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Management of Contract Claims

Management of Contract Claims

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TRETT CONSULTINGANDHAMMOND SUDDARDS EDGEMANAGEMENT OF CONTRACT CLAIMSSEMINAR FORTHE OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN, INCTOKYO, 26 FEBRUARY 2002www.trett.comwww.hammondsuddardsedge.com
 
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MANAGEMENT OF CONTRACT CLAIMSTHE SPEAKERSTony FarrowExecutive Director, Trett Consulting
tony.farrow@trett.comTony Farrow is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor. Throughout his 25 year career he has beenclosely involved in the preparation, analysis and negotiation of claims arising from constructionand engineering projects. These claims have included disputed final accounts, design-relatedproblems, site labour disruption and prolongation claims. He was part of a team carrying outpioneering research investigating productivity and cost effects of accelerating the constructionphase of a project and has published papers on the subject.Mr Farrow has undertaken extension of time analysis on major power generation schemes,infrastruction projects and process industry plants, utilising techniques such as critical pathanalysis, snap shot analysis and as-built reconstruction.Mr Farrow's international experience includes living in Japan for 2 years, where he wasemployed by Kobe Steel Limited. He has also lived or worked in the Oman, Australia, Indonesia,Hong Kong, Malaysia, Kuwait and Egypt.His work now mainly involves acting as an Expert Witness in construction and engineeringarbitrations and court cases, where he has submitted over 50 reports. He is a Fellow of theChartered Institute of Arbitrators, Fellow of the Academy of Experts and an eminent speaker atseminars and training courses concerned with claim and report preparation.
Mark HiltonPartner, Hammond Suddards Edge
mark.hilton@hammondse.comMark Hilton is head of the Hammond Suddards Edge Construction unit in Leeds from where headvises a number of major national and international contractors and employers. He has over 15years experience of advising the construction and engineering industry on major projects fromshopping centres to power stations, particularly in relation to contentious matters and in recent
 
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years mediation. Mark is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a TeCSA certifiedadjudicator and a CEDR accredited mediator.
Simon PalmerPartner, Hammond Suddards Edge
simon.palmer@hammondse.comSimon specialises in contentious matters, including ICC arbitrations, mediations, adjudications,and Technical and Construction Court litigation. He is a registered Foreign Lawyer in Hong Kong.He undertakes some non-contentious work, and is a Visiting Lecturer at the MSc in ConstructionLaw and Arbitration in Leeds Metropolitan University. He is Honorary Secretary of the North Eastof England Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Regional Co-ordinator for theSociety of Construction Law.
Jonathan TattersallSolicitor, Hammond Suddards Edge
 jonathan.tattersall@hammondse.comJonathan provides advice on both contentious and non-contentious matters for all sectors of theindustry. Jonathan has regularly lectured to industry bodies and contractors both overseas andin the UK on international forms of contracts, dispute resolution and risk management. Hisexperience lies in arbitration, litigation and forms of ADR including adjudication, mediation andconciliation. He has been involved in non-contentious drafting on standard forms, bespokeengineering contracts, PFI projects, appointments and warranties.
Peter Philips
 LLM, LLB, FRICS, FCI Arb.
Managing Director, Trett Consulting (Japan) Ltd
Peter Phillips is Managing Director of Trett Consulting (Japan) Limited. He has been involved incommercial management and trouble shooting at pre and post contract stages on largeinternational infra-structure, construction and engineering contracts for over 25 years. He haslived and worked in Japan as Chief Quantity Surveyor for a major Japanese plant-engineeringcontractor for the last 18 years. He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

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