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The latest issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal (Volume 35 Part 1) contains the following material:
EDITORIAL – Editor: Michael Christie SC
- Construction Law Education and Melbourne Law School
- Arbitration in Singapore – A Practical Guide (2nd Ed), by the Honourable the Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon (Editor-in-Chief), Francis Xavier SC, Chong Yee Leong and Lucy Reed (General Editors) – Reviewed by Michael Christie SC
The History of the Law of Commercial Arbitration – The Hon TF Bathurst
Francis Forbes Society for Australian Legal History Tutorials – Thursday, 18 October 2018.
Collaborative Contracting Comeback – Lina Fischer, Christopher Slocombe, Andrew Fry and Edwina Higgins
In a market characterised by unprecedented activity, stakeholders and contractors are seeking more collaborative procurement and delivery models. Such models – in moving away from a traditional adversarial approach – emphasise the role of people, the parties’ relationships, and seek to align the parties’ commercial interests and priorities. This article explores four collaborative models of procurement and contracting, providing a guide for parties as to when and how to use them. The models considered by this article are the Early Contractor Involvement model, the Managing Contractor/Target Cost model, the Delivery Partner model and the Project Alliance model.
- Duro Felguera Australia Pty Ltd v Trans Global Projects Pty Ltd (In Liq)
- Goodwin Street Developments Pty Ltd v DSD Builders Pty Ltd
- Gambaro Pty Ltd v Rohrig (Qld) Pty Ltd
For the PDF version of the table of contents, click here: BCL Vol 35 No 1 Contents.
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