Arbitration is a private voluntary
process where the parties in conflict employ an impartial
and neutral third party to make either an advisory or
binding decision on disputed matters. It is more informal
than litigation and can be less expensive and faster.
However, both parties risk an unfavourable decision.
Frequently the matters in dispute
are complex and can reasonably produce different but
ostensibly valid interpretations. This is particularly
so in technology, engineering and construction disputes
where you have been unable to negotiate claims or evaluate
delay and disruption.
As an experienced and active Chartered Arbitrator and member of the London
Court of International Arbitration, the Chartered Institute of Building, the
Chartered Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the Chartered Institute of
Arbitrators IT & IPR, the British Computer Society, the Kuala Lumpur
Regional Centre for Arbitration, the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board,
the Thai Arbitration Institute's panel of arbitrators and a member of the
World Intellectual Property Organisation list of experts and arbitrator and
mediator panel, I work to high standards.
By applying comprehensive commercial
and technical expertise in elaborate disputes I will
be able to quickly understand the issues, help control
the length and expense of proceedings and deliver an
unambiguous award that is enforceable.