High Vis - Issues in Construction Law from Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Episode 37 – Cladding Safety Victoria: the Victorian Government’s $600m defective cladding solution

Episode 37 – Cladding Safety Victoria: the Victorian Government’s $600m defective cladding solution

July 22, 2019

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, Ben Davidson and Emily Steiner sit down with presenter Samuel Woff to discuss the Victorian Government’s $600m fix for defective cladding.

Episode 36 – The Papua New Guinea Electrification Partnership

Episode 36 – The Papua New Guinea Electrification Partnership

July 11, 2019

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast we discuss the Papua New Guinea electrification partnership, which aims to electrify the nation

Episode 35 – VACT decision in Lacoste dispute

Episode 35 – VACT decision in Lacoste dispute

July 9, 2019

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, David Hastie and Emily Steiner sit down with presenter Julia Korolkova to discuss VCAT’s decision in the Lacrosse cladding dispute. What are its implications for the construction sector?  

Episode 34 – How should a court assess a claim for payment following termination for repudiation?

Episode 34 – How should a court assess a claim for payment following termination for repudiation?

May 3, 2019

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, Matthew Muir and Lachlan Tassell sit down with presenter Hayley Grossberg to discuss an important upcoming High Court decision concerning the assessment of quantum meruit claims following termination for repudiation.  

Episode 32 – Fiocco Report on Security of Payment Reform in Western Australia

Episode 32 – Fiocco Report on Security of Payment Reform in Western Australia

April 23, 2019

In December 2018, the Government of Western Australia released barrister John Fiocco’s ‘Final Report to the Minister for Commerce [on] Security of Payment Reform in the WA Building Industry’. In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, Chris Ryder, Spencer Flay, and Chris Campbell sit down with presenter Michael Barnes to discuss the Fiocco Report and what it means for security of payment laws in Western Australia.

Episode 33 – Can a Builder in Liquidation Take Advantage of the Security of Payment Regime?

Episode 33 – Can a Builder in Liquidation Take Advantage of the Security of Payment Regime?

March 12, 2019

In our new Corrs High Vis podcast, Samuel Woff and Ryan Shlah sit down with presenter Wayne Jocic to discuss whether a builder that is in liquidation can take advantage of the security of payment regime.  

Episode 31 – China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Episode 31 – China’s Belt and Road Initiative

December 12, 2018

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, we take a closer look at China’s significant investment in infrastructure, including the unprecedented Belt and Road initiative. Senior Associate Celeste Koravos sits down with Xiaoyan (Mindy) Jin, Partner at Jiangsu Baijin Law, to discuss Chinese investment more broadly and how Australian companies can improve their chances of doing business successfully in China.

Episode 30 – The Lacrosse Fire and its impact

Episode 30 – The Lacrosse Fire and its impact

September 27, 2018

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, we consider the Lacrosse fire and its aftermath. 300 owners have bought a claim in VCAT seeking $24 million in damages. Partner Ben Davidson sits down with Associate Emily Steiner to discuss Lacrosse and the impacts on the industry.

Episode 29 – Corrs Construction Law and Projects Update

Episode 29 – Corrs Construction Law and Projects Update

September 20, 2018

In our latest Corrs High Vis podcast, we take a closer look at our latest Corrs Construction Law and Projects Update. Andrew McCormack, Meri Siracusa and Wayne Jocic sit down with presenter David Hastie to consider three significant decisions covered in our latest publication.  

Episode 28 – FIDIC and the Rainbow Suite

Episode 28 – FIDIC and the Rainbow Suite

July 11, 2018

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry. Presented by Corrs Chambers Westgarth, it considers the issues which really matter to professionals in this ever-evolving industry.