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CPD event | Online | SA | Security of payment | On ‘repeat’ payment claims
with John Vozzo and Martin Frayne
Thursday 6 August 2020 | 6.00 - 7.00pm Adelaide time | Adelaide, SA
A recent decision of the Supreme Court of South Australia, Civil & Allied Technical Construction Pty Limited (CATCON) v Resolution Institute & Ors  SASC 193, highlights complexities that can arise when claimants make successive payment claims for the same work under security of payment legislation. In some circumstances the claimant will be prevented from making ‘repeat’ claims, but not always.
This session will consider the CATCON decision and other recent decisions about repeat payment claims. The session will also cover some practical considerations for claimants, respondents, authorised nominating authorities and adjudicators when dealing with repeat claims.
This session will be chaired by Martin Frayne 'SC'.
About the presenters
John is a lawyer with extensive experience in construction law. In 2020 he was recommended as a leading construction and infrastructure litigation lawyer by Doyles Guide.
His construction practice has a particular focus on disputes, including security of payment matters. John also regularly advises on tenders and contracts for construction, engineering, manufacturing, defence and infrastructure projects.
Immediately before joining CCK Lawyers, John was the Legal Practice Director of MBA SA Legal, a law firm associated with the Master Builders Association. In that role, John acted for a range of construction industry participants. He was also involved in the Association’s activities as an authorised nominating authority under the South Australian security of payment legislation, and the Association’s policy and advocacy work.
Martin Frayne SC
Martin practices as a barrister at Jeffcott Chambers. He was admitted to practice in 1978 and appointed silk in 2009. He is a Resolution Institute adjudicator and has acted as an adjudicator in multiple adjudications.