Skip to main content

Forthcoming Events

Webinar: Lessons from the Commission of Inquiry

Venue: Hong Kong
Our Chairman, Calvin Cheuk, on behalf of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong, cordially invites you to our evening webinar to be given by Ian Pennicott SC QC, Philip Boulding QC and Geoffrey Chan on Wednesday, 9 September 2020.

Ian, Philip and Geoffrey were all involved in the Commission of Inquiry into the Construction Works at and near the Hung Hom Station Extension under the Shatin to Central Link Project. With the Final Report published earlier this year, members are invited to learn the lessons from both Counsel and Instructing Solicitors who played an integral part in the Inquiry.

Previous Events

Webinar: The DNA of innovation for the Legal and Construction Professions

Venue: Webinar Australia
We know that every sector needs to be constantly reinventing itself and innovating. We also know that clients expect their representatives to be resourceful, creative thinkers. Contrary to popular belief, the most creative ideas are not unique or random. They have a template which makes them learnable, robust and applicable to any sector. What is more, they are used not outside but inside the box. In this webinar, Rachel Audigé will share some of the templates and the principles of Systematic Inventive Thinking that apply to them and work with the group to explore their value for Legal and Construction Professions.

Webinar: NEC: A NEW BENCHMARK FOR CONTRACTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY?

Venue: Webinar Australia
NEC is a relatively new form of contract for procuring engineering works, goods and services. It was built from the ground up to solve common industry challenges and delivers major benefits to clients and contractors alike in terms of ushering in a collaborative mindset, offering significant flexibility to tailor to specific situations; offering a broad suite of contracts for application across multiple sectors and scopes of work; presenting a manual for good project management and contract administration; and encouraging a proactive attitude to managing risk.
The seminar will cover:
• An introduction to the contract
• Its philosophy and development
• The family of contracts and their applications
• The contract structure and layout
• Case studies in use
• A high level compare and contrast to the GC21 and AS forms

Webinar: Avoiding hammer blows to programming analysis in delay disputes

Venue: Webinar Australia
Presented by Petrina Macpherson, William Kerr, Jeremie Witt, Samuel McCarthy
In several recent cases delay expert evidence was found to be unsatisfactory by the court.
This panel discussion traces the common problem areas with delay expert evidence moving through the processes from selection of the expert to cross-examination in arbitration or litigation, and provides strategies to ensure the preparation of persuasive and accessible delay analysis.

Annual General Meeting 2020

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central
Annual General Meeting

Followed by a talk to be given by
Philip Boulding QC

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong will be held at the Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong on Thursday 18 June 2020 commencing at 6.15 p.m.

Annual General Meeting

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Annual General Meeting of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong will be held at the Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central, Hong Kong on Thursday 18 June 2020 commencing at 6.15 p.m.

SCLHK Evening Webinar: Liquidated Damages – Where next after Triple Point

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central
Our Chairman, Ashley Howlett, on behalf of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong, cordially invites you to our second evening webinar to be given by David Streatfeild-James QC from Atkin Chambers on Wednesday, 3 June 2020.

David will address the interesting case of Triple Point Technology v PTT [2019] EWCA Civ 230 and the tricky issues of liquidated damages and termination.

SCLHK Evening Webinar by the Honourable Rimsky Yuen SC and Mr Shannon Sedgwick

Venue: Webinar
Our Chairman, Ashley Howlett, on behalf of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong, cordially invites you to an evening webinar to be given by the Honourable Rimsky Yuen SC of Temple Chambers and Mr Shannon Sedgwick, Senior Managing Director, of Ankura on Wednesday, 29 April 2020.

SCLHK Evening Seminar by Mr David Thomas QC

Venue: HKIAC, 38/F Two Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong
Our Chairman, Ashley Howlett, on behalf of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong, cordially invites you to an evening seminar to be given by David Thomas QC from Keating Chambers on Wednesday, 15 January 2020 at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.

SCLHK One Day Conference 2019

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central
Speakers - Mr CHAN Ka-kui, SBS, JP and others

Expert evidence in arbitration_court – too complex?

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central
Speaker - Sir Robert Akenhead

HKICAdj Construction Adjudicators Training 2019

Venue:
HKICAdj is delivering an Adjudicators Accreditation Training Course to provide construction professionals with insights about contractual and statutory adjudication. This training course will be discussing the proposed Security of Payment Legislation (SOPL) in Hong Kong and also integrating with NEC3 and NEC4 ECC adjudication frameworks.

Obtain your Certificate of Construction Adjudicators from Dec. 14 to 17, 2019.

The ICC Commission Report on Construction Industry Arbitrations – Practical Experiences of an Arbitrator

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central
Speaker - Mr John Bishop

The ICC Commission Report on Construction Industry Arbitrations – Practical Experiences of an Arbitrator

Venue:
Our Chairman, Ashley Howlett, on behalf of the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong, cordially invites you to an evening seminar to be held on Tuesday 10 September 2019 at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.

This presentation will be given by Mr John Bishop. John will give his thoughts on the recently released ICC Commission Report on Construction Industry Arbitrations and explore his practical experiences from the perspective of an arbitrator.

Third Party Funding for Construction Arbitration: Is it really a thing?

Venue: Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Talk after the AGM by the Hon Mr Justice Russell Coleman

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Regulation of the Hong Kong Construction Industry

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Questions arising from a construction insolvency: a liquidator’s perspective

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Hong Kong-Macau-Guangdong Greater Bay Area: Opportunities and Challenges for Construction Professionals

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Compiling Loss of Profits claims - An Accountant's Perspective

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Building Virtually for Eternity

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Society of Construction Law HK Christmas Cocktail Party

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK One Day International Conference 2018

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

European Construction Public Procurement, Current Issues and Perspectives

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

The Bricks & Mortar of Construction Disputes: Topics that will cement your knowledge

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Construction Projects: Delayed and Confused? ….. Lose the blues in CHICAGO

Venue:

Notices, Time Bars and Proportionality

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Concurrent Delay – How is it dealt with? Is concurrency in fact a myth?

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Annual General Meeting

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK Half-day Workshop 2018 – Recent Developments in Standard Form Contracts – NEC4 and FIDIC

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Construction Arbitrations – Recent trends and developments

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Capstones of the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance within the Construction Industry

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

How to Build on Success and Avoid Pitfalls

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Alternative rights to terminate a commercial contract: successful use and liability for misuse

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Christmas Cocktail Party

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

The SCL Protocol and Translating Time into Money

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK One Day International Conference 2017

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Implementing BIM in construction projects

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Third party funding for arbitration: practical opportunities and challenges for construction disputes

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

#171 Elements of a robust delay analysis

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Annual General Meeting

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Failure by the CA to comply with payment regimes - "smash and grab" explained

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK Half Day Workshop 2017 - Failure to approve and certify by the contract administrator

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Troublesome Tribunals - Apparent bias in International Arbitration - the perspective from Hong Kong

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Event #166 "Role of the forensic engineer in construction disputes and how best to brief them" by Sean Brady

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Event #165 - The proposed security of payment legislation in Hong Kong by Steven Beaumont of Quantum Global Solutions

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Event #164 Controlling Costs of Major Projects

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Event #162(b) SCLHK One Day Conference

Venue:

Event #162(a) SCLHK Pre-Conference Cocktails

Venue:

Event #161 "One Belt One Road : Bumps, Bruises and Bunions" By Paul Starr

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Event #160 Unforeseen Ground Conditions

Venue:

Event #159 Global Construction Disputes Report 2016

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK 2016 AGM

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

To Prove or Disprove

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Half Day Workshop on Construction Contract Administration and Claims

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

New Technology and Innovation - International Video Seminar

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

NEC 3 – Overview and Case Studies on the Engineering and Construction Contract

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Third Party Funding in Hong Kong

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Are we moving in the right direction in assessing construction delays?

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Ordinance

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK Christmas Cocktails 2015

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

SCLHK Christmas Cocktails 2015

Venue:

SCLHK One Day International Conference 2015

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Cocktail Reception for One Day International Conference

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Termination of Construction Contracts

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central

Forum on the Government's Consultation Document for the Proposed Security of Payment Legislation

Venue: Hong Kong Club, No.1 Jackson Road, Central