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Standard Form Construction Contracts – Key Issues and Developments in Australia and Overseas

Thursday 20 Jun 2019
Location: 
Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
The Sydney and Perth venues are now at capacity.

Standard form contracts remain popular in the construction industry in Australia and overseas. In particular, the Australian Standard forms of contract are commonly used for construction projects in Australia and New Zealand, and the FIDIC and NEC forms of contract are often used for international construction projects. It is important for industry participants and advisers to be aware of recent developments in relation to these standard form contracts, as well as key tips and traps.

The Society is pleased to present an interactive panel discussion on ‘Standard Form Construction Contracts – Key Issues and Developments in Australia and Overseas.’

The Society has arranged for a number of prominent speakers to contribute to this event (in person at their location and via video conference for all other venues) - it promises to be an informative and interesting evening.

Confirmed speakers and topics are as follows:

  • Dr Donald Charrett (Melbourne) - FIDIC – Recent Developments and Key Tips and Traps
  • Steven Evans (Brisbane) - NEC Suite of Contracts – Recent Developments and Key Tips and Traps
  • Professor Ian Bailey AM SC (Sydney) - AS11000 – Status update
  • Donna Charlesworth (Perth) - Australian Standard forms of contracting – key trends in Western Australia

More information, including time, location and rsvp details are available on this flyer

Please note the SoCLA online registration system is only for the Sydney event.  

The Sydney and Perth venues are now at capacity.

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