Following the recent TCC decision in Thomas Barnes & Sons plc (in administration) v Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council , the topic of concurrent delay remains one of interest in the planning and commercial spheres. Ciarb North East Branch, in partnership with Exchange Chambers, aims to provide an insightful discussion around concurrent delay, how to deal with it if it arises on your project, and what to do if those delays cause a dispute. This event will also provide an opportunity to socialise and network with industry professionals.
Our expert speakers will discuss:
Principles of delay analysis and review of the different approaches including dominant cause, reverse but for and first in time
Discussion of the Thomas Barnes decision
The importance of notices for delay
Insight on how to deal with concurrent delay on your project
Don't miss out on this opportunity to network, socialise and learn with other industry professionals- register now!
David Fearon is a specialist construction and engineering barrister with many years of involvement in commercial dispute resolution. With prior experience as a quantity surveyor and project manager, he brings knowledge of both projects and the law surrounding delays to this event.