The arbitrator and mediator | Resolution Institute

Journal | April 2004 | Available for purchase & free for members



  • Towards a Less Litigious Australia: The Australian Government’s ADR Initiatives, Philip Ruddock
  • Incorporating ADR into Contracts, Ian D Nosworthy
  • The Liability of Arbitrators, Mediators, Referees and Experts and the Application of Professional Indemnity Insurance, Graeme Robinson
  • The Impact of Information Technology on Processes of Dispute Resolution for International Trade and Commerce Matters, Zara Spencer
  • Adjudicated Debt Resolution (ADR): A Proposal for a Cooperative Approach to Resolving Debt Issues, Geoff Munck
  • Anchoring Commercial Arbitration on Fundamental Principles, Paul Obo Idornigie
  • The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act, David Campbell-Williams

Practice note

  • Cancellation Fees, John Muirhead

Practice Update

  • Can Facts be Resolved Satisfactorily in an Expert Determination?, David Waldby

Case notes

  • TransGrid v Walter Construction Group Ltd, Robert Hunt
  • Brodyn Pty Ltd v Davenport, Robert Hunt
  • State of NSW v Austeel Pty Ltd, Robert Hunt
  • Rocci v Diploma Construction Pty Ltd, Robert Hunt
  • John Holland Pty Ltd v Hunter Valley Earthmoving Pty Ltd, Robert Hunt
  • International Malting Company Australia Pty Ltd v Pyle, Robert Hunt
  • Building & Construction Industry Security of Payment Act: Quashing the Adjudicator’s Decision, Frank Nardone
  • Villani and Anor v Delstrat Pty Ltd and Anor [2002] WASC 112, Graham Morrow

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