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Building and Construction Industry (Security of Payment) Bill 2020 (WA) – The definitive review

Webinar presented by Lee Panotidis, Cathryn Greville, Deon Baddock and Bavani Rengasami.

Building and Construction Industry (Security of Payment) Bill 2020 (WA) – The definitive review

Webinar presented by Lee Panotidis, Cathryn Greville, Deon Baddock and Bavani Rengasami.

Hosted by Jackson McDonald.

The Design and Building Practitioners Act, The proposed regulations and their implications

SoCLA webinar presented by Laina Chan and Ewen McKay.

The Design and Building Practitioners Act, The proposed regulations and their implications

Accompanying slides to SoCLA webinar presented by Laina Chan and Ewen McKay.

Where next for the Australian PPP model?

Webinar presented by Owen Hayford of DLA Piper.

Where next for the Australian PPP model?

Accompanying slides to webinar presented by Owen Hayford.

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.

What’s happened to quantum meruit claims following Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd [2019] HCA 32?

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.

Pleading Unjust Enrichment Claims

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.