Cladding and the Changing Insurance Market
Do you know how to tackle the practical challenges posed by flammable cladding in past and present projects? Are you familiar with future developments in the insurance industry? Join us on 17 October for the ACA Insight Webinar to learn more.
The insurance market is deteriorating globally, and it’s important to keep up to date with the changing nature of the industry. Insurance experts Laurence Gottlieb from Planned Cover and Natasha Stojanovich from Lander and Rogers will explore the latest developments on a wide range of topics, including the following:
- The current state of the insurance market, including the impact on premiums and prevalence of cladding exclusions
- How to get the best result at insurance renewal
- How an architect’s past design is judged (legally)
- Available defences e.g. ‘acceptable professional practice’ / ‘peer professional opinion’
- Practical tips – what should architects be doing in the current environment?
- The cladding legacy and problems with remedial design
- Challenges on the horizon
Natasha Stojanovich, Special Counsel, Lander and Rogers
Natasha is an experienced litigator, with a particular focus on insurance and building disputes. She has considerable experience handling complex multi-party disputes, and regularly acts for architects, engineers and building certifiers. Natasha is currently acting in several active litigated claims involving flammable cladding in both the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the Supreme Court of Victoria. She is also assisting a variety of private clients in navigating the challenges posed by flammable cladding, such as mitigating liability risk and insurance-related issues. Natasha has also published various articles, including on topics such as non-conforming building products (including flammable cladding and wall systems), class actions, proportionate liability and claims against building practitioners. Natasha joined Lander and Rogers as Special Counsel in November 2017. She previously spent more than a decade working for a global international law firm. She is Vice-President of the Australian Professional Indemnity Group (Victorian Chapter) and a Member of the Advisory Committee to the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance Journal.
Laurence Gottlieb, Victorian State Manager, Planned Cover
Laurence is a lawyer by profession and has worked in corporate finance for different banks in South Africa before moving to Australia in 2002. Since then he has worked at different insurance brokerages and has had 15 years’ experience in professional risks, specialising in professional indemnity insurances. For the last ten years Laurence has been the Victoria State Manager of Planned Cover providing insurance placement and advice, risk management and claims management services, primarily to construction professionals.
Wednesday, 17 October 2018
12.30pm for 1pm–2pm AEDT
WA 9.30pm registration for 10–11am
NT 11am for 11.30am–12.30pm
Qld 11.30am for 12–1pm
SA 12pm registration for 12.30–1.30pm
NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas 12.30 pm registration for 1–2pm
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Venues are listed below.
Level 7 232 Victoria Parade
Ph 03 9418 3333
New South Wales
Fulton Trotter Architects
Level 3, 35 Spring Street
Ph 02 9369 5941
Suite 2, 19 Harris Street
Ph 02 8569 5000
Unit 13, 829 Old Northern Road
Ph 02 9651 6500
Fulton Trotter Architects
18 Portman Lane,
Ph 07 3291 1511
JPE Design Studio
Level 4/19 Gilles Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Ph 08 8406 4000
360 Murray Street
Ph 08 9433 6000
Meyer Shircore and Associates
Suite 2, Ground Floor
437 Roberts Road
Ph 08 9381 8511
1c Pearse Street
Ph 08 6500 3242
Members in the NT and Tasmania can log in online.