Tony Bingham is an arbitrator, adjudicator, mediator and barrister. Each of those involves dispute management, decision making, and dispute resolution. As well as that, he is a writer, commentator and lecturer.
In his first column, in April 1987, our legal columnist, criticised the CITB levy. As a new training charge looms, he assesses the 30 years since: ‘disputomania’, adjudication, and what happens next
A collapsed tunnel on a hydroelectric scheme left the contractor and employer in dispute about who should pay to have it rectified. So where does liability lie?
A recent TCC case shows how the back and forth between contractor and employer around payment notices can descend into a parlour game
- Trump? Oh no it isn’t. Oh yes it is!
- Third time lucky?
- The book group
- Questioning expert witnesses
- Hot tubbing: Rub-a-dub-dub
- Collaboration express line
- Mental health issues: Turn the lights on