Webinar presented by Owen Hayford of DLA Piper.
Accompanying slides to webinar presented by Owen Hayford.
Webinar presented by Veno Panicker of Blackstone Waterhouse, Pedram Danesh-Mand of KPMG and Julian Hemms of ConnellGriffin.
Accompanying slides to webinar presented by Veno Panicker of Blackstone Waterhouse, Pedram Danesh-Mand of KPMG and Julian Hemms of ConnellGriffin.
Paper presented by Nicholas Gallina in SoCLA seminar "Mann v Paterson, a new approach to quantum meruit claims and navigating the way forward" on 18 August 2020.
Paper presented by Dr Richard Manly QC in SoCLA seminar "Mann v Paterson, a new approach to quantum meruit claims and navigating the way forward" on 18 August 2020.
2020 SoCLA Financial Report
SoCLA webinar presented by Amri Denton of HKA.
Accompanying slides to SoCLA webinar presented by Amri Denton on 23 July 2020.
SoCLA Chair's Report for 2020
SoCLA Notice of Annual General Meeting 2020.
Accompanying slides to SoCLA webinar presented by Petrina Macpherson, William Kerr, Jeremie Witt and Samuel McCarthy on 15 July 2020.
SoCLA webinar presented by Petrina Macpherson, William Kerr, Jeremie Witt and Samuel McCarthy.
A commended paper in the 2020 Brooking Prize by Dr Donald Charrett. (Now published at (2020) 193 ACLN 6)
Winner of the 2020 Brooking Prize by Paul Tamburro
Accompanying slides to Julian Bailey's webinar on 23 June 2020.
Construction law has evolved in numerous ways over the past few years. In England and Australia, many developments have taken place along common lines. But there are also some notable differences, which give us cause for reflection as to ‘which approach works best’.
This webinar presented by Julian Bailey will consider some of the key developments in construction law and notable areas of divergence in construction law between England and Australia.
ACIF Update Report June 2020 - copyright to ACIF. Do not distribute or forward
SoCLA webinar presented by Brendan Read and Vishka Peiris.
Paper presented by Joel Silver
Paper presented by Andrew Downie via SoCLA webinar.
COVID-19 - Frustration and Force Majeure Relief - Construction Contracts
Submission to the Australian Construction Industry Forum as part of the ACIF contribution to the Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 and the government's response
Now, with cashflow more critical than ever, understanding recent changes to security of payment regimes and the effects of COVID-19-induced legislation is crucial for clients and their advisors alike.
Matthew Hickey and Bianca Kabel deliver a concise and practical summary of what was, is and might be, when it comes to securing payment for construction projects of all sizes and at all stages of development.
ACIF Update Report April 2020 - copyright to ACIF. Do not distribute or forward