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Dispute & Claim Resolution, Negotiation & Mediation, Arbitration & Litigation (ECCM Workshop 4) – Certificate Program

Date: 2 October 2017 - 6 October 2017
Course ID: 611/2017
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $: 2950 US$
Venue: Istanbul / Turkey
Category: Construction Management, Contract, Tendering, Budgeting & Estimating, Engineering and Construction Contract Management Certificate Program ECCM

Introduction:

In this 5-day workshop you will analyze the issues when a dispute arises during construction, examine its time and cost impacts on a project, and learn how to put in place more cost-effective procedures to resolve such disputes amicably by the parties before project close-out. You also learn how to deal with contract claims, prepare and negotiate a settlement, and produce a counterclaim if needed. You will build your negotiation and mediation skills, learn how to prepare for and proceed with arbitration, and how to deal with litigation.

Objectives:

The aim of this workshop is to prepare you to analyze dispute causes and their impact on the time and cost of a project, and to effectively assess the parties’ entitlements in order to negotiate an amicable settlement. You will also expand your knowledge of negotiation and mediation and improve your practical skills, through role plays, to more effectively resolve disputes in an amicable manner. You will also gain a better understanding of how arbitration works, and how to deal with litigation if all else fails to resolve the matter.

Who should attend:

This workshop will benefit Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Civil Engineers, Contract Engineers, Construction Managers, Site Engineers, Project Control Engineers, Planning and Cost Control Engineers, Project Managers, Senior Management, Architects, Financiers, Quantity Surveyors, Lawyers, Legal Advisors, Loss Adjusters, Registered Arbitrators and Insurance Consultants, and Design Consultants.

Daily Outlines:

DAY 1:

Claims for Unforeseen Conditions at the Start of the Job – Contractor’s Obligation to Investigate the Site, Employer’s Obligation to Give Information About the Site, Unforeseen Behaviours or Conditions; Claims for Variations – Variation Order Cost Estimates, Job Factors Affecting Productivity, Overhead and Profit, Reservation of Indirect Costs, Forms for Pricing Changes, Contract Stipulations to Calculate Cost of Variation; Case Study.



DAY 2:

Evaluation of Claims Related to Project Scheduling – Techniques for Proving Delay with CPM, Concurrent Delays, Acceleration/Job Compression, Checklist for Use of CPM in Litigation, Claims for Delay; Cost Estimation for Delays – Scheduling Provisions, Emphasis on Network Analysis Techniques, Job Acceleration/Compression, Claims for Disruption, Relationship Between Loss and Expense and Extensions of Time; Case Study.



DAY 3:

Damages for Delay in Construction Projects – Whether to Liquidate or Leave Damages Unliquidated, Assessment & Proof of Damages for Delay, Relative Merits of Liquidated vs. Unliquidated Damages, How to Liquidate the Right Sum; Counterclaims against the Contractor – Set-Off Claims by Employer, Liquidated Damage Claims by Employer, Claims by Employer Arising from Defective Materials & Workmanship, Claims by Sub-Contractors for Money Arising from Delay & Disruption Caused by Contractor under Contract; Case Study.





DAY 4:

Building Collaboration – Impact of Litigation on the Development of Disputes, Options for Resolving Disputes; Key Elements of a Negotiation – Moving from Positions to Interests, Defining and Understanding Interests, Dealing with Rights and Power, Distributive vs. Integrative (Interest-Based) Negotiation, Structuring a Negotiation, Key Communication Skills, Working with BATNAs, Dealing with Positional People and Dirty Tricks, Role Play.



DAY 5:

Mediation – Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Needed by Mediators, Mediation Process Overview, The Five Tasks in Mediation, Caucusing, Anticipating and Resolving Impasses; Arbitration – Features, Institutional and Ad Hoc, Domestic and International, Law of Arbitration and Rules of Arbitration, Various Stages in Arbitration; Litigation – Applicable Laws, Legal Requirements and Procedures, Expert Witnesses, Conclusion.

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