The latest Part of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes the following articles: “The old rule, the true rule and contract administration notices in construction” – Andrew Mewing; and “Contractors’ global loss of productivity claims” – David McAndrew. Also in this Part are Reports on two cases: Phontos v Tresedar Pty Ltd; and EGL Management Services v Northern SEQ Distributor-Retailer Authority.
The Spring edition of Workplace Review publishes articles on a wide range of topics including the test for adverse action, workers compensation, recovery of funds that have been misappropriated, gender equity and its implications for productivity, dependent contractors’ leave entitlements, practical jokes at work, emotional intelligence in the workplace plus much more.
The August 2012 issue of the Building and Construction Law Journal includes an article by JE Lunn which proposes various methods by which traditional dispute resolution procedures may be modified to improve efficiency; an article by Richard Manly SC considering the benefits that a liquidated damages clause can provide to contracting parties from practical, commercial and economics perspectives; and an article by Thomas Denehy and Paula Gerber which provides a comparative study of dispute avoidance procedures in use around the world to determine what constitutes world’s best practice when it comes to the prevention and management of construction disputes. There is also a Book Review and a Report.