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Spend it wisely: The true meaning behind Value for Money
What constitutes value for money? And once you've identified areas of value, how do you ensure you make the most of them?
Australia
12 Feb 2018
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Disrupting procurement: the process contract and other avenues
The law should balance the need for accountability without allowing legal actions to be disruptive and obstructive.
Australia
19 Jan 2017
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Don't believe the Andrews hype - service credits are unlikely to be penalties
The High Court's Andrews decision fuelled widespread concern that contractual devices everywhere were under threat.
Australia
22 Sep 2015
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Liquidated damages post Andrews - a double-edged sword
A recent case in Queensland (IPN Medical) has provided clear guidance for penalties and liquidated damages clauses.
Australia
25 Aug 2015
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A stitch in time saves nine: How excluding consequential loss could save you millions
Commercial contracts should precisely define and exclude 'consequential loss' and not rely on a general exclusion.
Australia
5 Aug 2015
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