Construction Disputes under Omani Law with Masin

About this webinar

During this session  Joanna Lane, Editor of Chambers Global  and Masin CEO, Rohit Singhal, will be joined by MRP Advisory Partner, Rishabh Jogani, Independent Arbitrator, Adrian Cole and Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP Partner, Antonia Birt.

The webinar will be followed by a live Q&A session.

Key discussion points will include:
•  Liquidated damages application under Omani law
•  Notices under Omani law
•  Concurrent delays under Omani law
•  Exception clauses

Event Details:
Event date
Monday, 26 April 2021
10:00 am - 10:45 am UTC
Event location
Online
Event tiers
All attendees - Free

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Rohit Singhal Chief Executive Officer and Construction Dispute Expert, Middle East/India/Singapore - Masin
Rohit Singhal is the Chief Executive Officer of Masin, which is one of the leading international construction arbitration expert firm. Mr. Singhal has over 23 years of international experience involving construction contract disputes, expert testimony and project management. Rohit Singhal has extensive arbitration and expert appointment experience and has been appointed as expert witness more than 50 times on delay, technical and quantum mattersfor construction arbitrations. Mr. Singhal has presented and published numerous articlesand undertaken several speaking assignmentson the subjects of claims, schedule and damage analyses and claims preventioninconstruction and engineering projects.He has been awarded with prestigious “Outstanding Expert of the Year Award 2019” by International Arbitrators & Experts in Engineering Sector (IAEE), UAE.Before Masin, Mr. Singhal was Chief Executive Officer for a major international oil & gas EPC contractor. In this role, he had the responsibility for managing the profit & loss account of the company worth USD 0.5 billion in India & MENA region.
Rishabh Jogani, Partner - MRP Advisory
Rishabh is an India qualified lawyer with several years of experience. In addition to construction law, he specialises in shareholder disputes, intellectual property law issues, debt recovery claims and real estate matters. He has represented clients in both domestic and international arbitrations. He has done several ad-hoc arbitrations and arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA or SIAC institutional rules. He has represented clients in arbitrations governed by Indian, English, Singaporean, Kazakhstani or Sudanese law. He has also managed complex litigations before the Indian Courts As an experienced lawyer, he has managed hundreds of challenging disputes before various forums. He regularly advises clients on various legal issues. Rishabh has previously worked with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Mumbai, DSK Legal, Mumbai and Mr. Pradeep Sancheti, Sr. Advocate, Bombay High Court. Rishabh holds Bachelors of Law and Bachelors of Legal Science degrees from the University of Mumbai. He also holds an LL.M in Comparative and International Dispute Resolution from Queen Mary University of London and also holds a Masters in Intellectual Property Law, IGNOU, New Delhi.
Adrian Cole - Independent Arbitrator
Adrian Cole is a construction dispute specialist with expertise in energy, real estate and infrastructure development and formerly led King & Spalding's Middle East Dispute Resolution Practice. He practices as an Independent Arbitrator, Mediator and Dispute Board member. Mr Cole is listed by Who’s Who Legal as one of the top 25 construction dispute resolution lawyers in the World and ranked tier one by Chambers Global and Legal 500. Part of the “Global Elite” in thought leadership, "He's the kind of guy you want with you rather than against you." and is ranked for “his knowledge in arbitration” (Chambers Global). He "stands out as a strong expert in construction-related dispute resolution" (Legal 500). As arbitrator, Mr Cole has decided over 70 significant and complex construction cases sitting with some of the world’s leading construction arbitrators and is listed by Chambers Global 2021 as one of the most in demand arbitrators.
Antonia Birt, Partner - Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP
Partner in International Arbitration practice based in Dubai with a focus on avoiding and resolving commercial and construction disputes in the Middle East and Africa. Antonia advises on the full cycle of complex,high-value disputes, including with respect to settlement negotiations, various ADR methods, formal dispute resolution processes and enforcement.
Joanna Lane Editor, Canada, Africa, Caribbean, the Middle East and Offshore - Chambers and Partners
Joanna joined Chambers in 2010 as a researcher on the Global team, before being promoted to Deputy Editor. She took on the role of Editor of the Canada guide in its inaugural year in 2014, and was appointed editor of Chambers Global (ROW) in 2019. Prior to moving to London she worked at a nightlife magazine in Singapore, and taught English in Taiwan. Joanna grew up in Canada, and graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa with a degree in International Development. She also completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism at the London School of Journalism.

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Monday, 26 Apr 2021 • 10:00 am UTC
Construction Disputes under Omani Law with Masin
All attendees - Free