Events & Seminars

Full day workshop titled “CNC or EOT Kisah Benar, Liquidated Damages or Loss & Expense”

KOMTAR Auditorium C Penang Road Penang
Ar. Anthony Lee Tee, Mr Rodney Martin and Mr Foo Joon Liang
PAM NORTHERN CHAPTER

 
Fees
Before
08 July
 
 (RM)
After
08 July
 
 (RM)
 
PAM / RISM /IEM / MIP members
 
40.00
 
80.00
 
Student with 2019 student ID
Please upload your ID with payment

10.00

 20.00
 
Others
 
80.00
 
160.00


CLOSING DATE :
 15 July 2019 
or once seats are fully subscribed

Breakfast and registration starts at 8:30am
LUNCH IS NOT PROVIDED

4 LAM CPD Points 
3 BQSM CPD Points 

Non-Attendance Fee RM240.00


Main Morning Sponsor -
RNC INTEGRAL CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY (M) SDN BHD


Morning Sponsor  -
(BMI) Monier Sdn Bhd


Main Afternoon Sponsor  -
Laticrete (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd


Topics:
Consolidated look at PAM CPD on EOT so far..
Myths and Misconception
Kisah Benar – ‘Parang Contract’
Architects - still relevant – think again.
Programmers, Planners MS Project, Primavera or Kopitiam
TIA, Collapsed As-built, As-Planned Impact Analysis,
But-For, WTF Navigating the Jargon
CIPAA and EOT…really?
 

What to Expect:
What a typical Application for EOT looks like now
The Changed Landscape in Penang
Lightning Quiz – the Inconvenient Truth
 

What to Bring:
Your Burning Questions
Android Handphone or Tablet (wifi-enabled) for QUIZ


Biography
Ar. Anthony Lee Tee
 has been a Registered Practising Architect since 1995, and continues to practice as an Accredited Architect, Independent Building Inspector and Forensics Building Inspector,Certified Trainer. He is a director of the Architect Centre Sdn Bhd. He  has  30  years’  experience  in  project  coordination  and  in bridging communication with foreign-based client, consultants and Japanese,  Korean,  Malaysian,  Australian,  India  and  Chinese contractors/sub-contractors. He is involved in projects in Moscow, Thailand, Brunei, Sabah and Sarawak.  Anthony’s experience has seen him being appointed as an expert witness in numerous dispute resolution matters in and outside Malaysia,including in international arbitrations.
Anthony has now taken on the position as the Group Chief Operating Officer and Transformation Officer of Bina Puri Holdings Berhad. He oversees the entire operations for the Bina Puri Group of Companies, particularly its property and construction businesses. In this position, Anthony sees the impact of disputes on an industry player and appreciates the importance of a professionally competent Contract Administrator; or the role familiar with Architects – “the SO”.5
Having been on the side of a claimant as well as a respondent in a number of dispute resolution processes including CIPAA adjudications, which often involve set off as a result of CNC & LD, Anthony has experienced the complexities and processes of EOT, CNC, LD, Loss & Expense first-hand.

Mr Rodney Martin
BSc, LLB(Hons),MSc, MRICS, FCIArb, FMIArb, FSIArb, FMSAdj
Rodney is the Chief Executive of the Charlton Martin Group with overall responsibility for the three Charlton Martin offices in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Of his 32 years of experience, 22 have been at senior level in this region. Additionally, Rodney has worked for many clients in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and India. Rodney holds dual qualifications in quantity surveying and law and as a chartered quantity surveyor is a specialist in construction contract consultancy providing professional and technical
advice to clients relating to contract documentation, contractual claims, dispute avoidance and resolution. He is an accredited mediator, panel arbitrator and panel adjudicator with the Asian International Arbitration Centre and is an experienced speaker within the region. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators as well as both the Malaysian and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. Rodney has been appointed as Expert Witness on matters relating to quantum and delay and has acted as lay advocate in arbitration proceedings. Rodney has also been appointed as an arbitrator, mediator, adjudicator and as a dispute adjudication board member in Malaysia. Upon relocating to Malaysia in 1997, he was Director responsible for the JR Knowles consultancy business in Malaysia and then the region for10 years be for starting his own firm, Charlton Martin Consultants in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Hong Kong in 2007. He has lived and worked in Kuala Lumpur since 1997 and is a Permanent Resident of Malaysia. His passion is dispute avoidance through training at grass roots level.

Mr Foo Joon Liang
Advocate & Certified Adjudicator (AIAC)
Co-Founder, Gan Partnership
Foo Joon Liang was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2000 and has had extensive involvement in dispute resolution and advisory work. He has advised a wide range of clients including the state government, Ministry of Works, developers and contractors, government-linked companies, financial institutions and securities and foreign and local broking houses across a broad spectrum of litigation matters in Court and in arbitration, with his main focus being construction, insurance and securities transaction disputes. He is also involved in advisory work, and regularly appears as counsel at all levels of the Malaysian courts, in arbitration and adjudication.
Joon Liang is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom, and is currently a director of the Malaysian Chapter of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, United Kingdom. He also sits on the panel of arbitrators of the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC) and is certified by the AIAC as an adjudicator. Apart from appearing as counsel in arbitration and adjudication, Joon Liang also sits as adjudicator and as arbitrator in both construction and non-construction related disputes. Joon Liang’s recent matters include his involvement as counsel in an ongoing series of litigation involving the highly publicised collapse of a pedestrian bridge in a major development in the Klang Valley, and appearing as counsel in the Commission of Inquiry initiated by the State of Penang on the devastating collapse of a hillslope in Tanjung Bungah. He has also acted in several disputes arising from construction projects and power plants in both East and West Malaysia, including the disputes on the development of the Port Klang Free Zone, the construction of the landmark Putrajaya Mosque as well as a large consolidated development in Penampang. Joon  Liang also acted in View Esteem Sdn Bhd v Bina Puri Holdings Bhd [2017] 1 LNS 1378, the first decision to have been delivered by the Federal Court on CIPAA.
Joon Liang authored the Malaysian chapters on “Arbitration” and “Dispute Resolution” for the international publication of “Getting the Deal Through” over several years until 2015