Online CLE

    The Clean Energy Legislative Package (Carbon Tax)
    • key aspects of the design and operation of the Carbon Pricing Mechanism
    • imposing an equivalent carbon price on sectors outside the scope of the Carbon Pricing Mechanism
    • the CFI, the CEFC, ARENA and other financing/funding opportunities

    The Coalitions Alternative
    • key aspects of the 'Direct Action Policy'
    • which entities will benefit
    • who pays (directly and indirectly for the emission reductions achieved?

    Repealing the Carbon Tax
    • what does this really mean?
    • key steps involved

    Speakers:
    Bruce Thomas, Executive Chairman, Carbon Trading International; Robert Wilcher, Partner, Herbert Geer; Peter Hawkes, Special Counsel, Herbert Geer; Iain Smale, Joint Managing Director, Pangolin Associates; Ben Stuart, Director of Carbon Strategy, Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX)


    MCLE points: 2

A price on carbon: what it means to you, your firm, your clients

Member Price: 98.00
Non Member Price: $178.00
    Speaker:

    Marcus Bezzi, Executive General Manager, Competition Enforcement, ACCC

     

    Topic:

    ACCC enforcement and compliance priorities

    Key competition priorities for 2017/2018 include:

    • Serious cartels

    • Commercial construction

    • Agriculture

    • Financial services

    • Online issues including access to data and parity clauses


    This presentation formed part of ‘The Harper Reforms: What you need to know’ halfday seminar on 11 August, 2017.

ACCC enforcement and compliance priorities

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:

    Marcus Bezzi, Executive General Manager, Competition Enforcement, ACCC

     

    Topic:

    ACCC enforcement and compliance priorities

    Key competition priorities for 2017/2018 include:

    • Serious cartels

    • Commercial construction

    • Agriculture

    • Financial services

    • Online issues including access to data and parity clauses


    This presentation formed part of ‘The Harper Reforms: What you need to know’ halfday seminar on 11 August, 2017.

ACCC enforcement and compliance priorities

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:

    Odette McDonald, Director and Principal, Phi Finney McDonald

     

    Topic:

    Adverse costs: insurance policies as security for costs


    This presentation formed part of the ‘Class Actions — Different Perspectives’ halfday seminar on 20 October, 2017.

Adverse costs: insurance policies as security for costs

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:

    Odette McDonald, Director and Principal, Phi Finney McDonald

     

    Topic:

    Adverse costs: insurance policies as security for costs


    This presentation formed part of the ‘Class Actions — Different Perspectives’ halfday seminar on 20 October, 2017.

Adverse costs: insurance policies as security for costs

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speakers:
    Tony Woods, Partner, Lander & Rogers
    Sally Moten, Partner, Lander & Rogers
    Ingmar Taylor SC, Greenway Chambers (Chair)

    Topic:
    Challenges and potentials pitfalls. Managing non-traditional labour in the workplace.

    This presentation formed parted of the Managing Workplace Relations: what you need to know half-day seminar on 17 August 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Challenges and potentials pitfalls. Managing non-traditional labour in the workplace

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speakers:
    Tony Woods, Partner, Lander & Rogers
    Sally Moten, Partner, Lander & Rogers
    Ingmar Taylor SC, Greenway Chambers (Chair)

    Topic:
    Challenges and potentials pitfalls. Managing non-traditional labour in the workplace.

    This presentation formed parted of the Managing Workplace Relations: what you need to know half-day seminar on 17 August 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Challenges and potentials pitfalls. Managing non-traditional labour in the workplace

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:
    The Hon Justice Nigel Rein, Supreme Court of NSW

    Topic:
    Close encounters of the unconscionable kind: IP Star Australia Pty Ltd v APS Satellite Pty Ltd (2018) NSWCA 15

    This presentation formed part of the June Judges series. It was delivered on 15 June 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Close encounters of the unconscionable kind: IP Star Australia Pty Ltd v APS Satellite Pty Ltd (2018) NSWCA 15

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:
    The Hon Justice Nigel Rein, Supreme Court of NSW

    Topic:
    Close encounters of the unconscionable kind: IP Star Australia Pty Ltd v APS Satellite Pty Ltd (2018) NSWCA 15

    This presentation formed part of the June Judges series. It was delivered on 15 June 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Close encounters of the unconscionable kind: IP Star Australia Pty Ltd v APS Satellite Pty Ltd (2018) NSWCA 15

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:
    The Hon Justice Steven Rares, Federal Court of Australia

    Topic:
    Commercial issues: private international law

    This presentation formed part of the June Judges series. It was delivered on 22 June 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Commercial issues: private international law

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:
    The Hon Justice Steven Rares, Federal Court of Australia

    Topic:
    Commercial issues: private international law

    This presentation formed part of the June Judges series. It was delivered on 22 June 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Commercial issues: private international law

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speakers:
    Christopher Hodgekiss SC, 5 Selborne Chambers
    Dr Katharine Kemp, University of NSW (Chair)

    Topic:
    Competition Law Master Class
    Misuse of Market Power: how to help your clients handle it

    The master class answers these questions:
    What are the implications of the Harper Review recommendations on s46?
    How does the new s46 work in practice?
    How does one prove a substantial lessening of competition?
    Are there are defences which can be raised to a claimed breach of s46?
    How do the ACCC Interim Guidelines assist in the interpretation of the new s46?

    The master class took place on 17 August 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Competition Law Master Class -  Misuse of Market Power: how to help your clients handle it

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speakers:
    Christopher Hodgekiss SC, 5 Selborne Chambers
    Dr Katharine Kemp, University of NSW (Chair)

    Topic:
    Competition Law Master Class
    Misuse of Market Power: how to help your clients handle it

    The master class answers these questions:
    What are the implications of the Harper Review recommendations on s46?
    How does the new s46 work in practice?
    How does one prove a substantial lessening of competition?
    Are there are defences which can be raised to a claimed breach of s46?
    How do the ACCC Interim Guidelines assist in the interpretation of the new s46?

    The master class took place on 17 August 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Competition Law Master Class - Misuse of Market Power: how to help your clients handle it

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
     Copyright and authorisation after iinet and OptusNow
    The statutory test — section 36(1A) and 101(1A) Copyright Act
    Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v iiNet Ltd [2012] HCA 16 
    National Rugby League Investments Pty Limited v Singtel Optus Pty Ltd [2012] FCAFC 59 
    How does the law of authorisation apply to new technology? Are the 2000 digital agenda reforms still technology neutral? 
    To what extent should content providers, facilitators, pathways and delivery systems have technical and financial responsibility for copyright infringement

Copyright and authorisation after iinet and OptusNow

Member Price: 49.00
Non Member Price: $89.00
    Paul Niederer, CEO, Australian Small Scale Offerings Board (ASSOB)

    Paul Niederer is one of Australia’s leading authorities on peer to peer investing and equity based investment for early stage growth companies. Paul joined the ASSOB team in late 2008. As CEO, Paul leads a team that shepherds businesses through an ordinarily complex and frustrating Capital Raising Process with efficiency and effectiveness.  Paul is no stranger to managing growth businesses, having spent the past few years as CEO of both ASX and NSX publicly listed businesses. Before that he managed and developed businesses in Singapore, the Middle East and Sweden

Crowd Sourced Equity Funding - ASIC ASSOB approval and history of equity raisings

Member Price: 59.00
Non Member Price: $99.00
    Bradley Kidd, Partner, Chapman Tripp

    Bradley Kidd is a corporate and securities law specialist. He is experienced in transactional matters and is at the forefront of Chapman Tripp’s financial services regulatory practice. Bradley has particular expertise in the regulatory environment for banks and other major financial services market participants.  He also advises on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and listed company transactions. Bradley has written a number of articles on company and securities law, financial services regulation and stock exchange listing rules issues.

Crowd Sourced Equity Funding - NZ equity crowd funding regulation: experience to date

Member Price: 59.00
Non Member Price: $99.00
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