It is with much regret that this is the final post for Kluwer Construction Blog. Over the last 14 months the blog has informed us of significant infrastructure and energy projects from South America to Europe and Asia, kept us up to speed on developments in dispute resolution processes in the Gulf, Asia Pacific, Australia and the U.S. and given insights and advice about practical issues facing contractors around the world .We have very much enjoyed publishing and following the blog, but unfortunately supply has outweighed demand. We have sadly realized that there just isn’t enough of a call for the blog at this current point in time.
The good news – all of our fantastic contributions will remain here on the blog for the next 6 months, giving you plenty of time to search, peruse and re-read your favourite posts.
On behalf of Kluwer we would like to extend a huge thank you to all involved, especially Sarah Thomas, Pinsent Masons (editor), and our much valued team of regular contributors. But, we would also like to thank all of you out there who have been following the blog over the last 14 months.
Should you wish to stay abreast of developments in the international arbitration world, we would be delighted if you would sign up for our Arbitration Blog at www.wolterskluwerblogs.com. The blog works in the same way, by entering your email address posts will be delivered straight to your inbox as they go live.
Equally if you would like to keep abreast of developments in construction law or trends in international construction, please feel free to sign up to receive Pinsent Mason’s e-newsletter. You can do this by clicking the link: www.pinsentmasons.com/myprofile then clicking the ‘create new profile link’. If you have any queries regarding this facility please feel free to contact Sarah Thomas of Pinsent Masons at email@example.com.
It just remains for us to thank you for following the blog over the past few months: thank you.
Kluwer Law International