Who should attend?
Front-end construction lawyers, dispute resolution lawyers, engineers and contract administrators.
What should I do after a catastrophic event?
The technical response: Dr Sean Brady will discuss the importance of evidence, the need to collect it quickly and the critical role it plays in a forensically sound failure investigation.
The lawyers perspective: Michael Trim and Claire Schneider will speak on what recent cases teach us about responses to catastrophic failures of buildings or structures and how lawyers can assist in that process. In particular, they will cover:
- the importance of legal professional privilege;
- the importance of evidence to the success and framing of claims;
- records and claims for extensions of time; and
- the importance of notification.
Date and Time
Wednesday 14 June 2017
5.30 pm to 6.30 pm (1 CPD hour)
Level Twenty Seven Chambers
Level 27, 239 George Street
Places are limited. To reserve a place for the event on the 14 June 2017, please register through the form below:
The presentation is free of charge. For further information, please contact Daniel Perry on +61 7 3008 3945.