Building and construction law conference
Building and construction law has been in a period of renewal for a number of years. Following the recent reforms, the sector is facing new challenges coming from the implementation of the last amendments of the Construction Contracts Act and new issues related to overseas supplies and new manufacturing building solutions.
In addition, processes regarding compliance and consent from MBIE are still unclear and amendments on Resource Management Act and Earthquake-prone Building Regulations will have an impact on the sector.
The 2017 Building and Construction Law Conference, organised by Thomson Reuters, is a new conference that brings together lawyers, solicitors from local councils and MBIE, engineers and architects. The Conference aims to provide practical solutions and in-depth analysis of the most topical legal issues on the Building and Construction sector.
Building and Construction Law is your best opportunity to stay up-to-date as well as gain practical solutions to new challenges facing the sector.
Topics covered will include:
- Changes to money retention and scope of the Construction Contracts Act
- MBIE and local councils updates on consent and compliance
- New challenges of overseas supplies and manufactured building solutions
- The impact of the amendment of the Resource Management Act and Earthquake-Prone Building Regulations on the building sector.
- Dispute resolution
And much more...
We look forward to meeting you at the conference.
Click here to register now.
Contact Annette Vao on (09) 361 8925 or email@example.com.
Date & Location
Auckland: 22 March 2017
Early Bird: $595 + GST
(Early Bird finishes on 8 February 2017) Full Price: $650 + GST