Spotlight on Construction

 

Events | 13 Feb 2024

2024 Spotlight on Construction

Hall & Wilcox's Construction Leaders invite you to be part of our Spotlight on Construction webinar series, where you will hear from industry experts on the latest updates within the construction sector.

Launching Monday 26 February, topics include how technology can help improve construction projects, updates on security of payment legislation and proportionate liability, and a West Coast perspective on what’s happening in construction in WA.

We hope you can join us for this interesting series of events.

Should you have any questions about this event, please contact Hayden Doria.


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Spotlight on Security of Payment

Facilitated by: Emma Bechaz, Associate
Guest speakers: Kylie Weston-Scheuber (Greens List Barristers) and Gayann Walker (Dawson Chambers)
Date: Monday 26 February
Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm AEDT

A West Coast perspective - what's happening in the construction space in WA

Facilitated by: Penelope Ford, Partner
Date: Tuesday 27 February
Time: 3.30pm - 4.30pm AEDT

Digital Construction: How technology can help

Facilitated by: Sam Kelsey, Senior Associate
Guest speakers: Anamika Sharma and Daren Maynard (Solid Support)
Date: Wednesday 28 February
Time: 12.30pm - 1.30pm AEDT

Pafburn decision: No proportionate liability for DBP Act Claims - what it means for insurers and the construction industry

Facilitated by: Gemma Dehn, Partner
Guest speaker: David Weinberger (Nine Wentworth Chambers), Kathryn Budd (Legal Counsel) and Mitchell Spurr (Probitas)
Date: Thursday 29 February
Time:12.00pm-12.30pm AEDT In Person Networking Lunch
12.30pm - 1.30pm AEDT Seminar

Have you listened to our construction podcast?

Our construction experts discuss key topics affecting the construction sector, kicking off with a two-part series on whether there are any ‘quick fixes’ that can be incorporated into construction contracts that might reduce the risk of contractors going insolvent.

Facilitators

Gemma Dehn

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

Penelope Ford

Partner

Hall & Wilcox

Samantha Kelsey

Senior Associate

Hall & Wilcox

Emma Bechaz

Lawyer

Hall & Wilcox

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