In-house Counsel

  • 1.0

    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.

    $130.00
  • 1.0

    For contracts entered into on or after 1 January 2020 the new Rules apply where the parties agree to submit a dispute to arbitration in accordance with: (a) The Resolution Institute Arbitration Rules; (b) The IAA Arbitration Rules; (c) The IAMA Arbitration Rules; (d) The IAMA Fast Track Arbitration Rules; or (e) The Rules for the Conduct of Commercial Arbitrations (including the Expedited Commercial Arbitration Rules).

    $130.00
  • 1.0

    On 1 July 2021, the definition of “consumer” under the Australian Consumer Law will change, as the monetary threshold for a buyer of goods and services increases from $40,000 to $100,000.

    $130.00
  • 1.0

    On 1 July 2021, the definition of “consumer” under the Australian Consumer Law will change, as the monetary threshold for a buyer of goods and services increases from $40,000 to $100,000.

    $130.00
  • 1.0

    On 1 July 2021, new defamation laws will commence in Victoria, NSW and South Australia. This session will cover the changes to defamation laws and the impact of other states and territories not mirroring these reforms.

    $130.00
  • 1.0

    This session will deal with Assignment of Lease on the sale of business, de facto assignment on change of control and related issues.

    $130.00
  • $265.00
  • 1.0

    The recent case of HDI Global Specialty SE v Wonkana No. 3 Pty Ltd [2020] NSWCA 296 highlights this rapidly evolving area.

    $130.00
  • 5.0

    Session 1: Redacting Documents – Errors, Risks and Consequences Session 2: Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments. Session 3: Negotiating And Drafting Settlement Agreements And Releases. Session 4: VCAT – Powers, Practice & Procedure. Session 5: Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update – Hear from a Barrister And Former General Manager, Consumer Affairs!

    $395.00
  • 2.0

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Victorian Government’s Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme provided temporary relief to commercial tenants from their rental and trading obligations. The scheme ended on 28 March 2021.

    $165.00
  • $265.00
  • 1.0

    Do you know how easy it can be to inadvertently waive your clients legal professional privilege, breach client confidentiality or misunderstand what is covered by the term ‘without prejudice’ during the Mediation process?   

    $130.00