Session held on 15th April 2021
About this session
The NEC.4 standard contract (2017), originally from the UK, is now being used more widely as a template in Australia and New Zealand (plus Hong Kong & South Africa).
Compared to NEC.3 (2013) it weighs RISK more evenly between buyer & seller and brings a range of modernisations useful in today’s business environments – especially capital purchases.
Moreover, NEC.4 can offer a useful template contract and ‘clause-library’ for time-poor buyers – if used with care!
Join this guided-tour of NEC.4 with top lawyer Scott Alden, and understand how best to use it, and not use it, in professional procurement work.
Pre-reading is available at :
Your expert facilitator
Scott Alden is a lawyer of rich experience specialising in procurement, contract & construction law and is a partner at HWL Ebsworth lawyers in Sydney.
Previously, Scott has worked with Holding Redlich, DLA Piper and other top firms. He is also a part-time lecturer at the College of Law.
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|Topic / Interest||Contracting & contract management, Negotiating, Negotiating Mutual Value, Negotiation, Outcomes- based Contracting|
|Type||Reports / Research, Virtual Round-table Recording|