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.
A new kind of ADR, called early neutral evaluation, aims to give parties an idea ahead of time about which way a dispute will go
Adjudicators are asked to resolve increasingly complex issues, so the RICS’ new rolling training programme is most welcome
Since Carillion built the 47-storey Beetham Tower in 2006, it has been the tallest building in Manchester. Mid-morning on 22 June 2014, a problem was spotted – and so began 47 floors of glass problem. One of the chaps doing sealant works on the 15th floor came across a loose ...
If you’re going to use an allegation of fraud as grounds for a stay of payment on an adjudication award, get the timing right, writes Tony Bingham