Patrizia Sangalli assists both Italian and international companies in commercial and corporate matters, specifically mergers and acquisitions (M&A), drafting international agreements, international commercial litigation, arbitration ad hoc, ICC, UNCITRAL, CAM and LCIA transactions. Patrizia Sangalli's practice includes advising on international commercial arbitration and litigation in several continental and common law jurisdictions. She handles Italian and international litigation in various commercial, corporate and construction fields and is admitted pleading before all Italian tribunals and courts of appeal, including the highest Court of Cassation. She is admitted to the Milan and Madrid Bar. She actively works on Polish matters and transactions. In addition to be the founding partner of SDG & Partners, she has been working for large international legal firms.
Jerry is a Contracts Management Director working for one of the biggest EPCM Companies in the world. He has specialized in construction contracts and claims management (prevention, management and mitigation) and coordinated with multiple in-house and external law firms in preparation for Dispute Resolution cases. Jerry is currently working as a Claims Expert in Kuwait on international assignment in a multibillion dollar refinery expansion project. He has over 23 years of professional experience working mainly in the Oil and Gas and Mining industry and multiple times recognized by clients and within his organization for his significat contributions and leadership. Jerry has worked on the client, contractor and subcontractor sides as well as in home office and field office acquiring all angles and perspectives required to adapt to multiple and complex challenges. He also has provided Consulting Services in the past. Jerry participated in 7 multi-billion dollar international or domestic assignments in South America (Peru), Europe (Spain), North America (Canada), Africa (Guinea W Africa) and now in the Middle East and participated in multiple initiatives related to contract management and claim practices, guidelines and systems implemented globally. Jerry is a Civil Engineer with specializations in Claims and Contracts Management, Supply Chain and Finance.
Bernd Ehle is a Partner at LALIVE in Geneva specializing in international arbitration, with a particular focus on complex disputes involving major infrastructure and construction projects. He has acted as counsel and arbitrator in more than 80 international arbitral proceedings brought under many of the major arbitration rules, including the ICC, SCAI, DIS, VIAC, LCIA, ICSID, NAI, KCAB, DIA and UNCITRAL rules, and governed by civil law and common law. Bernd Ehle has also acted as member of a dispute adjudication board and as independent expert in construction disputes. He has for several years been recognized as a leading practitioner by Chambers, Legal 500 and Who's Who (both for Construction and Arbitration) and regularly speaks at conferences and publishes about international arbitration and construction law. Since 2012, Bernd Ehle is co-lecturing the LL.M. course on International Construction Contracts (including dispute resolution) at Fribourg University School of Law in Switzerland.
Victoria Tyson is a Director of Corbett & Co. A contentious construction lawyer with over 20 years' experience in international construction law disputes. She has particular expertise in complex international arbitration and specialist knowledge of the FIDIC forms of construction contract. Victoria acts for governments and ministries, international contractors, and consultants. Victoria is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb) and is in the Executive Group of the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF) UK.
Steven Van Garsse
Prof. Steven Van Garsse (Phd) teaches administrative law (chair) and public law at the University of Hasselt & public procurement and PPP law at the University of Antwerp/Antwerp Management school. Until September 2015 he was managing the Flemish PPP Knowledge Centre, the central PPP Unit of the Flemish Government administration (Department Chancellery and Public Governance). He also headed the clustered legal services (public procurement litigation team, public procurement policy, legal team of the Flemish Government and the team responsible for legislation). Steven was and is actively involved in several European working groups on PPP and is the Vice Chair of the bureau UN/ ECE Working Party on PPP. He is also the permanent chairperson of two dispute resolution boards (both DBFM/concession-projects). Steven Van Garsse is a partner in the law firm Equator Advocaten (Brussels), specialised inter alia in public procurement law, public private projects, construction and administrative law.
Rob is a construction law specialist with over 25 years' experience on a wide range of issues that arise in construction and construction related projects. Rob specialises in complex and high risk projects, implementing practical and pragmatic solutions that allow projects to complete. He has acted on a range of energy and infrastructure projects in the UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia. He regularly leads large and diverse advisory team for clients, providing an integrated service across multiple disciplines. Rob is a Chartered Arbitrator and adjudicator on a number of UK and international panels. He has acted as party adviser, advocate, tribunal member, appellate tribunal and expert witness. As well as being recognised as a leader for International Arbitration, Rail and Construction, Legal 500 2018 says of Rob "a '...busy on a range of domestic and international mandates...he is regarded as 'highly innovative'". He is regularly noted as a leading authority on the NEC form of contract having advised on its application to UK projects such as 2012 Olympics, HS1, HS2, Thames Tideway, Cambridgeshire Busway, UCL Hospital and multiple other infrastructure projects.
Aleksandra Marzec is a legal adviser in Poland and for the past few years she has been councelling to the construction companies performing large infrastructure projects in Poland, both as an in-house lawyer and the outside counsel. She has acquired a significant experience in civil, public procurement and construction law, especially contracts based on the FIDIC terms. During her practice Aleksandra come accross all kinds of legal and technical problems of every stage of a project, including the mutual execution by the parties to the construction contract of the recission right and the related litigation. Recently she has also gained experience in negotiations and conciliatory proceedings with the Polish public employers. Aleksandra graduated from Silesian University Law Faculty and completed her advocate training at the District Chamber of Advocates in Katowice. Currently she is a self practicioner counseling both Polish and foreign construction companies, cooperating also with the Law Office of Legal Counsel Karolina Komenda.
Aris L. Gulapa
Aris is a Philippine and New York-bar qualified lawyer whose practice primarily involves infrastructure and government contracts. He has advised the Philippine government and private bidders on major public-private projects in the Philippines (including the new premiere airport in Clark Freeport Zone, the National Government Administrative Center, and the Makati Skytrain). He has been named as a leading lawyer in the Philippines by the Legal500 and Chambers & Partners. He has also been named by Asian Mena as one of Asia's Commended External Counsels for 2017 and by Asia Business Law Journal as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in the Philippines for 2018. Aris also teaches the law on public-private partnership at the Ateneo de Manila University School of Law. He is the founding partner of Gulapa Law, a Manila-based law office that has a full-service office in New York and a representative office in San Francisco. Prior to setting up Gulapa Law, Aris worked in five jurisdictions (Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, and New York). He obtained his Master of Laws in Trade Regulation from New York University as a Vanderbilt Scholar in 2010 and his Juris Doctor degree with honors from the Ateneo de Manila University School of Law in 2003.
Giuseppe Broccoli practice is focused mainly on international construction works and he has gained a significant experience in drafting, negotiating and managing international EPC contracts especially in the energy sector (oil & gas, wind and photovoltaic power generating plants) with both bespoke and the various FIDIC form of contract, ICC contracts and LOGIC. Recently he has assisted Italian contractors in construction works to be carried out in Middle East, Russian Federation, South and Central America. He has also gained a relevant experience in disputes and claims management related to construction projects. He advises clients on project development (including the tender phase), in the contractual documents preparation stage and in the claim management phase (extra works, employer's delay, acceleration, reduction of the scope of works, suspension and termination).
Fernando assists domestic and foreign clients on arbitral disputes and strategy and enforcement of domestic and foreign judgments and arbitral awards. He is a construction lawyer and has been involved in commercial, investment and construction disputes in the United States, Latin America, and the MENA region for claims of up to US$ 1 billion. Fernando is regularly invited to speak at domestic and international conferences and forums on arbitration, construction disputes, and Blockchain technology in the construction sector. He is currently advising several governments around the world on how to implement Blockchain technology to their construction sector.
Conor Mooney is a Technical Advisor at the Council of Europe Development Bank. He is a senior specialist in project management, procurement, and construction law, working across a range of projects in the Bank's portfolio, and with sector-specific responsibility for the Bank's Judicial Infrastructure projects. Prior to joining the Bank in 2014, he amassed significant experience across a range of sectors including retail, local authority, forestry, higher education, and consulting. He has led the management of complex major projects, such as a €580m urban renewal project that was the largest project ever granted planning permission in Ireland's second city, Cork. A chartered civil engineer by profession, Conor was elected to Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Engineers of Ireland; he holds an MBA from Warwick Business School, a PhD in Construction Contract Law, and an Executive Education Certificate in PPP Procurement from Harvard Kennedy School.
Coenraad H. Snyman
Coen Snyman is a world renowned legal practitioner and executive with a BA (UCT), B.PROC Law (UNISA) and LLB Law (UNISA) degrees as well as a Degree Certificate in Air and Space Law (McGill University, Canada). As an admitted attorney in the High Courts of South Africa and the Kingdom of Lesotho, Coenraad has 17 years post qualifying work in Government, Public, Corporate, Commercial, Engineering, Construction, Aviation, Mining and Oil & Gas sectors. He is an experienced and seasoned international trainer, consultant and strategist in the areas of Contract Drafting, Management and Administration; Procurement; Corporate Governance and Ethics; Building; Engineering; Construction; Oil & Gas; EPC, EPCIC and EPCM contracts (including both FIDIC [1999 and 2017 editions] and NEC3/4 forms of contract). Advocate Snyman is a trusted advisor to many blue-chip clients including Anglo American, Anglo Platinum, Anglo Gold Ashanti, AUSENCO, HATCH, SNC-Lavalin Group INC, AECOM, FLUOR Corporation, ACTOM, Turner & Townsend, HKA, Hill International, various construction companies including Group 5 Structured Engineering and Stefanutti Stocks, ACSA, Transnet, ESKOM, UAE's Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MOID), the Government of the Maldives; the Sultanate of Brunei; the Sultanate of Oman and the Government of South Africa. Currently Coenraad is the owner and CEO of Coen Snyman International; Head of Training and Partner at Consultant's House (based in Dubai, UAE) and Director of Al Hasmi Law (based in Muscat, Oman). He is an affiliate member of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) and a member of the IACCM.
Andrey Artyushenko is a lawyer and Managing partner in the Artyushenko & Partners boutique law firm, with 19 years of experience. The niche specialization is real estate and construction. Have a broad experience working with world construction leaders in Kazakhstan such as Vinci Constructions, Arabtec Consolidated Contractors Company and others. Has been involved in the development projects with Ritz Carlton, JLL, Capital Partners, EBRD, Siemens, WSP working with FIDIC and other EPC construction projects in local litigation, arbitration and corporate issues. You can find his articles on websites and in journals of The Law Society of England and Wales, Chartered Institution of CIVIL ENGINEERING SURVEYORS, Construction Law by IBA, Legal Guide to REAL ESTATE by ICLG, Corporate Real Estate Q&A for Thomson Reuters, Doing business in Kazakhstan - Construction for World Bank and other. Is the co-author of the 2nd Edition of International Construction Contract Law by Mr. Lukas Klee. Founder for the set of business breakfast in 2017 and accredited by FIDIC modules in 2018 in Almaty (jointly with Adriana Spasova and Kazakhstan National Engineer Association) with the aim to unite and educate FIDIC specialists in Kazakhstan. Making these events for networking between FIDIC specialists in Kazakhstan. Included in the Best Lawyers rating from 2017 in Real Estate law practice.
Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws and Ph.D. in Law at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo - PUC/SP. Lawyer and founding partner of MARINANGELO E AOKI ADVOGADOS, with experience and practice in the Private Law, Administrative Law and Construction Law areas. Advisor of large national and international companies in the consulting and litigious field, as well as before Audit Courts, Department of Public Prosecution and other control agencies. Wide experience in the definition of strategies and elaboration of claims, lawsuits, contract management, construction contracts of all types, specially, FIDIC contracts. Author of legal works and lectures on civil law, administrative law and construction law areas. Professor at Sorocaba University and CEU Law School. Member of CBAr - Brazilian Arbitration Committee. Judge of the Arbitration and Mediation Chamber of FGV.
Robert Aloys Werth
Robert holds a Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, is Dipl.-Ing. for Civil Engineering and Construction, is appointed on the FIDIC President´s List of Approved Dispute Adjudicators and has worked and practiced with the International Construction and Legal Industry for about three decades. In the first part of his professional career he was principal engineer and in company management responsibility for large infrastructure projects before he became a full-time Dispute Resolution Practitioner. Since then he, serves as Arbitrator, Adjudicator or Dispute Board Member on International Contracts, occasionally as Expert. He was involved when working with or on behalf of owners, operators, contractors, lawyers and consulting organizations, on numerous projects throughout Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Ukraine, Denmark, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, Czech Republic, Poland, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Mauritius, Georgia, Montenegro, Kazakhstan.... Robert is also listed as Adjudicator/Arbitrator by VBI (German National List), DGA-Bau, SL-Bau, German Maritime Arbitration Association (GMAA) and DIS (German Institution of Arbitration). He is a FIDIC accredited international Trainer and affiliated Member of FIDIC and Member of FIDIC´s Task Group 8. Robert is a Chairman of the advisory board of University of Stuttgart, Institute of Construction Management, for the Master course ´Law and Practice´ (MBE).
J.N. (Jaap) de Koning
Educated as an Economist and Constructional Engineer Jaap de Koning has an 25 year experience in the field of tendering, contracting and projectmanagement in the infrastructure and construction industry. He is head of the group Contracting and Procurement and also manager of our Amsterdam office. He is a regular chairman and speaker on (international) conferences and he is a member of a number of national expert groups on the subject. He is chair of the Internal Market Committee, in EFCA, Brussels. He is registered at the National Committee on Procurement-experts, and he contributes monthly in Cobouw. He is certified Best Value expert (A+). He focuses on projects with specific elements, like the ambition to innovate through procurement, a-typical procurement procedures, such as innovative partnership and special contract models, like building construction team. His added value lies in his ability to apply his theoretical knowledge and practical experience in real projects. He is able to translate the principles and often legal aspects in normal language so that the client and his team members understand the issues.
Vladimir Vencl - Contracts manager with experience on large scale international construction projects performed under various contracting arrangements. Has worked for general contractors, consulting engineers, employers and developers. Holds master degrees in civil engineering from Belgrade University and business engineering from Stuttgart University. Member of CIArb and President of AACEI for Eastern Europe and Balkans.
James G. Zack, Jr.
Jim is the Principal of James Zack Consulting, LLC a construction claims consultancy dedicated to aiding owners and contractors complete their projects in the field, not in arbitration or court. He is also the Senior Advisor to the recently formed Ankura Construction Forum™. The Forum strives to be the construction industry's resource for thought leadership and best practices on avoidance and resolution of construction project disputes globally. Jim was the founder and Executive Director of the Navigant Construction Forum™. Formerly he was the Executive Director, Corporate Claims Management Group, Fluor Corporation, one of the world's largest EPCM contractors. Prior to this Jim was Vice President of PinnacleOne and Executive Director of the PinnacleOne Institute and a Senior Construction Claims Consultant for CH2M HILL, Inc. He has, for 46 years, worked on both private and public projects throughout the U.S. and in 28 countries abroad. Jim has worked for both contractors and owners on more than 5,000 claims in his career. He a Fellow of AACE International, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the International Guild of Project Controls. In the construction claims field, he is a recognized and published expert in mitigation, analysis and resolution or defense of construction claims and disputes. Jim is a Certified Construction Manager (CCM), a Certified Forensic Claims Consultant (CFCC), and a Project Management Professional (PMP)
Ignacio de Almagro
Ignacio de Almagro (Spain). Lawyer, Consultant, Trainer in International Contracts, Mediator, Arbitrator. Experience in Common Law and Civil Law jurisdictions. Speaks Spanish, English, French and Portuguese. Author of "Los Contratos Internacionales de Construcción. FIDIC" Wolters Kluwer, published with Lukas Klee in october 2017, which is the first ever book on FIDIC contracts is Spanish.
Holding a degree in Business Administration, Richard started his career with a focus on Alternative Risk Transfer and Captives. After joining the inhouse broker of one of Europe's largest contractors in 2005 he soon assumed regional responsibility as business unit manager, overseeing all insurance related matters in 15 countries in CEE/SEE/CIS as well as globally for selected lines of insurance. Richard joined GrECo JLT in 2016 as Group Practice Leader for Construction and Real Estate where he advises clients on risk and insurance related matters in those areas. He combines the views and background of a corporate insurance buyer and risk manager with the approach and skills of a specialized insurance broker and risk consultant. He is a regular speaker at industry events and contributes to leading textbooks.
Vincent Leloup (FBDF, MDRBF, MCIArb, MSc.) is a Member of the FIDIC Contracts Committee, a FIDIC International Accredited Trainer and an Accredited Adjudicator. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of Exequatur( www.exequatur.pro ), a firm specialized in training, consulting (contract procurement strategy, drafting, risk analysis, management) and dispute resolution services (dispute board member, expert witness, arbitrator) for the construction industry. Vincent is a professional engineer by trade (MSc Water Management, MSc Agronomy), with legal qualifications (MSc Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, King's College, London), and comes from a Contractor then consulting engineering background with20 years of experience on international building and infrastructure projects across Asia, Africa, Europe and Central America. Vincent is one of the drafters of the FIDIC 2017 Suite of Agreements, and is the principal drafter of the update of the FIDIC 1999 Green Book which will be published by FIDIC in the near future. He is also the Director of Studies of the Postgraduate Diploma International Construction Contracts (I2C), delivered by Paris Pantheon-Assas University.
Dr. Tamás BALÁZS attorney at law, professor of law is the Managing Partner of BALÁZS & KOVÁTSITS Legal Partnership in Budapest, Hungary. The most important fields of his professional expertise are construction law, FIDIC-contracts, real estate law, corporate law (M&A), labour law, litigation and arbitration in both civil and commercial cases. Dr. Tamás BALÁZS has about 60 professional publications, has been a regular member of the Academy of American and International Law of Dallas since 1992; a member at the Deutscher Anwaltverein since 1999 (a member of the section of construction law and of the group of international construction law). He is a member of the Legal Committee of the Hungarian Association of Real Estate Management. He takes part in writing studies and giving lectures in connection with EU-law. He is a member at the Arbitration Court of the Polish Chamber of Commerce (Warsaw). He is the president of the Hungarian Society of Construction Law. He speaks five languages besides his mother tongue, has full professional working proficiency in German, Italian, English, Russian and Spanish.
Shy is a Partner at Pinsent masons LLP, an international law firm recognised for its infrastructure expertise and with over 350 lawyers who specialise in construction and engineering. Shy's practice covers project advice and dispute resolution and he has advised on UK and international construction projects and has experience of litigation, arbitration, mediation and other forms of ADR. Shy is an elected member of the UK Society of Construction Law Council, a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Shy also speaks regularly at industry events and lectures on the Construction Law MSc course at King's College, London and at the International Construction Practice and Law MBE at the University of Stuttgart. Shy writes regularly for industry publications and in recent years has contributed to leading textbooks, including International Construction Contract Law, Lukas Klee (2nd edition published in 2018), Studies in European Construction Law, published by the European Society of construction law in 2015 and Construction Law, Costs and Contemporary Developments: Drawing the Threads Together published in 2018.
Zoltán ZÁHONYI holds a degree of M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Budapest, 1991) and a postgraduate degree in Law (Budapest, 2004), possessing international experience in various civil engineering fields including preparing and management of infrastructure projects of various nature. Involvements with consulting engineering and FIDIC contracts (from early 1990-s to date): translator of FIDIC 1999 Red-, Green-, Yellow, 1995 Orange and also the 2008 Gold Book (Hungarian language). Member of Task Groups and the Contracts Committee of the International FIDIC organisation since 2007 (member of FIDIC's Contracts Committe from 2009, chair of the CC from September 2015), participating in and managing of the preparation of FIDIC's 2017 Suite of Red-, Yellow and Silver Book Updates. Dispute adjudicator in Hungary (national list). FIDIC accredited international trainer. Most recent position: managing director, partner and leading consultant in Z & Partners Consulting Engineers Ltd. [www.zandpartners.com].
Joost Merema BBE LL.M. is a partner with PRO6 managers and a project manager for infrastructural and construction projects. He is a specialist in public procurement and construction contract law, and international speaker on topics as Design & Build, public procurement and project management. For the city of Amsterdam, Joost has managed some of the most demanding and complex infrastructural projects such as the reconstruction of several monumental and crucial traffic bridges in the city, and the redevelopment of famous public squares with new parking garages beneath them. He is member of the national committee on the actualizing the Design & Build standard contract model, the UAV-GC 2019. He is motivated to develop more agile and flexible forms of contracting. By implementing team management techniques derived from Holacracy™, he aims to improve both effectiveness and team member satisfaction. He is also member of the new FIDIC Inclusion and Diversity Task Force, actively supporting representation and inclusion from more diverse groups in the Consulting Engineering sector. With regard to project execution, claim management and looking for win-win situations he is inspired by the quote "It's better to be a warrior in the garden, than a gardener in the war".
Cecilia Misu is a manageress with more than 30 years' international and multi-cultural experience in high profile and complex engineering projects, as well as in claims and contract management and International Dispute Avoidance. In addition to a MScElectrical Engineering (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile) Cecilia holds a Law Degree in Construction Law and Arbitration from the Robert Gordon University (UK), a Law degree in International Commercial Law from the University of Saarland (Germany) and a certificate in Administration of International Construction Contracts from the John Moore University (UK). Ms Misu is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London, a Member of the Institute of World Business Law of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), an appointed Member of the Standing Committee of the Centre of Alternative Dispute Resolution of the ICC in Paris and an appointed Member of the Experts Committee of the Ministry of Public Works in Chile. She is also a Senior Infrastructure Advisor to the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). Cecilia Misu is author of several articles, chapters and publications on the topic of Contract and Claims Management, and International Business Development.
Frank Thomas is a Civil/ Infrastructure Engineer and has acquired 20 years of compounded "on site" experience in the design, construction and operation of various types of projects, such as roads/bridges, subways, ports, power plants, etc... He has more specifically acquired an extensive experience in the contract and claim management of construction projects including contract management, claims and variations preparation, CPM scheduling, cost analysis including loss of productivity claim, preparation of Forensic Delay Analysis ("FDA") documentation for proving causation between delays and financial damages by using different FDA techniques with MS Project/Primavera/Asta Power/Tilos software. He was also required to act as Delay and Quantum Experts during several arbitrations and litigations including cross examinations.
Karoly Tamas Olajos
Karoly is a qualified lawyer specialising in nuclear energy, construction and project management matters that has provided regulatory and transactional counsel to private and international organizations for 11+ years. He has 8+ years of hands-on experience at the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER), which is the world's most ambitious energy project, with a desire to challenge existing thinking and to come up with innovative approaches to deliver a complex megaproject on time and within budget.
C. K. Nandakumar
C. K. Nandakumar completed his B. A. LL. B (Hons.) from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, in 2001. He is among those few lawyers who have been exposed to both corporate and litigation practice. He heads the Law Chambers of C. K. Nandakumar, which is a chamber of ten lawyers with focus areas of practice of arbitration - domestic and international, corporate and commercial laws. The practice includes matters relating to court intervention in arbitration, shareholder disputes and corporate insolvency. He is routinely briefed by other law firms to appear for them. He currently practices as counsel in arbitration, the Supreme Court of India, the High Court of Karnataka, National Company Law Tribunal, City Civil Court, and other fora. He also accepts appointments as arbitrator. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, U. K. and coordinates the activities of the CIArb in Bangalore and Karnataka. He is a Certified Arbitrator, Indian Institute for Arbitration and Mediation. He is also a Member of Insol International. He was recently selected to the ICCAdvanced Arbitration Academy for Asia. He is a contributing editor of C. R. Dutta commentary on The Company Law, 2017 edition and is a Guest Faculty at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. He is also routinely invited to various speaking engagements. He is a President Scout and in his free time, loves reading, movies and music. He is also a wildlife and nature enthusiast, having been on several treks and camps.
Sean Sullivan Gibbs
Sean has held directorships and senior commercial positions with contracting and consultancy firms in the United Kingdom and Internationally. With over 30 years' experience in the onshore and offshore construction and engineering industries across the globe Sean has worked across the continents of Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and the Americas. He has acted as quantum expert before various dispute resolution tribunals including adjudication, dispute board, expert determination, arbitration. Sean holds a current Cardiff University Bond Solon accreditation as an expert witness and is on the Dubai International Arbitration Centre and the Arbitrators Association panels of experts. Project experience includes major building refurbishment and work with listed buildings in the United Kingdom, airport developments, industrial process plants, commercial developments, military and police installations, heavy engineering in respect of onshore and offshore Oil & Gas facilities and pipelines, highway interchanges, tunnels, leisure resorts, nuclear, waste to energy, biomass, onshore and offshore windfarms, renewables, mines, ports, hospitals and rail/metro projects. Projects have been based on numerous standard and be-spoke Conditions of Contract, including the NEC/ECC Suite of Contracts, JCT Suite of Contracts, ICE Suite of Contract, FIDIC Suite of Contracts, I Chem E Suite of Contracts, ICC Suite of contracts and other EPC / Split EPC / EPIC / FEED / EPCM forms.
Svitlana Teush is Head of the Real Estate, Construction, Infrastructure and Renewable Energy practices at "Redcliffe Partners" law firm (Ukraine), an independent law firm which was formerly the Kyiv office of international law firm Clifford Chance. She holds Master's Degree in international law and PhD from Kyiv National T. Shevchenko University, as well as the Certificate of Completion of the power markets regulation course from the Florence School of Regulation. Svitlana has over 15 years of work experience as a legal practitioner. She is an author of numerous publications, and a regular speaker, on the topics related to the construction, energy and infrastructure industries, including the use of FIDIC contracts in Ukraine. She is a co-author, together with Lukas Klee, of the first ever dedicated article on Ukraine published in "The International Construction Law Review" (Issue No. 1, 2018) entitled "Legal Aspects of Using FIDIC Contracts in International Construction Projects in Ukraine" and a co-author, contributing an essay on Ukraine, to the second edition of the book "International Construction Contract Law" by Lukas Klee (2018).
Claudia Adalgiza Teodorescu
Claudia Adalgiza Teodorescu is acting as Quantum/Delay Witness Expert in Arbitration Cases held before the International Court of Arbitration in Paris. She has been working in the management of claims and disputes, administration of contracts, quantities' surveying; the value of infrastructure projects she has worked on amounts over 1 billion euro. Previously, she occupied positions of Infrastructure Expert for the Managing Authority for the Sectorial Operational Programme in Transport (part of the Ministry of Transports), Claims and Payments Expert, Head of Claims and Disputes Department for a Design and Supervision Company, Claims Expert, Quantities Surveyor, Contracts Administrator. Ms. Claudia holds a BSc. (Hons.) degree in Economics and a MSc. degree in Law
A trained engineer, Roger Ribeiro is the Head of Contract Advisory Services Mainland Europe at Currie & Brown. He has more than 18 years' international experience in procurement, contract management and construction supervision. He is a member of the Society of Construction Law (UK), the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and the Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (USA). Furthermore, Roger has been intensively trained during 18 months in a selective pupillage mentoring scheme for adjudicator. At Currie & Brown, Roger is providing impartial and tangible advisory services working for Clients in procurement, contract administration and claim management, with an expertise in FIDIC Contract conditions. Since the beginning of his career he has been involved in projects located in Europe, Central Asia and Africa.
Josef Zak is a Civil Engineer specialized in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) utilized for construction projects and associated business operations digitalization. He is working across range of projects in the Skanska which covers residential and commercial development and infrastructure projects. Josef is member of Skanska Global BIM Knowledge Group. Prior to joining the Skanska in 2016, he worked as software consultant for infrastructure projects with variety of design companies, developers and investors. Josef is also a lecturer at the Czech Technical University in Prague, member of national standardization bodies and member of European Committee for standardization (CEN TC 442 WG03). Josef holds PhD in Civil Engineering from Czech Technical University in Prague and has been granted to gain part of his education at University of Calgary, Canada and University of California, Berkeley, USA. Josef have published more than 60 articles in national and international journals and conferences in the field of civil engineering.