• Session 1: Legal Research – Secrets Unlocked. Session 2: The Current State of Statutory Interpretation. Session3: Costs Update.


    Legal Research – Secrets Unlocked

    This seminar is designed to unlock the secrets to free legal research sites and tools. This seminar will provide a step by step guide to research legislation, case law and other legal material online using the latest free tools. Discover a wide range of available online resources you never knew existed!

    This seminar is a great investment that will save you time and increase your productivity!

    * There's no paper material for this session

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-92-3

    Presented by:

    Michael Gavan, Know-How Team Leader & Research Librarian, Minter Ellison


    The Current State of Statutory Interpretation

    Back by popular demand! Fiona Alpins enlivens this often dry topic, exploring recent trends and current approaches to statutory interpretation, with reference to recent case law.  It’s statutory interpretation – but not as you know it!

    This session will include:

    • Reading statutory text the right way – why does it matter in your work?
    • Lessons from the High Court – text, context and purpose;
    • What to do and what to avoid; and
    • Top tips for persuading a court or tribunal to adopt your client’s contended construction.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-30-6

    Presented by: Fiona Alpins, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Costs Update 

    This seminar will provide you with an update on the key changes related to legal costs, provide guidance on their practical application and examine recent cost dispute cases involving practitioners, clients and third parties.

    Don’t miss this important session to ensure that you are not caught out!

    Presented by: 

    Penelope Robertson, Principal / Costs Lawyer, Ethical Costing & Legal Services

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-93-0


    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: VCAT Powers, Practice & Procedure. Session 2: Costs Update. Session 3: Drafting Affidavits - From Good to Excellent!.

     


    VCAT Powers, Practice & Procedure

    This seminar will discuss everything you need to know when appearing before VCAT and will cover the proper practice, procedure and mistakes you need to avoid when appearing at VCAT.

    This session will also cover jurisdictional issues and VCAT's limitations.

    A must for all those who practice in the VCAT jurisdiction!

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-17-7

    Presented by: Christopher EdquistMember, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal


    Costs Update

    This seminar will provide you with an update on the key changes related to legal costs, provide guidance on their practical application and examine recent cost dispute cases involving practitioners, clients and third parties.

    Don’t miss this important session to ensure that you are not caught out!

    Presented by: 

    Penelope Robertson, Principal / Costs Lawyer, Ethical Costing & Legal Services

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-93-0


    Drafting Affidavits - From Good to Excellent!

    In this seminar, experienced Barrister, Maya Rozner, will use practical examples to highlight essential drafting techniques when preparing affidavits. This session will provide clear guidance on what to do and what not to do in order to prepare effective, admissible affidavits.

     This session will also cover:

    • The use of Affidavits in Court;
    • Tips on how evidence is presented in affidavits including Hearsay; and
    • Form, content and style.

     A must for all practitioners who want to improve their drafting skills!

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-20-7

    Presented by: Maya Rozner, Barrister, Victorian Bar

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Agreeing to Agree – When Letter of Intent or Heads of Agreement Become Binding. Session 2: Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments. Session 3: Directors Duties and ASIC – The Impact on Your Legal Advice.


    Agreeing to Agree – When Letter of Intent or Heads of Agreement Become Binding

    Despite a common misconception that you can’t have an agreement to agree, in a number of significant decisions the courts have found that “in principle” or heads of agreement expressed to be “subject to contract” may sometimes be enforceable.

    This session will examine the circumstances where this can occur inadvertently, as well as appropriate mechanisms to minimise dispute where the parties do intend for their preliminary agreement to be binding. It will also consider the risks of negotiations surrounding the initial agreement being deemed misleading and deceptive conduct.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-40-5

    Presented by: Daryl Williams QC, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments

    This session will provide an overview of recent significant contract law decisions and the lessons to be learnt from them, covering issues such as:

    • Construction of contracts; Repudiation and Termination;
    • Dispute resolution clauses; Consequential loss;
    • Reasonable endeavours; Implied duty of co-operation;
    • Damages for breach of warranty / mitigation; and
    • Review of the Unfair Contract Terms.

    This is the essential contract law update for 2019.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-45-0

    Presented by: Peter Moran, Principal and Accredited Business Law Specialist, Peer Legal

    and

    Katerina Pshenichner, Senior Associate, Peer Legal


    Directors Duties and ASIC – The Impact on Your Legal Advice 

    The duties and responsibilities imposed on company directors and officers have recently been in the spotlight following controversy around the banking and Financial industries. This session will examine recent cases and developments concerning directors’ and officers’ duties, including to what extent directors should be aware of potential breaches of the law and whether there is a need for more effective protection for directors in decision making. It will also address potential claims and the signs to watch for and questions to ask when advising clients in this area.

    The session will provide guidance on how companies should modify their practices and procedures and will also cover the most recent ASIC investigations and cases. It will also discuss the wide range of powers that ASIC officers can enforce.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-44-3

    Presented by: Dean Luxton, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format

    Paper materials in pdf format

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update | Hear from a Barrister and former General Manager, Consumer Affairs! Session 2: Shareholder Disputes, Director's Disputes, Oppression Claims. Session3: Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments


    Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update | Hear from a Barrister and former General Manager, Consumer Affairs!

    Misleading and Deceptive Conduct, when established, can have serious implications, both monetary and reputational.  

    This seminar will address the leading principles relevant to proving a successful claim or in defence a claim brought against your client.

    The seminar will also address the most recent and significant decisions handed down by superior courts and their implications for your clients.

    Presented by: Luisa Alampi, Barrister, Victorian Bar and former General Manager, Legal Services Branch Consumer Affairs Victoria


    Shareholder Disputes, Director's Disputes, Oppression Claims

    This session will examine the recent cases arising from or addressing disputes raised by or between shareholders and directors and will consider the common and not so common areas of shareholders oppression and the appropriate statutory remedies.

    Presented by: Simon Rubenstein, Barrister, Victorian Bar

    and Nic Cozens, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments

    This session will provide an overview of recent significant contract law decisions and the lessons to be learnt from them, covering issues such as:

    • Construction of contracts; Repudiation and Termination;
    • Dispute resolution clauses; Consequential loss;
    • Reasonable endeavours; Implied duty of co-operation;
    • Damages for breach of warranty / mitigation; and
    • Review of the Unfair Contract Terms.

    This is the essential contract law update for 2019.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-45-0

    Presented by: Peter Moran, Principal and Accredited Business Law Specialist, Peer Legal

    and

    Katerina Pshenichner, Senior Associate, Peer Legal


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-58-0

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1; Case Update and Legislative Developments and Discussion. Session 2: Recent Court Initiatives - Are They Working? Session 3: Setting Boundaries - Maintaining a Healthy Distance From The Client. Session 4: Mitigating the Outcome - Benefits of Drug and Other Treatment 


    Case Update and Legislative Developments and Discussion 

    This session will provide an update on significant recent cases up to March 2019 and an overview of recent legislative developments.

    Presented by: Gregory Buchhorn, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Recent Court Initiatives - Are They Working? 

    This session will overview the pros and cons of recent Court initiatives including:

    • Victorian Intermediaries Pilot Program-Assisting Vulnerable Witnesses; and
    • E-Briefing - Digital Briefs of Evidence

    Presented by: Stephanie Joosten, Barrister, Victorian Bar 


    Setting Boundaries - Maintaining a Healthy Distance From The Client 

    What can happen when a lawyer overidentifies with their client?  What are the risks when the lawyer stops being able to maintain a professional distance?

    This session will discuss the temptations and the cost of overstepping the boundaries with a client. It will also outline how best to deal with a colleague that you suspect is ‘getting too involved’ with their client.

    Presented by: Marita Altman, Partner, Accredited Criminal Law Specialist, Lethbridges Barristers and Solicitors


    Mitigating the Outcome - Benefits of Drug and Other Treatment 

    Recent cases indicate the current view of the courts in how voluntary pre-hearing treatment undertaken by the accused, may correlate with a more favourable outcome.

    What are the most effective voluntary steps that should be undertaken in cases ranging from drug offences through to serious assault and burglary. 

    An added incentive may be the possibility that voluntary actions not taken into account by the initial decision maker may form the basis of an appeal in some cases.

    Presented by: Chris Hooper, Solicitor, Richard Revill Lawyers


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-33-7

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper material in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Drafting Affidavits - From Good to Excellent! Session 2: Drafting Guarantees and Indemnities – Enhance Your Skills Session 3: Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements and Releases

     


    Drafting Affidavits - From Good to Excellent!

    In this seminar, experienced Barrister, Maya Rozner, will use practical examples to highlight essential drafting techniques when preparing affidavits. This session will provide clear guidance on what to do and what not to do in order to prepare effective, admissible affidavits.

     This session will also cover:

    • The use of Affidavits in Court;
    • Tips on how evidence is presented in affidavits including Hearsay; and
    • Form, content and style.

     A must for all practitioners who want to improve their drafting skills!

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-20-7

    Presented by: Maya Rozner, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Drafting Guarantees and Indemnities – Enhance Your Skills

    Guarantees and indemnity clauses must be drafted with care, skill and precision.  This session will provide practical guidance for drafting effective guarantees and indemnity clauses to minimise risk of ambiguity or unenforceability. This session will also discuss recent cases in this area.

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-91-6

    Presented by: Tomaso Di Lallo, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements and Releases

    Practitioners are often instructed to make or consider offers of settlement, enter into settlement negotiations and draw settlement agreements and / or enforce their terms.  It is imperative that practitioners have excellent drafting skills in order to accurately record settlement and minimise client risk.

    This seminar will cover:

    •     “without prejudice” offers and negotiations;
    •     forms of settlement offers;
    •     drafting terms of settlement and releases; and key risk areas.

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-89-3

    Presented by: Graydon Dowd, Partner, Hall & Wilcox


    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • The division and disposal of real property and other assets, and the distribution of income, as part of family law proceedings or other arrangements can result in adverse taxation implications if due care is not taken. Every well rounded family lawyer needs this knowledge in their toolkit.

    Although family lawyers are not financial advisers and cannot provide financial advice to clients, settlement agreements must still be drafted in a way that best minimises tax implications for all parties.

    It is imperative that family lawyers have a basic grasp of the essential taxation concepts required, in order to negotiate the best outcome, while minimising financial risk for their clients. This may also minimise risk of a claim of failing to recognise the appropriate financial triggers.


    Tax Tips and Traps for Family Lawyers 

    Common tax issues faced by family lawyers including:

    • CGT;
    • Transfers of assets;
    • Spousal maintenance;
    • How to best structure such arrangements for the advantage of all parties involved;
    • And other common financial aspects of family law.

    Presented by: Briana Kotzapavlidis, Principal, Tisher Liner FC Law


    Tax Issues in Family Trusts 

    For every ‘straightforward’ family law property settlement, there is a settlement which can involve a complex web of family trusts giving rise to significant taxation issues.

    This session will address the due diligence that family lawyers must be aware of when advising a client on tax implications that can arise from family trusts, including:

    • Different Trust types;
    • Rollover relief;
    • CGT;
    • Stamp Duty; and
    • Trusts tax triggers.

    Don’t risk missing out on this important event!

    Presented by: F John Morgan, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-55-9

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Drafting Effective Statutory Instruments  Session 2: Redacting Documents – Errors, Risks and Consequences Session3: Statutory Interpretation - What Do You Mean? Session 4: Public Service, Personal Opinion and Anonymity


    Drafting Effective Statutory Instruments  

    The ability to draft clear and legally enforceable statutory instruments is an essential part of every government lawyer’s toolkit. This session will provide the do’s and don’ts on drafting statutory instruments including:

    • Purpose and effectiveness of the instrument;
    • Structure; and
    • Clarity.

    Ensure your skills are up to date!

    Presented by: Gemma Varley, Consultant Legislative Drafter, Private Practice


    Redacting Documents – Errors, Risks and Consequences  

    Redacting electronic documents can be a necessary part of litigation and commercial matters, and this session will highlight the serious consequences when redaction hasn’t been carried out correctly. Potential breaches of court orders, client confidentiality, waiver of privilege and commercially sensitive material, all have serious consequences for both clients and their lawyers.

    Knowing how to properly redact documents is an essential requirement of practice and this session will outline methods of ensuring proper redaction and minimising associated risks.

    Presented by: Dr Suzanne McNicol QC, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Statutory Interpretation - What Do You Mean? 

    Statutory Interpretation done well, never gets old. It’s an essential survival tool and always needs to be sharpened. This session will outline the most important elements of:

    • Context and Purpose
    • Explanation and Persuasion.

    Presented by: Peter Fox QC, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Public Service, Personal Opinion and Anonymity  

    In light of the recent case of Comcare v Banerji the question about a government employee’s ability to make anonymous public comments that may reflect on the employer, is in the spotlight.  

    This session will address the current legal position and the risks 

    Presented by: Richard Leder, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

     


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-56-6

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Developments, Trends and Challenges in 2018. Session 2: Drafting Do’s and Don’ts. Session 3: Migration Law Case Update 2018. Session 4: Visa, Behaviour, Cancellations and Consequences.


    Developments, Trends and Challenges in 2018

    This session will address recent and emerging legislative developments including:

    • The progress of The Australian Citizenship Legislation Amendment (Strengthening the Requirements for Australian Citizenship and Other Measures) Bill 2017;
    • Migration Amendment (Regulation of Migration Agents) Bill 2018; 
    • The progress of the Newly Arrived Resident’s Waiting Period (NARWP) due to commence 1 July 2018; and
    • Training Benchmarks and Skilling Australia Fund (SAF)

    Our presenter will also address:

    • The practical challenges of staying ahead of constant changes to legislation, processes and procedures. 
    • Uncertainty around Government discretion that may seem contradictory in application.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-15-3

    Presented by: Lena HungPrincipal, Accredited Immigration Law Specialist, Lena Hung & Associates


    Drafting Do’s and Don’ts

    This session will focus on the do’s and don’ts of drafting for migration lawyers including:

    • Applications;
    • Submissions; and  
    • Affidavits.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-16-0

    Presented by: Carina Ford, Managing Partner, Accredited Immigration and Administrative Law Specialist, Carina Ford Immigration Lawyers


    Migration Law Case Update 2018

    This session will address recent notable cases in the Federal Court and AAT, including up to date cases dealing with the ‘fast-track’ refugee determination process. 

    The Ultimate Case update to ensure you are not left behind!

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-13-9

    Presented by: Cahal FairfieldBarrister, Victorian Bar


    Visa, Behaviour, Cancellations and Consequences

    Our presenter will address the legal consequences and options available for a client who faces the refusal or cancellation of a visa arising from matters including:

    • Family related issues including family violence;
    • Criminal charges or Intervention Orders;

    and will discuss the difficulty that one party may have when raising family violence issues in light of the possible consequences.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-14-6

    Presented by: Rupert TimmsPrincipal, Accredited Immigration Law Specialist, Timms Immigration Lawyers


    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    4.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Psychiatric Injury and Nervous Shock – The New Duty of Care. Session 2: TAC Case Update and New Developments. Session 3: Driverless Versus Traditional Cars – When The Future Arrives, Who Is Liable?  Session 4: Advocates Immunity or File Notes – Your Essential Risk Management Guide. Session5: Contributory Negligence - Pointing The Finger 


    Psychiatric Injury and Nervous Shock – The New Duty of Care 

    One of the cornerstones of any personal injury case rests on two key issues; was a duty of care owed by the defendant and was that duty of care breached?

    This session will look at recent cases and issues surrounding an emerging area of ‘duty of care’ owed by employers and insurers including:

    • A journalist working for The Age, awarded damages after suffering psychiatric injuries due to repeated exposure to traumatic events (YZ (a pseudonym) v The Age Company Ltd [2019] VCC 148); and
    • A Senior Constable in the Queensland Police Force, awarded damages after suffering psychiatric injury after attending and witnessing the aftermath of a car accident (Caffrey v AAI Limited [2019] QSC 7).

    A must attend session for all personal injury practitioners.

    Presented by: Henry Carus, Principal and Accredited Personal Injury Law Specialist, Henry Carus + Associates


    TAC Case Update and New Developments

    TAC Compensation claims continue to become more complex. This session will discuss recent developments and the most recent cases of significance, including the Serious Injury List Case Update.

    As the need to stay ahead of the pack has never been greater, this session is your essential TAC jurisdiction update.

    Presented by: Michael Lombard, Partner and Accredited Personal Injury Specialist,  Adviceline Injury Lawyers
    Best Lawyers® in Australia: Leading practitioner in Personal Injury Litigation (2014-2020)


    Driverless Versus Traditional Cars – When The Future Arrives, Who Is Liable? 

    The issue of whether driverless cars will become a reality is fast becoming a question of not ‘if’ but ‘when’. While it may not be tomorrow, there are very real questions which must be answered and addressed sooner rather than later, the least of which is, liability. What will happen if a driver or passenger is injured or killed by a driverless vehicle?

    This session will discuss topics including:

    • The legal issues and concerns that automated vehicles raise;
    • The National Transport Commission’s current discussion paper on motor accident injury insurance and automated vehicles; and
    • Just how far behind our laws and legislations are, and will be in anticipation of this rapidly advancing technology.

    Presented by: Tamara Wright, Lawyer, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers


    Advocates Immunity or File Notes – Your Essential Risk Management Guide 

    Following the recent case of Kendirjian v Lepore [2019] NSWDC 43, the High Court found that the principle of advocates immunity ‘does not extend to negligent advice which leads to settlement of proceedings’.

    This session will discuss the common risks and mistakes faced by personal injury lawyers and the best way you can avoid a claim being made against you or your firm. It will also discuss the case above and key takeaway lessons.  

    Presented by: Emily Hayden, Partner, Accredited Personal Injury Law Specialist, Moray & Agnew


    Contributory Negligence – Pointing The Finger 

    Where there is a finding of contributory negligence, damages are reduced, having regard to the plaintiff’s share in the responsibility for the damage. 

    However, as illustrated by the recent case of Aycicek v Flowline Industries Pty Ltd [2019] VSCA 37, a finding of contributory negligence will not be open if a plaintiff’s conduct is no more than mere inadvertence, inattention or misjudgment.

    This session will look at the issues and factors taken into account when determining if there has been contributory negligence on the part of a plaintiff who has been injured at work or in a transport accident, and includes a key case update. 

    Presented by: Emily Anderson, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-53-5

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: Assignment of Leases - When is the Landlord Unreasonably Withholding Consent? Session 2: Heads of Agreement - When Are They Binding in Light of the Parties’ Subsequent Conduct? Session 3: The Consequences of Errors and/or Omissions in Property Law Contracts - Cases and Latest Developments. Session 4: Questionable Caveats – To lodge or not to lodge.


    Assignment of Leases - When is the Landlord Unreasonably Withholding Consent?

    Whilst the lease may be clear, the circumstances may not be. This session will address the nuances surrounding the seeking, giving or refusing consent to assign the lease.

    Presented by: Tim Graham, Partner, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers


    Heads of Agreement - When Are They Binding in Light of the Parties’ Subsequent Conduct?

    Parties entering into an agreement or offer to lease may be blindsided if they ‘assume’ the lease is on foot and act accordingly. How does the court view post Heads of Agreement conduct when determining if an agreement is binding?

    This session will outline the current state of play by reference to recent cases.  

    Presented by: Malwina PeacockSenior Legal Counsel, Vicinity Centres 

    ISBN: 978-1-925656-96-1


    The Consequences of Errors and/or Omissions in Property Law Contracts - Cases and Latest Developments

    It is no secret that conveyancing claims are on the rise in Victoria. Failure to advise on complex legal issues, making errors in terms of property related tax advice, defects and/or omissions in s32 statements, failing to advise on or conduct necessary searches and inspections, and incorrectly dealing with caveats and priority notices, are just some of the common mistakes practitioners are making.

    This session will discuss the risk management strategies that you can implement in your practice to best avoid these common and costly mistakes.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-19-1

    Presented by: Michael Mammen, Partner, HWL Ebsworth


    Questionable Caveats – To lodge or not to lodge

    Section 89 of the Transfer of Land Act 1958 allows any person to lodge a caveat claiming an equitable estate or interest in a registered proprietor’s land.

    This seminar will cover:
    •    Action to take when a nuisance caveator lodges a caveat to gain strategic advantage in a dispute with your client;
    •    When you should and shouldn’t act on instructions to lodge a “questionable caveat”;
    •    How and when to remove the “questionable” caveat.

    Make sure you’re ready in the case of the ‘questionable caveat’.

    ISBN: 978-1-925857-28-3

    Presented by: Dan Coombes, Barrister, Victorian Bar

     


    What is included:

    Videos of the presentations in mp4 format.

    Paper material in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00
  • Session 1: VCAT – Powers, Practice & Procedure  Session 2: Leave to Appeal VCAT Decisions Session3: Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements and Releases 


    VCAT – Powers, Practice & Procedure 

    This session is a must for all those who practice in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal jurisdiction!

    Tribunals such as VCAT have no inherent jurisdiction. VCAT has original and review jurisdiction only. Our presenter will give an overview of VCAT’s jurisdiction, structure and limitations and outline in which circumstances VCAT is the most appropriate jurisdiction to initiate proceedings.

    Finally, the degree of formality involved in proceedings before VCAT varies considerably.

    This session is designed to build confidence when preparing documents to be submitted to and appearing before VCAT and will outline the mistakes you need to avoid.

    Presented by: Suzanne KirtonSenior Member, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal


    Leave to Appeal VCAT Decisions 

    This session will outline the limitations and requirements when appealing VCAT decisions following the recent changes including procedures for instituting the appeal and the test for the grant of leave to appeal.  

    Our presenter will outline issues including:

    • The grounds of appeal and the ‘tests’ that apply;
    • Process of appealing;
    • The changes to s148 of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998 in relation to the appeals process;
    • The differences between Supreme Court and Court of Appeal;
    • Plus Case Update.

    Presented by: Adam Rollnik, Barrister, Victorian Bar


    Negotiating and Drafting Settlement Agreements and Releases 

    Practitioners are often instructed to make or consider offers of settlement, enter into settlement negotiations and draw settlement agreements and / or enforce their terms.  It is imperative that practitioners have excellent drafting skills in order to accurately record settlement and minimise client risk.

    This seminar will cover:

    • “without prejudice” offers and negotiations;
    • forms of settlement offers;
    • drafting terms of settlement and releases; and
    • key risk areas.

    Presented by: Graydon Dowd, Partner, Hall & Wilcox


    ISBN: 978-1-925857-57-3

    What is included:

    Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.

    Paper materials in pdf format.

    3.0
    $195.00