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Large construction projects pose many challenges both within and outside a project participant’s control.

With a large number of independent contractors providing interdependent services to meet stringent specifications, expertly crafted contracts that cover the potential events and outcomes are critical to project success and profitability.

Advising on many and varied large complex projects has given Corrs' construction lawyers firsthand knowledge of the risks and how to manage them.

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Our Experience

Gold Coast light rail has everyone on board

Corrs Chambers Westgarth continues its ground-breaking work on the AU$1.06 billion innovative Gold Coast Rapid Transport project for Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads.

The Projects team has been leading negotiations on behalf of the government on all issues including tenure options, legislative amendments, planning and approvals, project contracts, risk allocation and procurement strategies.

Stage One of the project will involve 13 km of new light rail connecting a number of the Gold Coast’s key activity centres including Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Surfer’s Paradise and Broadbeach. Stage One is to be delivered as a PPP and is scheduled to commence operations in 2014.

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Ichthys Gas Field Development Project

Corrs advised the majority shareholder, INPEX Browse Ltd, on the $24 billion Ichthys Gas Field Development project, representing the largest ever initial investment in an Australian resources project.

Corrs has worked with Inpex on various aspects of the project including the Onshore Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract. Throughout, Corrs’ role has involved clearly assessing potential legal, regulatory, construction and procurement issues and devising effective structures and contracts to mitigate potential risks.

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NBN Co Limited

The national broadband network is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in Australia, and the establishment of the government-owned NBN Co Limited has involved a broad range of legal issues. As a provider of workplace law services to NBN, Corrs has been advising on innovations including a best practice framework for internal regulation of employment of thousands of people, and a strategic industrial relations framework involving unions.

Specific legislation, government guidelines and NBN’s drive for high standards of performance and safety have added layers of complexity to employment law issues including contracting, compliance and privacy, and occupational health and safety matters.

More

Sydney Cricket Ground

The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will soon replace the Noble, Bradman and Messenger stands with a new modern pavilion specially designed to complement the adjacent historic Members Pavilion and Ladies Stand. The new pavilion forms part of a wider SCG development plan to enhance spectator enjoyment and provide world-class facilities and a video board.

A team from Corrs has advised the Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust on Stages 1 and 2 of the SCG’s landmark redevelopment plan.

More

Our Thinking

Cladding design in high rise buildings: rethinking the approach

The Australian Senate Inquiry into Cladding Materials has received its first interim report on aluminium composite cladding. How will Australia rethink its approach to materials in high rise buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy?

More

Transport PPP Projects: Will the new guidelines facilitate better risk allocation?

NSW is set for more than $72 billion in infrastructure investment projects over the next four years. But will the state’s new PPP guidelines improve risk allocation?

More

Errors in Technical Standards in an Infrastructure Contract: Who Bears the Risk?

An analysis of MT Højgaard A/S (Respondent) v E.ON Climate and Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and another (Appellants) [2017] UKSC 59.

More

Granting extensions of time in construction contracts: a duty of good faith may apply

A recent NSW Court of Appeal decision that applied a duty of good faith to the discretion to extend time in construction contracts has important implications for owners and contractors.

More

Your option or mine?

The New South Wales Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that an option to extend a contract which did not specify which party had the benefit of the option could be exercised unilaterally by either party.

More

Why Bus service is not good service for the purpose of Security of Payment

To meet the time limits set out in the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999, the temptation is often to provide documents on a USB. But is this good service for the purpose of the Act?

More

Assignment of defect warranties: Is your drafting sufficient?

The NSW Supreme Court of Appeal has clarified that a broad assignment of rights will enable a purchaser to sue on the transferred warranty – regardless of whether the purchaser knew of the relevant defects at the time of the acquisition.

More

Corrs High Vis: Episode 5 – Attracting a crowd: Stadium Development lessons from overseas

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry.

More

Corrs High Vis: Episode 4 – Seminar: When is Arbitration the Answer?

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.

More

Corrs High Vis: Episode 3 – Construction Market Forecast: 2017 and beyond

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.

More

Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 2)

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.

More

Doing Business in Australia

Australia is an exceptional place in which to do business. Find out how we can help you develop your business in Australia.

More Download

Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 1)

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.

More

WA parliament passes government’s proposed amendments to the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA)

Following the WA government’s recent announcement that it would be implementing measures to provide greater protections to subcontractors, the WA State parliament has passed the Construction Contracts Amendment Bill 2016 (WA).

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Corrs High Vis: Episode 1 – Corrs' Construction Law Update (Nov 2016)

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.

More

Unchartered Territory: Trade with Iran may be an Economic Goldmine

Iran is open for business following the relief of sanctions, so where do the opportunities lie for Australian investors?

More

A lot more complicated than building with Lego: But modularisation is here to stay

Modularisation is making light of seemingly impossible timescales in the construction industry. So, what do developers need to consider?

More

Public Stadium projects – can they be made into economic champions or will they always be wooden spooners?

Developing stadiums has numerous social and economic benefits that can be long-term and wide-ranging. But how can stadiums be developed given the current uncertainty of funding?

More

Construction Arbitration in Australia

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has contributed to the Australian chapter on Construction Arbitration in the Global Arbitration Review.

More

Better together: Can multi-asset PPPs help governments deliver priority infrastructure projects?

The delivery of multiple small-scale assets as a single PPP project can provide greater value for money to government.

More

Email negotiations - Beware, you might already be bound!

Courts are ruling that email negotiations create binding contracts and businesses are finding themselves caught.

More

Taking cross border security in Asia: Seven steps to success

How to structure a security package that is compliant with different systems of law.

More

Funding public transport for our cities: A thorny issue but new models offer hope

Roads are not the solution to increasing productivity in our cities.

More

Renewable energy for remote Australia - Can our rural and indigenous communities go off-grid?

Debt-funded renewable energy is the practical solution for energy security in remote Australia.

More

Good faith in construction contracts: A bridge too far?

Standards Australia’s proposal to introduce an obligation of good faith in contracts will potentially lead to more construction disputes.

More

APEC and G20 moving in sync on infrastructure

Are we moving towards a common solution or do we need to find new ways to solve our infrastructure challenges?

More

Grand Theft Backhoe: PPSA, contractor insolvency and priority over construction equipment and materials

Four lessons to prevent a PPSA disaster happening to you.

More

From Down Under - The Inverted Bid Model - New procurement bidding models for infrastructure projects

The Inverted Bid Model is specifically designed to support long term equity investors (such as superannuation funds) investing in infrastructure projects.

More

Is there a better alternative to liquidated damages on construction projects?

Incentive schemes encourage contractors to achieve early completion.

More

Infrastructure in Indonesia: Building the framework for effective PPPs

What needs to be done for public private partnerships to succeed in Indonesia?

More

Quick guide to establishing a presence in Indonesia

Indonesia is a vast emerging market. What are the choices for establishing a presence there?

More

Productivity Commission caught between a rock and a hard place in finding ways to streamline project approvals

The Commission’s proposed framework for approvals processes will be controversial.

More

Australia-Indonesia: Time for a closer future

Indonesia’s potential is vast and now is the time for genuine engagement.

More

The building revolution - Building Information Modelling (BIM) on the way to 6D

Australia has been slow to adopt BIM but can we afford to lag behind yet another innovation frontier?

More

Striking the balance: Financing PPPs with government contributions

How can governments maximise cost savings while retaining the risk transfer and performance incentives associated with private finance?

More

What do productivity, performance contracts and a bank fee dispute have in common?

Performance based contracts could play a major role in boosting Australia’s productivity, but a court decision may threaten their future.

More Download

Productivity Commission review a ray of hope for major projects

Could reform be on the way for Australia’s infamous major projects approval regime?

More

Helicopters, protestors and picket lines...it’s a lot of loud noise all directed at the construction industry

Industrial disputes in the construction sector are making front page news. Don’t let it happen to you.

More

Financing projects in hard times: Export Credit Agencies are the smart alternative

Export Credit Agencies are big players in project financing and they offer sponsors many benefits.

More

Old habits die hard - Building information modelling saves time and money, so why is it being ignored?

Realising the power of Building Information Modelling requires a rethink of construction contracts.

More

The infrastructure deficit - Is Islamic finance part of the solution?

Australia’s “infrastructure deficit” is significant. Some estimate that, over the next decade, the difference between our infrastructure needs and available government resources could blow out to as much as $770 billion.

More Download

Head contractor insolvency - Protecting supply chain payments in construction projects using Project Bank Accounts

In government-sponsored construction projects, a new direct payment system could mitigate insolvency risk to employers and subcontractors if the head contractor’s business fails.

More

Contractor beware: ICT contracting for PPPs

Governments are increasingly looking to public private partnerships to solve the ever growing demand for new hospitals in Australia.

More

Infrastructure Reform in Queensland Part 1 - Solutions for the 21st Century

Important infrastructure projects in Queensland are being hampered by outdated legislation which is in urgent need of reform.

More Download

Unlocking UK pension funds for infrastructure

Can the UK create a new asset class that encourages trustees to invest in crucial infrastructure projects?

More

Infrastructure needs more than tax incentives

In the 2011 Federal Budget, the Government promised new incentives to encourage investment in infrastructure. While further clarity on the incentives is welcome, this alone will not fix the nation’s infrastructure investment woes.

More

Our Experience

Gold Coast light rail has everyone on board

Corrs Chambers Westgarth continues its ground-breaking work on the AU$1.06 billion innovative Gold Coast Rapid Transport project for Queensland Department of Transport & Main Roads.

The Projects team has been leading negotiations on behalf of the government on all issues including tenure options, legislative amendments, planning and approvals, project contracts, risk allocation and procurement strategies.

Stage One of the project will involve 13 km of new light rail connecting a number of the Gold Coast’s key activity centres including Griffith University, Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport, Surfer’s Paradise and Broadbeach. Stage One is to be delivered as a PPP and is scheduled to commence operations in 2014.

Ichthys Gas Field Development Project

Corrs advised the majority shareholder, INPEX Browse Ltd, on the $24 billion Ichthys Gas Field Development project, representing the largest ever initial investment in an Australian resources project.

Corrs has worked with Inpex on various aspects of the project including the Onshore Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contract. Throughout, Corrs’ role has involved clearly assessing potential legal, regulatory, construction and procurement issues and devising effective structures and contracts to mitigate potential risks.

NBN Co Limited

The national broadband network is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in Australia, and the establishment of the government-owned NBN Co Limited has involved a broad range of legal issues. As a provider of workplace law services to NBN, Corrs has been advising on innovations including a best practice framework for internal regulation of employment of thousands of people, and a strategic industrial relations framework involving unions.

Specific legislation, government guidelines and NBN’s drive for high standards of performance and safety have added layers of complexity to employment law issues including contracting, compliance and privacy, and occupational health and safety matters.

Sydney Cricket Ground

The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will soon replace the Noble, Bradman and Messenger stands with a new modern pavilion specially designed to complement the adjacent historic Members Pavilion and Ladies Stand. The new pavilion forms part of a wider SCG development plan to enhance spectator enjoyment and provide world-class facilities and a video board.

A team from Corrs has advised the Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust on Stages 1 and 2 of the SCG’s landmark redevelopment plan.

Our Thinking

Cladding design in high rise buildings: rethinking the approach

The Australian Senate Inquiry into Cladding Materials has received its first interim report on aluminium composite cladding. How will Australia rethink its approach to materials in high rise buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy?

Transport PPP Projects: Will the new guidelines facilitate better risk allocation?

NSW is set for more than $72 billion in infrastructure investment projects over the next four years. But will the state’s new PPP guidelines improve risk allocation?

Errors in Technical Standards in an Infrastructure Contract: Who Bears the Risk?

An analysis of MT Højgaard A/S (Respondent) v E.ON Climate and Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and another (Appellants) [2017] UKSC 59.

Granting extensions of time in construction contracts: a duty of good faith may apply

A recent NSW Court of Appeal decision that applied a duty of good faith to the discretion to extend time in construction contracts has important implications for owners and contractors.

Your option or mine?

The New South Wales Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that an option to extend a contract which did not specify which party had the benefit of the option could be exercised unilaterally by either party.

Why Bus service is not good service for the purpose of Security of Payment

To meet the time limits set out in the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999, the temptation is often to provide documents on a USB. But is this good service for the purpose of the Act?

Assignment of defect warranties: Is your drafting sufficient?

The NSW Supreme Court of Appeal has clarified that a broad assignment of rights will enable a purchaser to sue on the transferred warranty – regardless of whether the purchaser knew of the relevant defects at the time of the acquisition.

Corrs High Vis: Episode 5 – Attracting a crowd: Stadium Development lessons from overseas

Corrs High Vis is a series of podcasts, offering insight and analysis into the Australian construction industry.

Corrs High Vis: Episode 4 – Seminar: When is Arbitration the Answer?

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.

Corrs High Vis: Episode 3 – Construction Market Forecast: 2017 and beyond

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.

Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 2)

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.

Doing Business in Australia

Australia is an exceptional place in which to do business. Find out how we can help you develop your business in Australia.

Corrs High Vis: Episode 2 – Sydney Arbitration Week (Part 1)

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.

WA parliament passes government’s proposed amendments to the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA)

Following the WA government’s recent announcement that it would be implementing measures to provide greater protections to subcontractors, the WA State parliament has passed the Construction Contracts Amendment Bill 2016 (WA).

Corrs High Vis: Episode 1 – Corrs' Construction Law Update (Nov 2016)

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.

Unchartered Territory: Trade with Iran may be an Economic Goldmine

Iran is open for business following the relief of sanctions, so where do the opportunities lie for Australian investors?

A lot more complicated than building with Lego: But modularisation is here to stay

Modularisation is making light of seemingly impossible timescales in the construction industry. So, what do developers need to consider?

Public Stadium projects – can they be made into economic champions or will they always be wooden spooners?

Developing stadiums has numerous social and economic benefits that can be long-term and wide-ranging. But how can stadiums be developed given the current uncertainty of funding?

Construction Arbitration in Australia

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has contributed to the Australian chapter on Construction Arbitration in the Global Arbitration Review.

Better together: Can multi-asset PPPs help governments deliver priority infrastructure projects?

The delivery of multiple small-scale assets as a single PPP project can provide greater value for money to government.

Email negotiations - Beware, you might already be bound!

Courts are ruling that email negotiations create binding contracts and businesses are finding themselves caught.

Taking cross border security in Asia: Seven steps to success

How to structure a security package that is compliant with different systems of law.

Funding public transport for our cities: A thorny issue but new models offer hope

Roads are not the solution to increasing productivity in our cities.

Renewable energy for remote Australia - Can our rural and indigenous communities go off-grid?

Debt-funded renewable energy is the practical solution for energy security in remote Australia.

Good faith in construction contracts: A bridge too far?

Standards Australia’s proposal to introduce an obligation of good faith in contracts will potentially lead to more construction disputes.

APEC and G20 moving in sync on infrastructure

Are we moving towards a common solution or do we need to find new ways to solve our infrastructure challenges?

Grand Theft Backhoe: PPSA, contractor insolvency and priority over construction equipment and materials

Four lessons to prevent a PPSA disaster happening to you.

From Down Under - The Inverted Bid Model - New procurement bidding models for infrastructure projects

The Inverted Bid Model is specifically designed to support long term equity investors (such as superannuation funds) investing in infrastructure projects.

Is there a better alternative to liquidated damages on construction projects?

Incentive schemes encourage contractors to achieve early completion.

Infrastructure in Indonesia: Building the framework for effective PPPs

What needs to be done for public private partnerships to succeed in Indonesia?

Quick guide to establishing a presence in Indonesia

Indonesia is a vast emerging market. What are the choices for establishing a presence there?

Productivity Commission caught between a rock and a hard place in finding ways to streamline project approvals

The Commission’s proposed framework for approvals processes will be controversial.

Australia-Indonesia: Time for a closer future

Indonesia’s potential is vast and now is the time for genuine engagement.

The building revolution - Building Information Modelling (BIM) on the way to 6D

Australia has been slow to adopt BIM but can we afford to lag behind yet another innovation frontier?

Striking the balance: Financing PPPs with government contributions

How can governments maximise cost savings while retaining the risk transfer and performance incentives associated with private finance?

What do productivity, performance contracts and a bank fee dispute have in common?

Performance based contracts could play a major role in boosting Australia’s productivity, but a court decision may threaten their future.

Productivity Commission review a ray of hope for major projects

Could reform be on the way for Australia’s infamous major projects approval regime?

Helicopters, protestors and picket lines...it’s a lot of loud noise all directed at the construction industry

Industrial disputes in the construction sector are making front page news. Don’t let it happen to you.

Financing projects in hard times: Export Credit Agencies are the smart alternative

Export Credit Agencies are big players in project financing and they offer sponsors many benefits.

Old habits die hard - Building information modelling saves time and money, so why is it being ignored?

Realising the power of Building Information Modelling requires a rethink of construction contracts.

The infrastructure deficit - Is Islamic finance part of the solution?

Australia’s “infrastructure deficit” is significant. Some estimate that, over the next decade, the difference between our infrastructure needs and available government resources could blow out to as much as $770 billion.

Head contractor insolvency - Protecting supply chain payments in construction projects using Project Bank Accounts

In government-sponsored construction projects, a new direct payment system could mitigate insolvency risk to employers and subcontractors if the head contractor’s business fails.

Contractor beware: ICT contracting for PPPs

Governments are increasingly looking to public private partnerships to solve the ever growing demand for new hospitals in Australia.

Infrastructure Reform in Queensland Part 1 - Solutions for the 21st Century

Important infrastructure projects in Queensland are being hampered by outdated legislation which is in urgent need of reform.

Unlocking UK pension funds for infrastructure

Can the UK create a new asset class that encourages trustees to invest in crucial infrastructure projects?

Infrastructure needs more than tax incentives

In the 2011 Federal Budget, the Government promised new incentives to encourage investment in infrastructure. While further clarity on the incentives is welcome, this alone will not fix the nation’s infrastructure investment woes.

Our Experts

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Adam Balchin

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9531
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Airlie Fox

Partner Sydney +612 9210 6287
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Andrew Chew

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6607
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Andrew McCormack

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9860
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Andrew Stephenson

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3358
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Ben Davidson

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3500
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Chris Horsfall

Special Counsel Melbourne +61 3 9672 3326
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Chris Ryder

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1606
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David Warren

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3504
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Jane Hider

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3218
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Jen Wiggins

Consultant Perth +61 8 9460 1784
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Jennifer Barrett

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9544
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Jodie Burger

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9720
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Joseph Barbaro

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3052
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Justin O'Callaghan

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9853
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Leighton Moon

Special Counsel Melbourne +61 3 9672 3065
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Matthew Muir

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9816
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Michael Earwaker

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6309
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Nigel Duffield

Special Counsel Melbourne +61 3 9210 3291
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Peter Schenk

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9869
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Robert Regan

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6620
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Scott Francis

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9495
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Shaun Bailey

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6948
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Simon Ashworth

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6538
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Spencer Flay

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1738