Hugh Foxcroft QC regularly appears as an advocate and also acts as an arbitrator, mediator, expert determiner and adjudicator.
His practice involves major commercial disputes with a construction and civil engineering project or insurance emphasis. He has provided commercial, insurance and contractual advice in proceedings related to major projects in Victoria, interstate and overseas. A list of representative projects is available on request.
Appointed senior counsel in 2000, Hugh Foxcroft has practised as a silk for 20 years and is admitted to practice in all Australian jurisdictions. As a Grade 1 arbitrator and Fellow of Resolution Institute (formerly the Institute of Arbitrators & Mediators Australia) he has extensive experience in the conduct of arbitrations, including international arbitrations.
Hugh Foxcroft is a member of the Supreme Court of Victoria Technology Engineering and Construction (TEC) Cases List and Arbitration List advisory committees, is a founding member and committee member of Melbourne TEC Chambers (MTECC), is an honorary life member of the Building Dispute Practitioners' Society (Victoria), member and former Deputy Chair of the Construction and Infrastructure Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia (Business Law Section), a fellow of the Australian Centre for Commercial Arbitration (ACICA), and a member of the Society of Construction Law (UK & Australia), ICC Australia, International Bar Association. Hugh is also an accredited adjudicator under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act in Victoria.
From 01/07/2008, Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.