Scott has over 15 years’ experience advising on all aspects of construction, infrastructure, renewable and conventional energy, major projects and engineering. He has spent considerable time working both in house and in private practice across Asia and Australasia and his experience in advising public and private sector clients in all areas of the project life cycle (from structuring, risk allocation and tendering through to negotiation, project delivery and disputes) allows him to deliver trusted, practical and timely solutions.
Scott has advised a number of domestic and international clients (both in private practice and as general counsel) in relation to matters of critical importance to their businesses.
Some of Scott’s recent construction, infrastructure and energy experience include:
25 May 2022 - Knowledge
#Renewable Energy, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability
We look at whether parties can rely on contracts to allocate and reduce grid connection risks, and outline measures that developers, contractors, regulators and the government can adopt to improve the current situation.
03 November 2021 - Knowledge
#Renewable Energy, #Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), #Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability
Australia’s Long Term Emissions Reduction Plan sets a ‘net zero emissions by 2050’ emission target. Is this a game-changer for the renewables sector?
06 October 2021 - Knowledge
#Renewable Energy, #Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability
A wind farm nuisance test case currently before the Supreme Court of Victoria may have wider implications for wind farms and renewable energy targets.
18 Oct 23 - Canberra
With the recent major data breaches and increased public focus on privacy, ensuring privacy compliance is of great importance for everyone working in the Australian Public Sector (APS). This seminar will provide you with an overview of the reform proposals arising from the Privacy Act Review and their implications for the APS. Join Canberra partner Elizabeth Carroll and associate Lachlan Speak as they explore the proposed reforms with a focus on those affecting the responsibilities of Australian Government entities and APS employees.