Christine is a disputes partner in the Construction & Infrastructure Group with more than 15 years’ experience as a construction and commercial litigator. Christine acts in disputes across residential, commercial and infrastructure asset classes.
Christine is the editor of our fortnightly newsletter for professionals in the residential building sector in NSW, Residential Focus.
As the panel relationship partner (alternate), Christine has an overview of the firm's NSW government practice and coordinates conflicts compliance and reporting. Christine is also responsible for the annual government lawyers day conference that Holding Redlich host. She is the editor of the fortnightly newsletter, NSW Government Bulletin.
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Christine’s government experience includes advising agencies in relation to:
04 Feb 19 to 29 Nov 19 - Sydney
Please register your interest for our Privacy & Data Roundtable Series 2019 which will be held in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Please click here for further details and to register your interest.
27 Feb 19 to 11 Dec 19 - Sydney
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.
14 May 19 - Brisbane
The first seminar of our procurement seminar series will discuss probity in procurement. Key issues addressed will include: the key tenets of probity, what is value for money, what does conflict of interest mean and how to manage them, some war stories, navigating disclosure and confidentiality in procurement, what does accountability mean and how do we achieve it?
27 March 2019 - Knowledge
#Property & Real Estate
In the recent decision of Hutchings v Hope  NSWCATAP 59, the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal Appeal Panel (Appeal Panel) set aside the decision of the Tribunal and remitted it for hearing by a differently constituted Tribunal. The Tribunal had found that the building contract was a sham.
27 February 2019 - Knowledge
#Property & Real Estate
Since the Grenfell Tower tragedy, defects in high rise residential buildings have grabbed headlines, concerned the public and drawn the attention of regulators. While fire spread strikes a particular fear, the threat of structural failure has also captivated us, with the evacuation of a residential high rise building unprecedented in our industry.
20 February 2019 - Knowledge
In the case of Knightsbridge North Lawyers Pty Ltd v State of New South Wales, Schmidt J of the NSW Supreme Court considered, amongst other things, whether a failure to comply with a requirement in the Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 (NSW) (ICAC Act) affected the validity of a decision made under that legislation.