BuildLaw in brief

Getting it Right
Russell McVeagh: Getting it right from the ground up
17 August 2018

Russell McVeagh has this week published its report 'Getting it right from the ground up: A survey on construction disputes and how to avoid them'.
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SOCL Honorary Life Member
John Green awarded Honorary Life Membership to Society of Construction Law
2 August 2018

We were delighted to attend the Society of Construction Law’s annual dinner last week at which our managing director and founder, John Green, was recognised for his extensive contributions to the practice of construction law with an Honorary Life Membership. Read more about John's contributions here...
Donald Charrett Publication
The Application of Contracts in Engineering and Construction Projects
19 July 2018

We are pleased to announce that Routledge have just published Dr Donald Charrett's new book which provides unique and invaluable guidance on the role of contracts in construction and engineering projects.
BuildLaw in Brief Tile{3} Appointing an Adjudicator (ID 80643)
Initiating Adjudication: Back to Basics
Part Three: Appointing an Adjudicator
3 July 2018

How to secure the appointment of an adjudicator quickly and cost effectively.
BuildLaw In Brief Tile{3} service of notice of adjudication (ID 77025)
Initiating Adjudication: Back to Basics
Part Two: Service of the Notice of Adjudication
28 May 2018

Do you know the service requirements under the Act?
Retentions - maxed out
22 May 2018

Common retentions provisions in subcontracts may be unenforceable. A case note on Maxcon Constructions Pty Ltd v Vadasz [2018] HCA 5.
Adj Brochure
Adjudication Brochure 
14 May 2018

Download our 2018 Adjudication Booklet today.
Initiating Adj
Initiating Adjudication: Back to Basics
Part One: The Notice of Adjudication
10 May 2018

The preparation of the Notice of Adjudication is arguably the most important step in the Adjudication process. Make sure you get it right.
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