Update: Security of Payment - VIC

Update: Security of Payment - VIC

Update: Security of Payment -VIC

  

Overview

The security of payment legislation is some of the most critical legislation across the building and construction industry in Australia. The legislation impacts on nearly all projects across the country.
 
So, what’s the best way to navigate this terrain and manage claims under the legislation?

Attend this session to hear seasoned lawyers discuss the fundamentals of security of payment legislation applicable in the state of Victoria and receive 1 Formal CPD point.

CPD

This presentation is equivalent to 1 hour/point of formal CPD and will deliver outcomes related to the following Competency/s from the National Standard of Competency for Architects:

Project Delivery 
7.6 Knowledge and application of all administration and principles for the selected procurement  method and associated contracts.
8.5 Identification and application of all relevant processes required for certification of monetary claims, project variations, extensions of time, project instructions or other administrative responsibilities under the contract provisions.

Practice Management 
9.8 Clear and consistent communication with client and relevant stakeholders throughout project.

 

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this session you should be able to:

  • Outline practical tips for making and responding to claims
  • List the critical points for adjudicating and responding to an adjudication
  • Define the legislation from the perspective of an architect as a party making a claim, as well as when acting as the project administrator (superintendent) for the owner
     

Speaker

MICHAEL MORRISSEY

MORRISSEY LAW AND ADVISORY

Michael Morrissey is a lawyer with specialist knowledge in the construction and infrastructure industries.
Michael has significant experience drafting and negotiating complex contracts, and providing strategic advice on project delivery and procurement. His dispute resolution experience includes arbitration, expert determination and major litigation. This includes litigating payment, delay and insurance issues across a variety of projects.
Michael also regularly lectures at The University of Newcastle around project delivery, construction law and security of payment legislation.

 

Speaker

BELINDA CROSBIE

MORRISSEY LAW AND ADVISORY

Belinda is a Director of Morrissey Law and an experienced construction lawyer. She advises principals, contractors, consultants and project managers in all aspects of building and infrastructure projects. She is an experienced commercial litigator in court, arbitration, expert determination and adjudication disputes. Belinda is a guest lecturer for the School of Built Environment at the University of Newcastle and sits on committees.
Belinda has significant experience in Security of Payment disputes in all jurisdictions and provides training to clients and national industry bodies. She has acted in landmark Security of Payment court cases.