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Sunday, December 17 2017 18:21:30

Introduction
APC / ATC
CPD-HKIS
CPD by Others
 
Code : 2016165
Event Name : QSD Legal and Contract Series 2016 (13): (1) The Legal Aspects of Commonly Encountered Issues: A Biased Certifier? Impossible to Build? (2) Hong Kong's Proposed Security of Payment Law: When might an Adjudicator's Decision Not be Enforced?
CPD Code : Formal Events
Speaker : Mr. Preston Lee

Preston is an associate in the Projects, Infrastructure and Construction group of MinterEllison advising on construction litigation, arbitration and project procurement. He is also a Chartered Civil Engineer with international design, construction and contractual management experience. He has experience advising on claim strategies and managing variations and delay for building and civil engineering projects.

Mr. Brian Liu

Brian is an associate in the Projects, Infrastructure & Construction group of MinterEllison. His practice includes advising on construction arbitration and litigation proceedings. He has acted for various private sector employers, government bodies and contractors, and has also advised on various commercial transactions and corporate advisory matters.
Event Date : 12/10/2016
Event Time : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Registration and networking time: from 6:30 pm)
CPD Hour(s) : 1.5
Divisional PQSL Hour(s) : 1.5
Venue : Surveyors Learning Centre, Room 1207, 12/F, Wing On Centre, 111 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Division : QSD
Closing Date : 10/10/2016
Fee : HK$120 for members of HKIS; HK$180 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed); Free of charge for student members studying full time (subject to availability)
Priority : QSD Members; First-come-first-served
Language : Cantonese supplemented by English
Details :

The speakers will discuss the following in the seminar.

1) Case law on:

a) Impartiality of payment certifiers

b) Buildability and impossibility

 

2) Hong Kong's proposed Security of Payment law:

a) Outline of the proposed adjudication process

b) Unenforceable decisions – lack of jurisdiction, breach of natural justice