JAMS Global Construction Solutions - Volume 4, No. 3 • Fall 2011


In This Issue:

Costs in International Construction Arbitration; JAMS Goes International — and U.K. Adjudication Comes to the U.S. and JAMS; The Collaborative Settlement Process and Its Application in Construction Disputes; JAMS International Arrives in Europe; Dispute Resolution: Reasons for Construction Disputes; and Notices & Events.

Costs in International Construction Arbitration

Are we going to win? If we win, will we recover the fees and expenses that we paid to our lawyers and others? If we lose, what will it cost us? These are familiar and legitimate questions that clients ask. At the outset of any construction arbitration, a party wants to know not only what it may have to pay, but whether it will get back any of the costs spent on the case should it be successful. Pessimists and realists also wish to know the costs that might be due if the outcome was unsuccessful.

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