They come around once in a lifetime. Despite the complex approvals, funding and decision-making associated with building new stadia, overseas developments have proved they can be an economically sustainable proposition. But what does it really take to make a sporting arena successful over the long term? Corrs Partner Andrew McCormack and Associate Director at Savills, Lawson Katiza offer Isobel Farquharson their analysis in our latest Corrs High Vis.
When is arbitration the answer? It's a question that's being asked more and more in construction. This week, industry professionals gathered in Melbourne to hear from experts in the field, including the Honourable Justice Croft from the Supreme Court of Victoria, Albert Monichino QC and Corrs International Arbitration Partner, Bronwyn Lincoln.
Construction activity and spend are forecast to contract over 2016-17. So where do the areas of growth lie? In this episode of Corrs High Vis, Partner Ben Davidson and Lawyer David Hastie consider the emerging trends over the next twelve months and beyond.
This episode of Corrs High Vis, features Part Two of our special look at Sydney Arbitration Week. What must Australia do to strengthen its position as an arbitration hub? Host Jaclyn Smith is joined by Partner Andrew Stephenson, Head of Arbitration Chambers Hong Kong Gavin Denton and Abhinav Bhushan of the International Chamber of Commerce, South Asia.
In this second episode of Corrs High Vis, we take a special look at Sydney Arbitration week. Host Jaclyn Smith is joined by Partner Andrew Stephenson, Head of Arbitration Chambers Hong Kong, Gavin Denton and South Asia ICC Director, Abhinav Bhushan.
In this very first episode of Corrs High Vis, Partners Ben Davidson, Andrew McCormack and consultant Wayne Jocic consider the key take-outs from our latest Construction Law Update and tell host David Hastie what these findings mean for your business.