The sins of the preparer: the adjudicator’s view.
26 September 2018
Wednesday, 26 September
5.30 - 6.00pm registration and networking
6.00 - 7.00pm workshop presentation
As the saying goes every saint has a past, every sinner has a future, so join us for our next adjudication forum and hear from our experienced adjudicators who will discuss recent cases and share tips and traps in relation to conducting adjudications.
About the panel members
Chris Nielsen is a Senior Associate with McCullough Robertson Lawyers specialising in dispute resolution in the construction and infrastructure space. He has acted for both claimants and respondents in countless adjudications and proceedings under the Security of Payment legislation, for clients including Lendlease, UGL and Broadspectrum (formerly Transfield). Chris is currently the lead adviser to a joint venture responsible for the delivery of the $8.3bn Sydney Metro North West project.
Scott Pettersson has undertaken all roles available under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act, over the past 15 or so years. He has variously advised several governments on implementation of the Act; provided training to Adjudicators in multiple jurisdictions both for governments and ANAs; run an ANA; prepared applications and response; and determined (or Decided) in excess of 600 applications. Scott secured a law degree in 1990, and has had some experience in various levels of the construction industry commencing as a Trades Assistant to a boilermaker last century through to being a Director of a company in the steel fabrication sector.
Resolution Institute expresses appreciation to McCullough Robertson for their support of this event.