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Pemex Loses Arbitration Award Appeal
8/11/2016 5:42:45 PM
Description: A US appeals court recently upheld a decision confirming a judgement won through arbitration by a unit of KBR Inc. in the company’s contract dispute with Mexico’s national oil company, Pemex. The award was for $465 million.   The


Arbitration Begins between Otto marine and Robert Knutzen Shipholding
8/11/2016 5:42:07 PM
Description: Otto Marine has moved forward with arbitration in Singapore regarding its dispute with Robert KnutzenShipholding and Robert Knutzen personally. The dispute stems from charter contract disputes between the two companies and Knutzen.   Otto


The Edgewater Hotel Loses Arbitration, Ordered to Pay Contractors
8/5/2016 4:17:39 PM
Description: The Edgewater hotel recently lost an arbitration ruling when the panel ruled it would need to pay more than $14 million to the general contractor and an architectural firm regarding its $100 million construction project’s delays and cost


Hillsborough Street Project Headed to Arbitration
5/16/2016 5:28:37 PM
Description: Construction stopped on the Hillsborough Lofts apartments and retail buildings in December, but many hope the project will begin again now that arbitration could settle the disputes surrounding the project. The project is taking place on


Arbitration Ruling Downplayed by NFL Officials
3/10/2016 5:38:23 PM
Description: The recent NFL arbitration ruling was a big topic at the recent Scouting Combine. The ruling resulted in the determination the league was guilty of diverting money from the pot that funds the salary cap into stadium-renovation exception that does


Hillsboro Contractor Requests Arbitration
2/21/2016 6:09:46 PM
Description: A contractor working at Hi-Tech Center in Hillsboro is now seeking arbitration concerning the penalties assessed by the county’s architect regarding an unfinished project. Gilbert Construction’s owner Randy Gilbert brought the matter to


Rule Changes Make Construction Arbitration a More Appealing Option
10/6/2015 2:21:50 PM
Description: Recent changes in arbitration rules will now make it an even more appealing option for resolving construction disputes.  The American Arbitration Association recently instituted the new rules under its Construction Industry Arbitration


New Arbitration Rules Adopted by American Arbitration Association
8/4/2015 4:17:56 PM
Description:   The American Arbitration Association recently adopted revised Construction Industry Arbitration Rules. The new rules took effect July 1 and include significant changes that are intended to make the process of arbitration must more


New Rules Go into Place this Summer for Resolving Construction Industry Disputes through Arbitration
7/10/2015 11:44:15 AM
Description: Arbitration is frequently used in the construction industry to settle disputes. It is extremely effective and provides benefits to everyone involved in the dispute, and members of the American Arbitration Association believe it will improve even


Chinese Construction Intended to Undermine Arbitration Process
5/13/2015 2:55:18 PM
Description: As The Philippines seems poised to achieve an arbitration victory against China is the disputed areas of the South China Sea that have seen aggressive Chinese presence over the last few years, China has embarked on large-scale reclamation projects