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Adjudication Matters! Evidencing A Claim NEW

Thursday 15th April 2021, 6pm - Online Seminar- 1 hour- FREE to attend

Mohammed Haque is a dual qualified legal and quantum professional, Construction Claims and Dispute Resolution is not only his profession it’s his passion too. In this new series Mohammed will be addressing the Adjudication process from all sides including, making, responding to and defending a claim and how to compile evidence to get the best result

The third session will address evidencing a claim – how best to prepare, timescales, responses and paperwork

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