Most significant publicly funded developments for major infrastructure – roads, rail, ports, tunnels and the like – intersect with other core infrastructure, such as utilities – gas, water, electricity – which may be highly regulated but are usually privately owned. Negotiating the rights, obligations and risks of the respective parties is delicate and difficult, complicated by the proliferation of external contractors. This session draws on our deep experience at the frontline of significant project infrastructure negotiations, with important lessons for government about approaches to indemnities, insurance, damages, force majeure and other risk-defining contractual provisions
You can view the full session here: Navigating the infrastructure landscape for effective major project negotiations
Jim Demack, Partner
Shane Wacker, Associate
Recorded on 23 July 2020 during Government Lawyers Legal Update 2020.