Online CLE

    Topic:
    2022 issues in employment and industrial law

    Speakers:
    Ian Neil SC, 6 St James Hall Chambers; Sally Moten, Partner, Lander & Rogers (Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March 2022

    The seminar covers:
    • Vaccinations against COVID-19, including:
    Booster mandates
    Workplace safety issues arising from outbreaks of COVID-19 and adverse reactions to vaccines
    Unfair dismissal cases relating to vaccine mandates
    Privacy implications of vaccine mandates
    • Directions to return to work in the employer’s premises

2022 issues in employment and industrial law

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Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    2022 issues in employment and industrial law

    Speakers:
    Ian Neil SC, 6 St James Hall Chambers; Sally Moten, Partner, Lander & Rogers (Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March 2022

    The seminar covers:
    • Vaccinations against COVID-19, including:
    Booster mandates
    Workplace safety issues arising from outbreaks of COVID-19 and adverse reactions to vaccines
    Unfair dismissal cases relating to vaccine mandates
    Privacy implications of vaccine mandates
    • Directions to return to work in the employer’s premises

2022 issues in employment and industrial law

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Acquisition and compensation checklist

    Speakers:
    Angela Pearman, Mark Seymour and Ian Hemmings SC (Chair) — Martin Place Chambers

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library in May, 2022

    The seminar covers:
    • Getting your house in order before you receive the PAN
    • Compare and contract compensation, particularly disturbance for 88K as against Just Terms

Acquisition and compensation checklist

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Acquisition and compensation checklist

    Speakers:
    Angela Pearman, Mark Seymour and Ian Hemmings SC (Chair) — Martin Place Chambers

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library in May, 2022

    The seminar covers:
    • Getting your house in order before you receive the PAN
    • Compare and contract compensation, particularly disturbance for 88K as against Just Terms

Acquisition and compensation checklist

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Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    All I want for Christmas is your claim summarily dismissed

    Speakers:
    Alex Tuhtan, Principal, CDI Lawyers, Qld
    Ben Whitten, 35 West Chambers, Qld
    Richard Schulte, Hemmant’s List, Qld (Moderator)

    Venue:
    Webinar recorded on 15 October, 2020

    This webinar explores the why, when and how to apply to strike out, for summary judgement or for an early trial of a separate question in commercial litigation. How often does a matter actually proceed to trial? Modern commercial disputes are fact heavy and complex, even when there are only a few key issues to be determined. So much so, that the mere thought of a trial instantly conjures visions of four weeks in court and reviewing enough paperwork to take out a World Heritage rainforest. What if it didn’t have to be this way? What if there was a way to shortcut the dispute and jump straight to the end, resolving the proceedings in months rather than years. In this seminar, Alexander Tuhtan and Benjamin Whitten will explore how a simple strike out application, application for summary judgment or trial on a separate question can either resolve your proceedings entirely or reduce the time and cost for the proceedings substantially.

All I want for Christmas is your claim summarily dismissed

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    All I want for Christmas is your claim summarily dismissed

    Speakers:
    Alex Tuhtan, Principal, CDI Lawyers, Qld
    Ben Whitten, 35 West Chambers, Qld
    Richard Schulte, Hemmant’s List, Qld (Moderator)

    Venue:
    Webinar recorded on 15 October, 2020

    This webinar explores the why, when and how to apply to strike out, for summary judgement or for an early trial of a separate question in commercial litigation. How often does a matter actually proceed to trial? Modern commercial disputes are fact heavy and complex, even when there are only a few key issues to be determined. So much so, that the mere thought of a trial instantly conjures visions of four weeks in court and reviewing enough paperwork to take out a World Heritage rainforest. What if it didn’t have to be this way? What if there was a way to shortcut the dispute and jump straight to the end, resolving the proceedings in months rather than years. In this seminar, Alexander Tuhtan and Benjamin Whitten will explore how a simple strike out application, application for summary judgment or trial on a separate question can either resolve your proceedings entirely or reduce the time and cost for the proceedings substantially.

All I want for Christmas is your claim summarily dismissed

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title
    Bringing commercial and corporate proceedings in the Brisbane Federal Court
     
    Speakers
    Hon Justice Kylie Downes and Hon Justice Roger Derrington, Federal Court of Australia
    Ben Whitten, 35 West Chambers (Chair)

    Venue
    Dexus Place, Brisbane, November 2021

    The seminar covers:
    • The types of matters that can be placed on the commercial list
    • The advantages of bringing commercial litigation in the Federal Court

Bringing commercial and corporate proceedings in the Brisbane Federal Court

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title
    Bringing commercial and corporate proceedings in the Brisbane Federal Court
     
    Speakers
    Hon Justice Kylie Downes and Hon Justice Roger Derrington, Federal Court of Australia
    Ben Whitten, 35 West Chambers (Chair)

    Venue
    Dexus Place, Brisbane, November 2021

    The seminar covers:
    • The types of matters that can be placed on the commercial list
    • The advantages of bringing commercial litigation in the Federal Court

Bringing commercial and corporate proceedings in the Brisbane Federal Court

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Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title:
    Bringing workers compensation claims in the NSW Personal Injury Commission

    Speaker:
    Richard Perrignon, Denman Chambers, Senior Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Member of the NSW Personal Injury Commission

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March, 2022

    This is a Mandatory CLE seminar covering Rule 6.1.3 Professional skills

Bringing workers compensation claims in the NSW Personal Injury Commission

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title:
    Bringing workers compensation claims in the NSW Personal Injury Commission

    Speaker:
    Richard Perrignon, Denman Chambers, Senior Member of the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Member of the NSW Personal Injury Commission

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March, 2022

    This is a Mandatory CLE seminar covering Rule 6.1.3 Professional skills

Bringing workers compensation claims in the NSW Personal Injury Commission

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Building and Design Practitioners Master Class

    Speaker:
    Jeffrey Goldberger, Special Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright

    Venue:
    NSW State Library, November 2021

    Ever since the Opal Tower debacle in Sydney there has been considerable focus on the contractual and legal responsibility of construction contractors, building consultants such as architects and engineers and construction insurers. It is a complex picture involving the interaction of contract, tort and insurance law principles. In New South Wales the Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 which came into force on 1 July 2021 needs to be woven into the tapestry. 

    The purpose of this master class is to untangle the complexity and identify the key principles and how they interact and to provide a practical perspective to all the stakeholders in the Australian construction industry.

    The master class covers:
    1. Tendering and contract formation issues
    2. Principles of contract interpretation
    3. Performance bonds and parent company guarantees
    4. The prevention principle and extensions of time
    5. Liquidated damages and relief against penalties
    6. Design warranties and liability for design certificates
    7. Defective building work and the statute of limitations
    8. Terminating a construction contract; the risks

Building and Design Practitioners Master Class

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Building and Design Practitioners Master Class

    Speaker:
    Jeffrey Goldberger, Special Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright

    Venue:
    NSW State Library, November 2021

    Ever since the Opal Tower debacle in Sydney there has been considerable focus on the contractual and legal responsibility of construction contractors, building consultants such as architects and engineers and construction insurers. It is a complex picture involving the interaction of contract, tort and insurance law principles. In New South Wales the Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 which came into force on 1 July 2021 needs to be woven into the tapestry. 

    The purpose of this master class is to untangle the complexity and identify the key principles and how they interact and to provide a practical perspective to all the stakeholders in the Australian construction industry.

    The master class covers:
    1. Tendering and contract formation issues
    2. Principles of contract interpretation
    3. Performance bonds and parent company guarantees
    4. The prevention principle and extensions of time
    5. Liquidated damages and relief against penalties
    6. Design warranties and liability for design certificates
    7. Defective building work and the statute of limitations
    8. Terminating a construction contract; the risks

Building and Design Practitioners Master Class

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Case management of large commercial disputes

    Speakers:
    Hon Justice Thomas Bradley, Supreme Court of Queensland; Ben Whitten, Hemmant’s List (Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at Vincents Chartered Accountants, Brisbane, in April 2022

    The seminar will cover:
    • Management of proceedings with the objective of the just and expeditious resolution of the real issues in the proceeding at a minimum expense
    • Case management in respect of the appointment of a referee
    • The role of a referee in achieving the just and expeditious resolution of real issues in a proceeding, at a minimum expense:
    —    general approach to references 
    —    historical approach to references
    —    the operation and application of rr 501-505, 505A to r 505D of the UCPR 

Case management of large commercial disputes

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Topic:
    Case management of large commercial disputes

    Speakers:
    Hon Justice Thomas Bradley, Supreme Court of Queensland; Ben Whitten, Hemmant’s List (Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at Vincents Chartered Accountants, Brisbane, in April 2022

    The seminar will cover:
    • Management of proceedings with the objective of the just and expeditious resolution of the real issues in the proceeding at a minimum expense
    • Case management in respect of the appointment of a referee
    • The role of a referee in achieving the just and expeditious resolution of real issues in a proceeding, at a minimum expense:
    —    general approach to references 
    —    historical approach to references
    —    the operation and application of rr 501-505, 505A to r 505D of the UCPR 

Case management of large commercial disputes

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title:
    COVID issues for employers

    Speakers:
    Angus Macinnis, Director of Dispute Resolution, StevensVuaran Lawyers; Professor Keith Thompson, University of Notre Dame Australia

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March, 2022

    This is a Mandatory CLE seminar covering Rule 6.1.2 Practise management and business skills

COVID issues for employers

Member Price: 0.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Title:
    COVID issues for employers

    Speakers:
    Angus Macinnis, Director of Dispute Resolution, StevensVuaran Lawyers; Professor Keith Thompson, University of Notre Dame Australia

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March, 2022

    This is a Mandatory CLE seminar covering Rule 6.1.2 Practise management and business skills


COVID issues for employers

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Non Member Price: $75.00
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