Past events

Below is a list of our past events. Here you can clearly see the quality of our speakers and the value of our course list. If you would like further information about any of these events, or whether they will be repeated, please contact us now 

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Understanding China’s Business and Legal Environments

Understanding China’s Business and Legal Environments

Thursday, 23 November 2017 | Cost: $440

This seminar will assist lawyers whose practices involve dealing with the Chinese market.

Legal Concerns for the Sharing Economy

Legal Concerns for the Sharing Economy

Thursday, 23 November 2017 | Cost: $440

This seminar will cover the legal implications of the shared economy by considering the various models that the shared economy can take on, and the employment, intellectual property and regulation. Speakers will also consider the possible implications the shared economy will have on the Australian legal landscape in the future

Mandatory Rule 6.1 with a focus on wellness

Mandatory Rule 6.1 with a focus on wellness

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 | Cost: $330

22 November 2017

Building and Construction Law: Defect liability and Cladding Claims

Building and Construction Law: Defect liability and Cladding Claims

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 | Cost: $440

A major community concern exists after the Melbourne and “Grenfell” fires in relation to defective cladding materials. Any latent defect may arise after a structure is tested over time. Here many have been identified at once.  Enforcing rights for rectification is more problematic after certificates have been issued.  Leading practitioners will explore the current challenges facing many buildings and provide advice for the future conduct of building projects to account for the increased risks of defects.

Cyber Security and Data Privacy Law

Cyber Security and Data Privacy Law

Thursday, 16 November 2017 | Cost: $440

This seminar will identify cyber risks, examine the developments in data privacy and data breach legislation, and discuss potential measures that organisations might consider taking when reviewing their cyber resilience strategies in order to safeguard sensitive and confidential data.

Employment Law

Employment Law

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 | Cost: $440

This seminar is aimed at providing legal professionals with insights and practical assistance which will assist with strategies for advising clients.

Business Law

Business Law

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 | Cost: $440

This seminar is an assessment of the key issues that arise for practitioners advising clients in business issues. 

Corporations Law and Directors’ Duties

Corporations Law and Directors’ Duties

Tuesday, 14 November 2017 | Cost: $440

Current issues which are in the limelight due to the current regulatory and policy directions of Government and regulators will be examined.  This seminar will assist those advising company boards on best practice and help them introduce governance systems that still allow the company to foster entrepreneurial activities.

Mandatory Rule 6.1 with a focus on Technology

Mandatory Rule 6.1 with a focus on Technology

Thursday, 9 November 2017 | Cost: $330

Mandatory Rule 6.1

Using the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land in Late 2017

Using the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land in Late 2017

Thursday, 9 November 2017 | Cost: $440

Late 2017 sees five editions of the joint copyright form of contract in current use. In this session Tony Cahill will review the development of the various versions since the release of the 2014 edition, and discuss the key features of each.

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