Managing Relations between Project Parties: Balancing conflicting interests from Concession to Decomissioning
Article from: TDM 1 (2004), in International Commercial Arbitration
Once a dispute reaches such proportions that it eclipses the project itself and the reasons why the dispute arose in the first place, it becomes difficult to resolve it quickly, amicably and cost effectively. The more that one can keep the dispute attached to the project itself, the better. This is not to say that there is no way of avoiding a dispute in the first place. Too many people, the author suggests, fear, think that disputes are something which arise of their own accord - they simply appear one day and are, of course, nobody's fault. The paper describes ways in which ...