Richard Fernyhough QC - The Role of the Expert Witness 20Jan2011

Jointly Hosted by :
NZDRC
Building Disputes Tribunal &
Kensington Swan Lawyers

Richard Fernyhough QC has been practising at the UK Bar for nearly 40 years and has been a member of Keating Chambers for 38 years. For the past 30 years he has specialised in construction and engineering law with an emphasis on arbitration. During that time he has sat as a Deputy High Court Judge for over 15 years and has acted as Arbitrator for the past 20 years.

He has been appointed Sole Arbitrator, Co-Arbitrator and also Chairman of the Tribunal by many international arbitral institutions including the ICC, the LCIA and several arbitral institutions in South East Asia. Richard is a Principal Arbitrator on the NZDRC, NZIAC and BDT arbitration panels.
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RICHARD FERNYHOUGH QC

Richard spoke on the following topics -

The Role of the Expert Witness:
• Obligations & Responsibilities
• Preparation of Expert Reports
• Giving Evidence
• War Stories! – Where Experts come unstuck

Due to overwhelming interest the Seminar was fully booked days in advance and we had an extremely lengthy waiting list to attend.

 

Should you have been one of the many interested persons who were unable to attend the Seminar we have recorded the session and you may view the seminar below.

 

Untitled from Building Disputes Tribunal on Vimeo.

 

 

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under section 65 of the Construction Contracts Act 2002