CIArb Ireland promotes Project Management to Avoid Disputes in Construction

By ciarbadmin Monday, 9th April 2018 | 0 comments
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Construction is a high-risk business. Delays and differences between parties are common. By its very nature, the delivery of a construction project is a dynamic process, this requires members of project teams to work together to fine-tune and adjust the detailed project requirements, designs and construction methods, sequence, resources, and logistics. However, considerable project resources... click here for the full article.

Review of the Administration of Civil Justice

By ciarbadmin Thursday, 11th January 2018 | 0 comments
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The branch is currently putting together a submission in relation to the recently announced Review of the Administration of Civil Justice and the contributions and views of members would be most welcome. For more information please see:

Presidential Signing of the Mediation Act

By ciarbadmin Tuesday, 3rd October 2017 | 0 comments
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CIArb Ireland welcomes the signing by the President, Michael C. Higgins, of the Mediation Act.  Solicitors and barristers now have a statutory obligation to advise their clients of the mediation option and provide information on mediation services, including details of mediators, information about the advantages and benefits of mediation, information on confidentiality obligations and the enforceability of mediation settlements.  Click here for press release for CIArb Ireland Chairman Bill Holohan. 

CIArb Ireland - website launch 2017

By ciarbAdmin Monday, 3rd April 2017 | 0 comments
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CIArb Ireland launches its new website at the 2017 AGM.  This new website will include a brand new design look and feel, responsive content to mobile devices, seamless payment options for courses and events, a simplified online services application and a publicly accessible members database for any member who wishes to create their own personal CIArb Ireland profile page. It was constructed to be Google friendly andis fully content managed to give us simple editing control over all website sections, text, photos, videos and search engine optimisation of site pages.