On Wednesday (14th May 2014) I will be talking for the Society of Construction Law Australia in Brisbane on Security of Payment Reform – a State or National issue?
This is a free event, but those who want to come should book in today. Details are as follows:
Wednesday 14th May 2014
123 Eagle Street,
The Society of Construction Law Australia invites you to join
Robert Fenwick Elliott, Barrister
Jeremy Chenoweth, Ashurst
for a discussion on the topic of
Security of Payment Reform – a State or National issue?
Queensland and New South Wales have recently announced reforms to their security of payment legislation.
But should reform by a State or National issue?
And what are the consequences of the further fragmentation of State-based legislative models?
Join us for a discussion of the proposed reforms and the future of adjudication in the Australian construction industry led by Robert Fenwick-Elliott. As well as being one of the industry’s leading practitioners, Robert is ideally placed to lead the discussion as Chair of the Australian Legislation Reform Sub-Committee and author of a Report on Security of Payment and Adjudication in the Australian Construction Industry, which lays the case for Federally-led reform.
This event is free of charge. Feel free to distribute flyer among your colleagues.
To book, RSVP before Monday 12th May 2014 to: firstname.lastname@example.org