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BOOK REVIEW - Construction Arbitration (2nd Edition)

International Construction Law Review

BOOK REVIEW - Construction Arbitration (2nd Edition) Construction Arbitration (2nd Edition) by Global Arbitration Review 1 Andrew White, Hyun Ah Park and Geary Choe 2 Yulchon LLC Newly introduced to the world in September 2017 as the first of its kind, the Global Arbitration Review’s (GAR) Guide to Construction Arbitration achieves the seemingly impossible task of skillfully compiling and navigating through an insightful compendium of hands-on expertise and knowledge that is indispensable to the practice of construction arbitration. The Guide not only offers practical information to lawyers in various practice settings, but also generally useful information to non-lawyers and even future lawyers alike. While the Guide remains faithful to its core goal of carefully examining various aspects of construction dispute resolution, it also devotes a substantial portion of the text to fundamental issues arising out of international construction contracts. This is particularly true of Part I: International Construction Contracts, which consist of nine chapters that lay the ground work for understanding construction disputes. One of the chapters, “Introduction to the FIDIC Suite of Contracts,” has been substantially revised in the Second Edition to reflect the updated suite of contracts published by FIDIC (The International Federation of Consulting Engineers) in 2017. This Chapter, in particular, is a valuable primer on standard forms of contracts for use between employers and contractors on international construction projects. Further, a new chapter has been added to the Second Edition, building on the introductory material and specifically addressing the FIDIC 2017 Red and Yellow Book amendments. Finally, other chapters in Part I: (i) give an overview of claims and remedies contractors and employers have against one another 1 First Edition is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/edition/1001036/the-guide-to-construction-arbitration (last accessed 16 May 2019). Second Edition is available at https://globalarbitrationreview.com/edition/1001262/the-guide-to-construction-arbitration-second-edition (last accessed 16 May 2019). 2 Andrew White is a senior foreign counsel and co-chair of the International Dispute Resolution Team at Yulchon LLC. His practice focuses on international disputes and commercial transactions involving business and investment interests in Korea, the US, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Middle East. Backing up his effectiveness as a persuasive cross-border and cross-cultural negotiator, Mr White has practiced more than 35 years as a litigation lawyer (trial and appellate, arbitration/mediation) in the US and internationally. Immediately prior to joining Yulchon, Mr White was head of a practice group for a London-based international law firm, and he was also previously a partner and manager of a regional office for a major US-based law firm, as well as a Partner in a German law firm. Hyun Ah Park is a Partner in the International Dispute Resolution Team at Yulchon LLC where her practice is mainly focused on domestic litigation and international arbitration for international disputes. She also specialises in insurance law and has been dealing with many insurance related cases and provided legal advice with regards to insurance disputes. Geary Choe is a Foreign Attorney in the International Dispute Resolution Team at Yulchon LLC. 448

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