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Major Project Risk Allocation is broken - Who is to blame? What can be done?

Accompanying slides to webinar presented by Veno Panicker of Blackstone Waterhouse, Pedram Danesh-Mand of KPMG and Julian Hemms of ConnellGriffin.

Major Project Risk Allocation is broken - Who is to blame? What can be done?

Webinar presented by Veno Panicker of Blackstone Waterhouse, Pedram Danesh-Mand of KPMG and Julian Hemms of ConnellGriffin.

Payments – No liquidated damages due to COVID-19

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

'Out-of-pocket' security, out of control?

A highly commended paper in the Brooking Prize 2019 by Tina Funge.

Now published at [2020] International Construction Law Review 4.

Incorporating Active Risk Management In Construction Contracts

Winner of the Brooking Student Prize 2017 - Kevin Pascoe  (published at (2018) 33 BCL 333)

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