Talks and reports

Talks and reports

Australian registration insurance and liability reforms in the building industry

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 21st June 2000.

Resolving complex delay claims

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 6th June 2000.

The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 25th May 2000.

Hudson prizewinners 1999

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 4th April 2000.

Security in Construction contracts

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 7th March 2000.

The Human Factor in Construction Law

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 9th February 2000.

The Millennium Dome

Lord Falconer's address to the SCL Annual Lunch, 28 January 2000.

Construction Adjudication - some unresolved issues

Report on a meeting of TECBAR and SCL on 18 January 2000

The Vulpine TCC

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 8th June 1999.

Claims for losses suffered by third parties in construction disputes

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 6th July 1999.

Adjudication in the construction industry

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 7th September 1999.

Does the Human Rights Act Affect Construction Disputes?

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 5th October 1999.

The Impact of Construction Insurance on Risk Allocation

Report on the Meeting of the Society of Construction Law on 2nd November 1999.

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