Jacqui Doyle is a Special Counsel in the Construction and Infrastructure group and specialises in construction litigation, primarily in relation to disputes arising under commercial construction contracts.
Jacqui also has particular experience in advising on claims made under security for payment legislation (in New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia) including preparing payment claims, payment schedules, adjudication applications and responses. As a result of her experience, Jacqui understands the intricacies and difficulties associated with these claims, including the tight time frames, tips, tricks and traps in relation each alternate piece of legislation.
In addition to her security for payment experience Jacqui is to able to advise you and guide you on all forms of dispute management including litigation, contractual claim management, mediation, expert determination, arbitration and contract dispute procedures.
Jacqui’s expertise has been recognised by clients and peers by being named as a Rising Star in the Australia wide 2019 Doyles Guide for Construction & Infrastructure.
Jacqui has considerable experience in these areas and spends her time focusing on:
22 October 2019 - Knowledge
#Construction & Infrastructure
A party’s right to the return of its security is often prescribed by the contract. But what happens to the security if the contract is terminated or the works are taken out of the contractor’s hands prior to the works reaching completion? This article looks at the recent case of Galileo Miranda Nominee Pty Ltd v Duffy Kennedy Pty Ltd which sheds some light on this question.