Our speakers are:
Peter Harris Based in Tokyo, Peter Harris is Counsel in the Dispute Resolution Group at Clifford Chance. Peter regularly advises clients in the construction and engineering industry on prosecuting and defending claims arising out of delay events including claims for extension of time, prolongation costs and liquidated damages. Peter also publishes regularly in the field and, in 2021, Peter's article 'Pacing Delays – A Legal Perspective' was published in the Construction Law Journal (Vol 37, Issue 5). Peter also has experience of cross-examining delay experts before international tribunals. Having practised as a lawyer in England, Singapore, Perth and Japan, Peter has comparative experience of a range of projects around the world.
Chris Clark. Based in Perth, Australia, Chris Clark is a Senior Managing Director in Ankura’s Construction Disputes and Advisory practice. A chartered civil engineer with 30 years of experience with civil engineering contracting and consulting organisations, Chris has been appointed as delay expert in numerous dispute resolution proceedings providing expert opinion on issues such as delay, disruption, concurrency and pacing. Chris has gained project management experience with major civil engineering contractors on large infrastructure projects including road, rail, airport and energy projects. As delay expert, Chris has been involved in projects as diverse as transport infrastructure, high-rise construction, oil and gas, energy and resources.
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