Videos

    Topic:
    Practice in the Corporations List of the Supreme Court of NSW and recent case law

    Speakers:
    Hon Justice Ashley Black, Supreme Court of NSW; Norman Donato, Partner, Bartier Perry (Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library in July 2022

Practice in the Corporations List of the Supreme Court of NSW and recent case law

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    Topic:
    Equity’s path to justice

    Speakers:
    Hon Justice Julie Ward, President, NSW Court of Appeal; Sarah Hill, 4 Selborne Chambers (Chair)

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

    The seminar explores the judicial method for deciding a case in equity in contrast to the path taken by the common law.

Equity’s path to justice

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    Topic:
    Problems with restraint of trade

    Speakers:
    Thomas Bathurst AC, QC, former Chief Justice of NSW; Norman Donato, Bartier Perry (Chair)

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

Problems with restraint of trade

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    Topic:
    Pleading causation

    Speakers:
    Hon Justice John Bond, Queensland Court of Appeal; Ben Whitten, Hemmant’s List (Chair

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

Pleading causation

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    Topic:
    Floodprone land: avoiding, planning and reform

    Speakers:
    Dr James Smith, Ian Hemmings SC (Chair) — Martin Place Chambers

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

Floodprone land: avoiding, planning and reform

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    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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    Topic:
    NCAT property issues

    Speakers:
    Lauren Sims, Chris Koikas and Ian Hemmings SC (Chair) — Martin Place Chambers

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

    The seminar covers navigating litigation in NCAT and access to neighbouring lands

NCAT property issues

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    Topic:
    Strata renewal update including dealing with entitlement

    Speakers:
    Janet McKelvey, Lara Nurpuri and Ian Hemmings SC (Chair) — Martin Place Chambers

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

Strata renewal update including dealing with entitlement

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    Topic:
    Regulatory enforcement and class actions: conflict and co-ordination

    Speaker:
    Professor Michael Legg, University of NSW

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

    Enforcement of laws is crucial for effective regulation. Historically, enforcement was the province of a government regulator with significant discretion (public enforcement). However, more and more citizens are being expected to take action themselves (private enforcement). The rise of the shareholder class action in Australia, backed by litigation funding or lawyers, has given rise to private litigation overlapping with that of the government regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.  

    The seminar covers:
    1. Causes of overlapping enforcement
    2. Ramifications of overlapping enforcement
    3. Responses to overlapping enforcement through coordination and case management.

Regulatory enforcement and class actions: conflict and co-ordination

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    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

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    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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    Topic:
    The evolving class actions landscape in Australia

    Speakers:
    Jan Saddler, Head of Class Actions, Shine Lawyers (Chair); Hon Justice Bernard Murphy, Federal Court of Australia; Vicky Antzoulatos, Practice Leader NSW Class Actions, Shine Lawyers; Hon Mark Dreyfus QC, Shadow Attorney-General; Rebecca Gilsenan, Executive Director/Principal Lawyer, Maurice Blackburn; Christine Tran, Partner, Freehills; Stephen Conrad, CEO, Litigation Lending Services; Christian Gergis GAICD, Head of Policy Advocacy, Australian Institute of Company Directors; William A D Edwards, List G Barristers, Melbourne and Level 22 Chambers, Sydney (Panel Chair)

    Venue:
    Recorded at the NSW State Library, March 2022

    The seminar covers:
    • Navigating through the principles and practicalities of GCOs (Group Cost Orders), CFOs (Common Fund Orders) and NWNF (No Win No Fee)
    • Class actions waiver clauses and other international aspects of Australian class actions
    • Class action reforms and litigation funding schemes (panel discussion)

The evolving class actions landscape in Australia

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    Topic:
    Preliminary agreements: binding or not?

    Speaker:
    Dr Elisabeth Peden SC, 3 Wentworth Chambers

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

    The seminar covers:
    • How to distinguish between binding and non-binding heads of agreement, letters of intent and MOUs
    • Conditions precedent to formation
    • Recent cases
    • Drafting tips

Preliminary agreements: binding or not?

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    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

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    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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    Title:
    Issues in legal ethics

    Speaker:
    Professor Gerard Ryan, University of Notre Dame Australia

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

    This is a Mandatory CLE seminar covering Rule 6.1.1 Ethics and professional responsibility

Issues in legal ethics

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