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DWF Australia provides building and construction law advice to industry participants such as developers, contractors and property owners, as well as businesses outside the industry.
The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Amendment Act 2018 (NSW) (“the Act”) will bring about various changes to the existing security of payment regime in New South Wales. With the changes expected to commence in 2019, it is timely to consider the practical implications for construction industry participants.
It has been widely reported that the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) is cracking down on new reporting requirements by warning companies of the prospect of building licence suspension or cancellation – having issued over 100 show cause notices recently.
There has been plenty of hoopla around the changes made by the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act (BIFA). However, some of the low profile changes could surprise you.
DWF is delighted to announce the inclusion of 3 of its rising young stars in the annual Lawyers Weekly list of 30 Under 30 honourees list.
The Australian sports and entertainment infrastructure landscape is undergoing a facelift with a number of procurement trends developing. Here are three positive trends to look out for in 2019 and beyond.
Global legal business, DWF, today announced the expansion of its Connected Services division with a merger between its DWF Adjusting business and FT Adjusting, a loss adjuster with offices in Sydney and Melbourne.