Stephen practises in construction and infrastructure matters, specialising in construction litigation, arbitration, expert determination and BCIPA claims.
Stephen has significant major international and local project experience across the commercial construction, mining and road infrastructure sectors. He specialises in dispute avoidance and resolution with extensive experience in mediation, arbitration, expert determination, litigation and claims under the security for payment legislation nationally.
Stephen has provided dispute related advice to principals (including government) and major contractors in the context of several local and international projects including:
Stephen provides regular in-house training for clients in relation to the management and resolution of project disputes and also conducts training on behalf of recognised industry peak bodies such as Engineers Australia and the Civil Contractors Federation.
Stephen is a recognised industry expert and is named in Doyles Guide to the Australian Legal Profession as a recommended back end construction and infrastructure lawyer. Stephen is also listed in the Best Lawyers in Australia 2020 edition for the area of Construction/Infrastructure Law.
11 Feb 20 to 10 Nov 20 - Brisbane
This series will equip you with the knowledge and tools to buy and/or sell better, will ensure you remain compliant in this increasingly regulated environment, and will maximise your chances of success and beat off the competition.
27 Feb 20 to 10 Dec 20 - Sydney
Procurement is one of the most important functions of any business. Whether you are buying or selling goods or services, or even procuring construction, it is critical to ensure that the procurement is considered, compliant, and undertaken in a way that ensures that risks are minimised, opportunities maximised and objectives met.
08 Apr 20
In this webinar, Holding Redlich’s workplace relations & safety partners, Charles Power and Ben Marshall, will examine the legal issues confronting Australian businesses when managing their workforces during the coronavirus pandemic.