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Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act

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Security of Payment in the construction industry has always been an issue that has been hotly debated and impacted by changes in Queensland's regulatory landscape. 

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Content

Security of Payment in the construction industry has always been an issue that has been hotly debated and impacted by changes in Queensland's regulatory landscape.  This impacts all participants in the Construction and Infrastructure industry who procure, undertake or carry out ‘building work’ in Queensland.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested!

Learning Outcomes 

In this session, we will outline the current state of affairs with respect to the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act (BIF Act) and discuss the tips and traps when it comes to  compliance requirements, dispute resolution mechanisms, and best practices to ensure timely payments.

Facilitator

McCullough Robertson Lawyers

Matt Bradbury

Matt has practised in both Australia and the United Kingdom. He is an infrastructure, construction and engineering lawyer who has advised on civil, building, mechanical, mining and structural projects in each state and territory of Australia and throughout South East Asia. Matt advises on all aspects of construction, infrastructure and major engineering projects where he works side by side with his clients and their external consultants to successfully deliver their projects. Matt’s technical knowledge and experience has resulted in him being regularly engaged as a speaker on construction law for both client workshops and industry conferences. Matt is also a guest lecturer at The University of Queensland in the Engineering Faculty.

Tosca Goldberg

Tosca practices in McCullough Robertson’s Construction and Infrastructure team and provides advice in relation to the resolution and avoidance of building and construction disputes. She has been involved in the conduct of disputes on a range of civil, mechanical, resources and renewables, and commercial projects.

Before being admitted as a lawyer in Queensland, Tosca practiced as a civil engineer (RPEQ) with previous experience as a site and project engineer on various projects.

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