Company informationCMSQUARE UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
91054 Erlangen, Germany
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Fürth, HRB 14205
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Exclusion of liability1. Content of the Web site
CMSQUARE does not warrant the timeliness, correctness, completeness, or quality of the information provided. Liability claims against CMSQUARE that are based on material or non-pecuniary damage of any kind caused by the use or failure to use the offered information or as a result of using erroneous and incomplete information, are excluded as a matter of principle to the extent that HSP Hochspannungsgeräte did not act deliberately or with gross negligence. All offers remain subject to change and nonbinding. CMSQUARE expressly reserves the right to amend, supplement, or delete portions of pages or the entire Web site without separate notice or to cease publication, either temporarily or permanently.
2. Reference & links
Any direct or indirect references to outside Web sites (hyperlinks) that are outside the scope of responsibility of CMSQUARE would result in a liability obligation only if CMSQUARE were aware of the content and only if it would be technically feasible for it to prevent the use of unlawful content and it could reasonably be expected to do so. CMSQUARE hereby expressly declares that no illegal content was recognizable on the pages to be linked at the time the links were established. CMSQUARE has no influence whatsoever on the current or future configuration, content, or authorship of the linked/connected pages. Therefore, it hereby expressly distances itself from all content of all linked/connected pages that were changed after establishment of the link. This statement applies to all links and references established within the company’s own Web site and for all outside entries in the guest books, discussion forums, link directories, and mailing lists created by CMSQUARE, as well as any other form of data base whose content is accessible to outside entries. The provider of the Web page to which reference has been made, not the party to which the respective publication merely refers through links, is solely responsible for illegal, erroneous, or incomplete content and, in particular, for damage resulting from the use or failure to use such offered information.
3. Copyrights and trademark rights
CMSQUARE does its utmost to respect the copyrights of the graphics, audio files, video sequences, and texts used in all of its publications and to use graphics, audio files, video sequences, and texts that it has produced or to use unlicensed graphics, audio files, video sequences, and texts. All brand names and trademarks that are mentioned in the Web site and may be protected by third party copyrights and trademarks are subject without limitation to the respective applicable trademark rights and the ownership rights of the individual registered owners. It may not be concluded on the basis of a mere mention that the trademark is not protected by third-party rights. The copyright for objects that have been produced by CMSQUARE itself remains solely with CMSQUARE. Any duplication or use of such graphics, audio files, video sequences, and texts in other electronic or printed publications is not allowed without the specific authorization of CMSQUARE.
4. Data protection
If it is possible within the Web site to input personal or business data (e mail addresses, names, addresses), the user divulges that data on an specifically voluntary basis. The use of and payment for all offered services is also allowed – to the extent this is technically feasible and can be reasonably expected – without providing such data or when providing anonymized data or a pseudonym. The use by third parties of the contact data disclosed as part of the section on company information or comparable information, such as postal addresses, telephone numbers, and fax numbers, as well as e mail addresses, for the transmission of information that has not been specifically requested is not allowed. The right to institute legal proceedings against parties sending what is known as “spam” is specifically reserved in the event of violations of this prohibition.
5. Legal effect of this exclusion of liability
This exclusion of liability should be considered an integral part of the Web site from which reference has been made to this page. To the extent that portions or individual formulations in this text do not correspond, no longer correspond, or do not completely correspond to the current legal situation, the content and validity of the remaining parts of the document shall remain unaffected.
EXPERIENCED. SUCCESSFUL. WORLDWIDE.
CMSQUARE offers customized assistance to its clients during the preparation phase of bid/tender, including drafting of bespoke general conditions and special conditions of contract, review of contract technical documentation for completeness and compatibility with the conditions of contract under the applicable law.
CMSQUARE equally supports contractors preparing bids for complex international projects, including assessing risks in the general and special conditions of contract, bid review for completeness of scope, drafting of clarification questions, contract negotiation and drafting of final clarifications for inclusion in contract documents.
Construction and infrastructure projects are complex and the contractor’s performance is often below expectations. Chronic disputes with owners/employers, suppliers and subcontractors as well as unexpected outcomes to measures taken during the execution of the works are all indicators of uncontrolled deterioration of the project situation. Poor management of any of these aspects may lead to unnecessary delays, claims and disputes and eventually higher costs.
Project Assessments and Contractual Audits
CMSQUARE’s solutions are highly customized to meet the individual needs of its clients by means of assessment and/or audits of project procedures; this allows determining the likely cause of problems, identifying high risk in projects during the bid, planning and execution phase and offering pragmatic advice in order to accentuate management’s awareness of these projects.
Project Support Services
CMSQUARE has extensive experience in providing high-value services in international projects. Our portfolio of advisory services covers specific assistance in reviewing contracts for potential risk exposures, preparation of key documents and correspondence, contract management support in drafting requests for extension of time or contractual adjustments, as well as support in the preparation and conduct of alternative and judicial dispute resolution procedures.
CMSQUARE also provides on-call support and advice during the project’s execution phase in relation to contractual interpretation and drafting of contractual letters. These services can be undertaken on an ad-hoc basis and are also suited for long-distance working.
CMSQUARE supports its clients in the preparation, substantiation and negotiation of claims in order to prevent expensive and time-consuming disputes providing high-value services in:
CMSQUARE provides effective support throughout formal dispute resolution processes, assisting with document discovery, claim analysis, deposition preparation, as well as reviewing the opposing party’s claims and expert analysis. In addition, CMSQUARE may assist their client’s legal representatives with the technical understanding required to present the case through the client’s witnesses.
CMSQUARE’s integrated network of dispute resolution services includes:
CMSQUARE delivers custom-made as well as standardised training in diverse forms of international construction and supply contracts and offers related courses such as contract administration, claims preparation and evaluation and the full suite of dispute resolution procedures.
Our seminars and webinars are designed with the objective to provide:
In order to increase the benefit gained from our trainings, we interact with the clients’ coordinator during the preparation of the seminar/webinar and help to determine specific weaknesses within the clients’ own contract, claims and change order management, and to develop a customized presentation which contributes to maximizing the group participation and skills transfer.
Cecilia Misu is an Electrical Engineer with extensive experience in power generation and infrastructure projects in Europe, the Middle East, Far East Africa, and Latin America.
Cecilia Misu holds an LLM in Transnational Commercial Law, an LLM (with distinction) in Construction Law and Arbitration from Robert Gordon University, UK, and a Certificate in Administration of International Construction Contracts from the John Moore University, UK. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIARb) in London, a qualified FIDIC DAB Member and a Member of the Institute of World Business Law of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris.
She has considerable experience in the international arena at expert level working on projects using standard and bespoke main contracts and sub-contracts including NEC and FIDIC, and specialises in the preparation and management of construction claims and disputes, particularly those involving delay and disruption. Cecilia Misu also has extensive experience in the preparation and evidentiary support on substantial international arbitral proceedings. She has worked on disputes in Europe, the Middle East and South America.
Cecilia Misu regularly lectures in Europe and overseas on Construction Law, Contract & Claims Management and Dispute Resolution issues. She is also periodically invited to be a speaker in Construction Claims and Dispute Resolution conferences in Latin America and Europe.
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