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Last edited 23 Jan 2016
2015 appointments to the Irish Construction Contracts Adjudication Panel
On 15 January 2016, the Iris Oifigiúil (the Irish State Gazette) published a list of the Construction Contracts Adjudication Panel, newly-appointed for the next 5 years. It suggests that Ireland might be moving towards commencement of its Construction Contracts Act 2013. Interestingly, about 1/3 of the panel is based outside the Republic of Ireland – mostly England but a couple from Northern Ireland and one from Scotland.
It is tempting for small jurisdictions to be parochial, but experience from all sorts of disciples benefits from exposure to a certain amount of outside influence. Ireland has perhaps the best drafted construction adjudication law in the world – it is time it is deployed.
These appointments are for the period commencing on the 8th December, 2015 and ending on the 7th December, 2020:
- Mr. Timothy Bouchier-Hayes
- Mr. Ciaran Fahy
- Mr. Bernard Gogarty
- Mr. James O’Donoghue
- Mr. Conor Kelly
- Mr. James Bridgeman
- Mr. Gerard O’Sullivan
- Mr. Joe Behan
- Mr. John Redmond
- Mr. Matthew Molloy
- Dr. John Derek Ross
- Mr. John Lyden
- Mr. Tony Reddy
- Mr. John Thomas Gibbons
- Mr. Toal Ó Muiré
- Mr. Anthony Bingham
- Mr. Jonathan Cope
- Mr. Kevin Brady
- Mr. David O’Leary
- Mr. Gerard Monaghan
- Mr. James Golden
- Mr. Raymond Nash
- Mr. Conor Hogan
- Mr. John Riches
- Mr. Len Bunton
- Mr. John Costello
- Mr. Nigel Davies
- Mr. Simon McKenny
- Mr. Niall Lawless
- Mr. Niall Meagher
The original version of this article can be seen at Irish Ayes Posted on 19/01/2016 by Robert Fenwick Elliott.
--Robert Fenwick Elliott 08:44, 23 Jan 2016 (BST)
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