Taner spent the first five years at Corbett & Co working for the Romanian Government.
– Acting for the Employer (Respondent) in relation to ICC proceedings concerning a road project under an amended FIDIC Red Book 1999. The value of the claim was €21 million. The Contractor sought a partial final award in the proceedings to enforce the DAB’s ‘binding’ DAB decisions. Taner appeared as sole counsel at this hearing.
– Acting for the Employer (Respondent) in relation to the construction of a dual carriageway by an international contractor in Romania under the FIDIC Red Book 1999. This case has involved 5 DAB Referrals in which the Claimant claimed €29 million and three subsequent ICC arbitrations. The disputes involved: (1) claims for delay and disruption costs; (2) the termination of contract; (3) and Employer’s claim for defective works. The value of the dispute in arbitration exceeds €32m. There have already been complex jurisdiction arguments and there are likely to be further jurisdiction arguments. The Contractor sought enforcement of ‘binding’ DAB decisions in arbitration.
– Acted for the Employer (Respondent) in a project under a FIDIC Red Book 1999. This road Rehabilitation project concerned a motorway in Romania. The Contractor referred a complicated delay and disruption claim to the DAB. The value of the claim was €12,638,604.31 plus interest of €2,721,417.35.
– Advising the Employer (Respondent) in relation to the termination of a FIDIC 1999 Yellow book. This road project related to the construction of a motorway in Romania. Works value before Variation was approximately €59m.