25 episodes

Here's a flavour of what you can expect from OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast...

In episode 1 Judith Ayling talks about the problems in costs management caused by the divide between incurred and budgeted costs, and the recent changes to PD3E.

In episode 2, Shaman Kapoor answers the questions: What were the early experiences from the Pilot? What has amounted to “good reason” in notable cases? How will the Court deal with phases if it finds there is a good reason to depart?

In episode 3 Marion Smith QC looks at recent case law dealing with third party costs orders. She considers how the court ensures that a liability for costs is shared fairly as between the losing party and (1) an expert and (2) a third party funder.

In episode 4 Paul Darling QC analyses the circumstances in which the Court will award indemnity costs. What if the case was very weak? What if the claim failed when there was a Defendant’s Part 36 offer? Will the Court of Appeal interfere with a first instance Judge?

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Here's a flavour of what you can expect from OUTLOOK: The Commercial, Construction and International Arbitration podcast...

In episode 1 Judith Ayling talks about the problems in costs management caused by the divide between incurred and budgeted costs, and the recent changes to PD3E.

In episode 2, Shaman Kapoor answers the questions: What were the early experiences from the Pilot? What has amounted to “good reason” in notable cases? How will the Court deal with phases if it finds there is a good reason to depart?

In episode 3 Marion Smith QC looks at recent case law dealing with third party costs orders. She considers how the court ensures that a liability for costs is shared fairly as between the losing party and (1) an expert and (2) a third party funder.

In episode 4 Paul Darling QC analyses the circumstances in which the Court will award indemnity costs. What if the case was very weak? What if the claim failed when there was a Defendant’s Part 36 offer? Will the Court of Appeal interfere with a first instance Judge?

    OUTLOOK: Contracting for the Climate - Five Highlights

    OUTLOOK: Contracting for the Climate - Five Highlights

    In this episode of Construction and the Climate, Ruth and Camilla look back on the ten episodes in the series so far and draw out five key highlights for listeners.

    • 9 min
    OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing (with Miles Lockwood)

    OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing (with Miles Lockwood)

    In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss greenwashing claims with Miles Lockwood.
    Miles is director of complaints and investigations at the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Miles joined the ASA in 2010 and is responsible for leading the complaints and investigations teams, dealing with over 30,000 complaints per year.
    This episode covers the ASA’s guidance on misleading environmental claims and what businesses should consider when making environmental claims, in particular when making claims in relation to carbon neutrality and net zero.

    • 17 min
    OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing

    OUTLOOK: Construction and the Climate - Greenwashing

    In this episode, Ruth Keating and Camilla ter Haar discuss greenwashing claims and how they relate to the construction sector. Camilla and Ruth discuss what can be done by the construction sector and those advising construction sector clients, on how to avoid greenwashing, without the need to greenhush.

    • 16 min
    OUTLOOK: Constructing for the Climate – The Road to Net Zero

    OUTLOOK: Constructing for the Climate – The Road to Net Zero

    In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Constructing for the Climate – The Road to Net Zero’ with Victoria Burrows.
    Victoria is Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council’s pioneering, global programme to accelerate total decarbonisation of the built environment. Victoria has a background in the sustainable development industry, ranging from client side advisory services, green building rating tool consultancy, and an on-site Head of Sustainability for a major international contractor. She has also co-authored the book ‘A Whole System Approach to High-Performance Green Buildings’.
    This episode discusses the tools, programmes and ideas that are paving the way to net zero.

    • 26 min
    OUTLOOK: Contracting for the Climate – Sustainability and Responsibility

    OUTLOOK: Contracting for the Climate – Sustainability and Responsibility

    In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Contracting for the Climate – Sustainability and Responsibility’ with Tiong Teck Wee.
    Tiong Teck Wee is the Co-Head of the Sustainability & Responsible Business Practice and a Partner in the Commercial & Corporate Disputes Practice at The Wong Partnership in Singapore. His main areas of practice are in multijurisdictional, complex, high-value commercial and corporate disputes. Teck Wee has represented and acted for global private, public, and state-owned clients from various jurisdictions (such as Singapore, Malaysia, India, Japan, PRC and U.S.).
    This episode discusses environmental-related issues in Singapore and more generally in Asia.

    • 24 min
    OUTLOOK: Building for the Future – Climate Change and the Built Environment

    OUTLOOK: Building for the Future – Climate Change and the Built Environment

    In this episode Camilla ter Haar and Ruth Keating discuss ‘Building for the Future – Climate Change and the Built Environment’ with Stephen Hodder MBE.
    Stephen is a former RIBA President and established the CIC Climate Change Committee. He is also the Chairman of Hodder + Partners. The practice that he founded (Hodder Associates) received the most important award in British Architecture for a single building, the inaugural Stirling Prize for Architecture for the Centenary Building, University of Salford.
    Given 80% of buildings for 2050 exist today, there is not only an enormous challenge to upgrade current building stock, but also the need to consider in the first instance the re-purposing of existing fabric rather than demolish. This episode focuses on the importance of design and construction to achieving net zero.

    • 13 min

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