on the ever evolving law within the field. New to this 3rd edition is the extensive coverage of appeals from Dispute Board Decisions, the laws relative to appeals and the ICC, enforcement procedures and new forms and guidelines for the practitioner.

Reviews of the previous 1st edition:

“Chern’s book provides an extremely practical guide, covering not only an introduction to the process but also providing check lists and sample documentation…. This book will be welcome by practitioners in the area and newcomers to the dispute board process.” — The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management.

“This book will provide a very useful, perhaps essential, guide to parties commissioning large capital construction projects, those advising them and those bidding to carry out such works, and importantly, the project funders.” — The Expert & Dispute Resolver.

“This is a must-have book for grown up contractors” — Tony Bingham, Building

“His timely work …concentrating on what may prove to be the primary means of dispute resolution for major international construction projects is to be welcomed.” — HHJ Humphrey Lloyd, QC, The International Construction Law Review

This excellent book on Dispute Boards is a must for every construction lawyer, engineer, architect and contractor who is either involved in Dispute Boards or wants to be” — Herbert Wilson, The Journal of the Dispute Board Federation