In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, Andrew McCormack discusses recent developments regarding the Queensland State Government’s Market Led Proposals framework with Alison Teh.
How do recent developments in third party arbitration funding regimes in Singapore and Hong Kong affect the international dispute resolution community? In this week’s Corrs High Vis, Senior Associate Jaclyn Smith and Associate Catherine O’Keefe discuss the changes.
This week Corrs High Vis considers how innovative firms are changing the way they partner with clients. Lawyer Meghan Keary talks to Corrs Head of Innovation Graeme Grovum. Corrs High Vis tackles the issues that matter in the construction industry.
In a special edition of Corrs High Vis, Lawyer David Hastie talks to Corrs Senior Associate Leighton Moon and HKA Vice President James Lyall ahead of Corrs Chambers Westgarth’s Delay and Disruption breakfast seminar on Tuesday 20 June 2017. In considering the Society of Construction Law’s recently released 2nd edition of its Delay and Disruption Protocol, we consider how construction industry professionals can best take advantage of the updated protocol.
In the second of our two-part Corrs High Vis special, we take a closer look at Chinese cultural values, business etiquette and negotiation styles. China plays a crucial role in Australia’s construction market. But what are the sensitivities professionals need to observe when doing business with our largest trading partner? Corrs Lawyer David Hastie talks to paralegal Jonathan Mackojc who has lived and worked in China about the cultural rhythms he has experienced.
In this two-part Corrs High Vis special, we take a closer look at Japanese and Chinese cultural values, business etiquette and negotiation styles. In Part One, Senior Associate Celeste Koravos discusses the complex decision making process in Japanese companies with lawyer David Hastie.
This week Corrs High Vis considers whether arbitration can assist in the development of Common Law. Partner Andrew Stephenson and Associate Astrid Andersson consider the Australian perspective.
This week Corrs High Vis heads West to consider some of the trends emerging in Western Australia’s construction industry. In the midst of a five-year demand recession, where do opportunities lie? Corrs Construction Partner Sarah Leonard considers the landscape as funds tighten and disputes rise.