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BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION LAW
We act for all players in the construction industry, including land developers, main contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and suppliers. Our scope of work ranges from drafting of building & construction contracts and advising on related assignments, to representing clients in Court, Arbitrations, Adjudications and Mediations.
ADJUDICATION (CIPAA 2012)
CIPAA 2012, being a statutory adjudication, provides a speedy, timely and cost-effective resolution for payment disputes under construction contracts. We have a track record of successfully claiming for, as well as defending against, CIPAA claims. Our Partners are experienced adjudicators under the CIPAA Act 2012, empaneled with the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC).
Mediation is a process in which disputes between parties are resolved by a third party. It focuses on the needs and interests of the parties involved, as opposed to the legal positions and enforceable rights in a litigation process. It is an attractive alternative to litigation, as it is confidential, flexible, and geared towards mutually-agreed solutions.
Our Partners regularly appear and represent clients in all tiers of Courts. We have a track record of representing clients in an array of applications before Courts, including injunctions, stay proceedings, setting aside and enforcements of Arbitration Awards and Adjudication Decisions. We strive to deliver effective legal solutions, bolstered by thorough groundwork and preparation throughout the legal process. Our key differentiators are client communication and expectation management; done well and done right.
Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), in which disputes are resolved outside of the judiciary courts. Parties often seek to resolve disputes via arbitration as it can be made confidential, and allows the parties to choose their own tribunal, which is particularly useful when the subject matter of the dispute is highly technical or specialized. Our Partners are Fellows of the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators (MIArb), Singapore Institute of Arbitrators (SIArb), and are on the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) panel of Arbitrators.
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