CLA Seminars

    Speaker:
    Murali Sagi, Deputy Chief Executive, Judicial Commission of NSW

    Topic:
    Intelligent systems and justice: a new paradigm (Rule 6.1.3 — Professional skills)

    This presentation formed part of the Mandatory CLE half-day seminar that took place on 23 March 2018.

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Intelligent systems and justice: a new paradigm (Rule 6.1.3 — Professional skills)

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speakers:
    Panel discussion with Professors Michael Quinlan, Sandra Lynch and Iain Benson; Adjunct Associate Professor Catherine Osborne. All from the University of Notre Dame Australia

    Topic:
    Making diversity work in legal practice — the benefits and challenges (Rule 6.1.2 — Practice management and business skills)

    This discussion formed part of the Mandatory CLE half-day seminar that took place on 23 March 2018

    Venue:
    NSW State Library

Making diversity work in legal practice — the benefits and challenges (Rule 6.1.2 — Practice management and business skills)

Member Price: 55.00
Non Member Price: $75.00
    Speaker:
    Professor Gerard Ryan, University of Notre Dame Australia

    Topic:
    Overview of the current structure and content of the legal ethics framework
    (Rule 6.1.1 — Ethics and professional responsibility)

    This presentation formed part of the Mandatory CLE half-day seminar that took place on 23 March 2018

Overview of the current structure and content of the legal ethics framework (Rule 6.1.1 — Ethics and professional responsibility)

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 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 Ashley Black, Supreme Court of NSW

    Topic:
    Recent developments in corporate law

    This presentation formed part of the June Judges series. It was delivered on 8 June 2018

    Venue: NSW State Library

Recent developments in corporate law

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:
    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

      Speaker:

      Nicholas Mirzai, Level 22 Chambers

      Topic:

      Security interests on the occurrence of insolvency.
      Issues before the courts.
      What you don’t hear about.

      This presentation formed part of PPSA Master Class on 9 March 2018

      Venue:

      NSW State Library


    PPSA Master Class - Security interests on the occurrence of insolvency

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

      Helena Busljeta, Special Counsel, KWM

      Topic:

      Registration on the PPSR: what legal practitioners need to know.
      The PPSR registration process is highly prescriptive and errors are easy to make.
      This session will provide practical guidance on:
      • how to make an effective registration
      • what to do if a registration is ineffective 

      This presentation formed part of PPSA Master Class on 9 March 2018

       Venue:

      NSW State Library

    PPSA Master Class - Registration on the PPSR

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

      Jacqueline Downes, Partner, Allens

       

      Topic:

      The Harper changes — implications for misuse of market power

      A practical look at conduct that may be captured by the revised law.

      Some issues that will be covered:

      • Identifying relevant ‘markets’ and market power

      • Inferring purpose where there is no effect

      • Implications of removing the mandatory factors

      • How to assess a substantial lessening of competition for unilateral conduct


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

    The Harper changes — implications for misuse of market power

    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:

      Katrina Groshinski, Partner, Minter Ellison

       

      Topic:

      The Harper changes — concerted practices, joint ventures and tying


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

    The Harper changes — concerted practices, joint ventures and tying

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

      The Hon Justice Michael Lee, Federal Court of Australia

       

      Topic:

      Multiplicity of class actions: a Judge’s perspective on managing competing claims and assessing proposed settlements


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

    Multiplicity of class actions: a Judge’s perspective on managing competing claims and assessing proposed settlements

    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:

      Emily Dewberry, Mediator, DEWBERRY Mediations; Tim Finney, Director and Principal, Phi Finney McDonald; Wayne Attrill, Senior Investment Manager, IMF Bentham Limited; Jason Betts, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills; Brett Jordan, Senior Technical Claims Advisor, AIG

       

      Topic:

      Panel discussion: Stakeholder’s perspectives on class settlement negotiations


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

    Panel discussion: Stakeholder’s perspectives on class settlement negotiations

    Member Price: 55.00
    Non Member Price: $75.00
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