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27 Auckland + livestream
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at the beautiful InterContinental Hotel.
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Swissotel The Bosphorus, Besiktas, Istanbul, Turkey
The conference theme “Winds of Change” is carefully selected, focusing on the changes and transformation of conditions in construction contracting from both local and international perspectives, after global scale disruptions like the pandemic and climate change.
The Conference programme will begin with speakers from the American and Canadian Colleges of Construction Lawyers (ACCL & CCCL) on the afternoon of 18 October, followed by a Bosphorus Networking Boat Tour. There will be a gala dinner on 19 October 2023 and a cocktail reception on 20 October 2022.
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Anyone who wishes to present to the Society of Construction Law on a construction law related topic is invited to email the Secretary, Jonathan Forsey, indicating their interest in presenting and summarising their proposed presentation topic.
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Introducing our speakers | Recording, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
Consultants often object to contract terms that are “uninsurable”. But what does that mean? Our panellists come from different sectors of the construction industry and will explore the types of clauses that might raise insurability issues in consultancy agreements and why it matters.
introducing our panel | Recording, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
To mark the 20th anniversary of the CCA coming into force on 1 April 2023, John and Catherine will share their experiences, statistics, learnings, and observations gained through their roles as adjudicators and as an ANA involving the administration of thousands of adjudication cases over the past 20 years.
Introducing our speakers | Presentation and Recording, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
discussed identifying areas where NZ legislation doesn’t stack up well when compared with international best practice
Introducing our speakers | Presentation, Paper, Recording and IBQC Building Products Performance Good Practice Regulatory Framework, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
dissused the interface and the nature between delay and disruption costs and the legal and factual basis for supporting these claims in a New Zealand context.
Presentation and recording, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
discussed quantum meruits and important aspects of how the law of restitution may apply with respect to payment for building work undertaken in Australasia
Duncan's presentation and paper, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
presented their research into the use of arbitration in New Zealand and discussed the implications for dispute resolution in the construction sector
Presentation and Survey Report, CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
SCL essay prize winners presented their essays
I See a Red Door and I Want it Painted Black: Disruption, Force Majeure and NZS3910
The Missing Piece? The case for mandating Dispute Resolution Boards for major public infrastructure projects in NZ
Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland and streamed online (hosted by Hesketh Henry)
Essays, presentations, recording and CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
Presentations, recording & CPD Attendance in Members Only Area
Surviving sudden death – When is a payment claim arguably invalid?
presented by Sam Holden and Ron Qin
Squeaky clean payment schedules
presented by Glen Holm-Hansen and Alice Eager
Presentations, recording (hosted by Chapman Tripp) and CPD Attendance in the Members Only Area
The dark side of construction and the law:
presented by Brendan Cash and James France
Presentations, recording (hosted by Dentons Kensington Swan) and CPD Attendance in the Members Only Area
the practice of law, how it’s changing, and what skills lawyers will need to differentiate themselves over the next 10 years
Moderator - Naseem Ameer Ali
Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and streamed online (hosted by Beca)
Presentations, recording (hosted by Beca) and CPD Attendance in the Members Only Area
12:30pm Zoom (hosted by NZIQS)
Marcus Hogan NZIA Professional Practice Director
Lawrie Saegers Managing Director, Rawlinsons
Recording (hosted by NZIQS) & ppt in Members Only Area
12:30pm zoom (hosted by Aurecon)
Blake Lepper (Te Waihanga, New Zealand Infrastructure Commission)
Norm Castles (NZ Lead – Infrastructure Advisory, Aurecon)
Trevor Manners (Associate – Aurecon Infrastructure Advisory)
Victoria Ware (Consultant – Aurecon Infrastructure Advisory)
Recording (hosted by Aurecon) Presentation, Aurecon's Report and Guidance Notes in Members Only Area
Broader Outcomes Guidance These modules (mentioned by Blake) provide practical guidance to help government buyers consistently apply broader outcomes into their tender documents, and provide greater consistency of the broader outcomes that agencies are using for construction procurement.