Tag Archives: Construction Law

Litigation or Arbitration? Navigating Dispute Resolution in the Construction Sector

In the complex and often high-stakes world of construction disputes, the choice between litigation and arbitration is a pivotal decision that can significantly influence the resolution process, outcome, and overall impact on the parties involved.

Navigating the Complex Terrain of Adjudication: A Close Look at Iris Broadbeach Business Pty Ltd v Descon Group Australia Pty Ltd [2024] QSC 16

In a landmark decision that has sent ripples through the Australian construction and legal sectors, Justice Wilson of the Queensland Supreme Court delivered a judgement on 23 February 2024 in the case of Iris Broadbeach Business Pty Ltd v Descon Group Australia Pty Ltd [2024] QSC 16, which has significant implications for the practice of construction adjudication under the Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Act (BIFA).