Building and Construction Law Update
Current challenges emerging in cases and contracts
This seminar will lead you through the current challenges emerging in cases and contracts, to assist you in relation to the advice you give. We will update you on emerging issues of concern in defects disputes and in risk allocation for future projects. Legal advisors are asked to provide agile and considered strategic advice for current and established projects including multi-dwelling projects. The role of the legal advisor is to explore the alternatives available to a client and provide practical advice, requiring a deep understanding of the industry, contracting models and risk allocation.
4 CPD Units (one unit per hour)
|8:30 am||Arrival and registration|
Introduction by our Chair
Keith Redenbach, Partner, Redenbach Lee Lawyers
Insights from the Bench
The Honourable Justice David Hammerschlag, Supreme Court of New South Wales Technology and Construction List Judge
Building and construction 2018: a year in review
Paul Folino-Gallo, Barrister, Third Floor Wentworth Chambers
Disputes and defects on domestic structures
Peter Pether, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
|11:05 am||Morning Tea|
Modular construction and building products - the next steps in legal and technology considerations
Andrew Chew, Partner, and Jennifer Gamble, Associate, Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Bespoke construction contracts
Jose De Ponte, Partner, DLA Piper
Further enquiries may be directed to:
UTS Law Short Courses Team
Phone: +61 2 9514 3389
Disclaimer: While it is the Faculty's intention to provide this Program as advertised, UTS reserves the right to alter the Program without notice.
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