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Upcoming seminars and courses
Facilitator Tony CAHILL
This seminar provides an up-to-date examination of the remedies that may be obtained from Courts.
This seminar offers all solicitors who hold current Practising Certificates the opportunity to complete each of the annual Rule 6.1 mandatory units in the prescribed areas all in one session.
This seminar will cover important developments in the law and practice of Dust Diseases claims. Leading experts will keep you up to date on procedures at the Dust Diseases Tribunal, and discuss issues relating to damages, causation, expert evidence, jurisdiction and recent significant cases
The program will cover topics of increasing importance for practitioners in the current market for commercial and retail leasing and will include a timely review of relevant cases and legislation
Defamation continues to play an important role in protection of reputation as the notion of ‘freedom of speech’ collides with new technologies and social changes. Claims in defamation are becoming increasingly complex with major claims involving not only traditional media organisations, but also social media entities.
A practical examination of key the issues encountered in a transactional context will be of assistance to you in relation to bringing greater value to commercial clients’ matters. This seminar explores the key aspects of commercialization of IP. This is an important seminar for commercial practitioners in today’s environment
Leading practitioners will lead you through the reforms, discuss current issues and provide practical tips for advising clients
The operation of the new Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) has now been in use by the commercial world for some years. This legislation had far-reaching effects. As the new laws continue to have significant impact on most business within Australia, practitioners need to be aware of the recent developments.
This seminar is designed to focus upon issues in contract law to enable practitioners to avoid the pitfalls in advising on and drafting agreements. We will examine interpretations and developments in the courts in recent years.