IAMA appointed Steve to adjudicate a dispute over a payment claim exceeding $550k, between a construction contractor and a government agency. The matter was settled by mutual consent of the parties.
NECA appointed Steve to adjudicate two payment claim disputes between a switchboard manufacturer and his client.
Steve gave the parties the opportunity to resolve the matter by mutual consent in order to minimise the costs and enable them to work together in future. The parties were not able to resolve the matters and so Steve determined the two disputes in accordance with the Act, despite the absenmce of any submission from the Respondent.
Lieblich & Associates concluded an agreement to provide non-executive advisory services to Frank Johnson, principal of OptionScape. Steve Lieblich will assist with strategic planning, business planning, negotiations with customers and allies, sales presentations, and commercial relations.
The National Electrical and Communications Association (“NECA”) nominated Steve Lieblich to adjudicate a 7-figure payment dispute between a builder and his electrical subcontractor.
Steve determined the matter on 4 April 2013.
Steve Lieblich today successfully concluded the mediation of a longstanding (2-year) dispute between a major-building contractor and his security-system subcontractor, with the parties settling the matter by mutual consent.
Steve Lieblich was presented with an Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia (IAMA) Certificate of National Accreditation as a Practitioner of Mediation, in accordance with the National Mediator Accreditation Standards (NMAS).
Steve was accredited as a Mediator by IAMA in 2005, and has been practicing since then, however the NMAS Standards were subsequently introduced in 2008. Steve completed “top-up” training, in compliance with the new NMAS Standards, in March 2012.
Steve Lieblich today resigned from his position as Chairman and Director of both Amristar Solutions and iDelve, effective immediately.
The Lieblich Super Fund remains a 20% shareholder of both companies.
The National Electrical and Communications Association (“NECA”) nominated Steve Lieblich to adjudicate two payment claim disputes between a builder and his electrical subcontractor. The parties consented to the two disputes being adjudicated together.
Subsequent to the submission of both the Application and the response, in accordance with the Act, Steve consented to further submissions and also requested submissions in repsonse to his specific questions.
Steve determined the matter, including an allowance for most of the costs to be borne by one party on the basis of unfounded submissions, on 17 August 2012.
Steve Lieblich was approached by a West-Australian contractor, with the agreement of his security-system subcontractor, to mediate in matters of contractual dispute.