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2019年12月6日 14:33:26

简介
专业评核试/技术评核试
学会持续专业发展项目
其他持续专业发展项目
 
编号 : 2018016
项目名 : Contract Administration Series (3) - Sub-contracting
学会持续专业发展编号 : Formal Events
讲师 : Ms. Isabelle Chan
Senior Associate, Pinsent Masons

Mr. Thomas Ho
Solicitor, Pinsent Masons
日期 : 19/04/2018
时间 : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Registration and networking time: from 6:30 pm)
持续进修小时 : 1.5
地点 : 香港上环干诺道中111号永安中心12楼 1207室测量师研習中心
部门 : 青年组
截止日期 : 请参考备注
费用 : HK$120 for members; HK$150 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed); Free of charge for full time degree student members (subject to availability).
名额 : YSG Members; First-come-first-served
语言 : Cantonese supplemented by English
详情 :

About the Speaker

Isabelle Chan

Isabelle is a Senior Associate in the Construction and Advisory Disputes Group of Pinsent Masons Hong Kong, and is a solicitor of the High Court of Hong Kong. She specializes in non-contentious construction and engineering matters, and is experienced in drafting and negotiating engineering procurement and construction (EPC), design and build and consultancy tenders and contracts for employers, contractors and consultants in international projects and Hong Kong domestic projects in the energy, transport and shipping sectors.

 

Isabelle regularly advises clients on project and contract structuring and administration, and subcontract management.  She is experienced in the use of FIDIC standard forms of contract. Isabelle has written for the International Construction Law Review on claims procedure under FIDIC.

 

Thomas Ho

Thomas is a construction lawyer in the Construction and Advisory Disputes Group of Pinsent Masons Hong Kong, focusing on non-contentious construction and engineering matters. He specializes in drafting and negotiating engineering procurement and construction (EPC) and design build and operation (DBO) in international projects and Hong Kong domestic projects in the energy, transport and infrastructure sectors, as well as project management matters.

 

Thomas has written in the International Construction Law Review on the use of liquidated damages, for which his essay "Against Cavendish: Towards a Procedural Conception of the Penalty Doctrine" was awarded the Society of Construction Law Australia's Brooking Prize in 2016 for the best essay submitted in the field of construction law. He has also written for the Building Dispute Practitioners Society Newsletter on the interpretation of construction management contracts.

 

Abstract

For main contractors, passing of appropriate risks onto subcontractors is an important part of risk management. He will want to pass on as much of the risks associated with any subcontracted portions of the works as possible, in order to reduce his own exposure to employer. Where appropriate risks are passed, it ensures that the person best able to control the risk also has the strongest incentive to control the risk. Against this context, the seminar endeavours to explore effective ways of subcontracting and imposing obligations on the subcontractor on a "back to back" basis.