Corporate

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    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
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    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
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    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
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    It is likely you have heard the terms Blockchain, Digital Assets, Smart Contracts. But do you know what they are, how relevant they are to your legal practice, how they will and do impact your clients, or how to start learning the basics? There are many questions and issues surrounding these terms and new technologies and this seminar, presented by Joni Pirovich, Special Counsel from Mills Oakley, is here to answer all your questions.

    $130.00
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    Do you know how easy it can be to inadvertently waive your client’s legal professional privilege, breach client confidentiality or misunderstand what is covered by the term ‘without prejudice’ during the Mediation process?

    $130.00
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    The crux of many Contractual disputes is whether in fact a contract was formed.

    $130.00
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    Are you finding it difficult to communicate effectively with clients? Is the added stress of social isolation making a difficult client even more challenging? Do you need some strategies to communicate and deal with tricky situations? 

    $130.00
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    The duties and responsibilities imposed on company directors and officers have never been more serious, in light of the COVID-19 ongoing pandemic and recent cases, the requirement for company legal advisers to be across ongoing changes and current developments is stronger than ever.

    $130.00
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    The duties and responsibilities imposed on company directors and officers have never been more serious, in light of the COVID-19 crisis. The requirement for legal advisers to be across ongoing changes and current developments have never been more important.

    $130.00
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    The ramifications of a poorly worded Calderbank letter and Offers of Compromise can be devastating to your client. Getting them wrong can have a significant impact on negotiations, potentially derail proceedings and possibly affect a later Application for Costs should the matter proceed to court.

    $130.00
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    Whether you advise on, draft the defence and counterclaim, or review counsels draft, you need to ensure that the defences and counterclaims to be filed, reflect the clients instructions and comply with your obligations under the Civil Procedure Act 2010. Costs orders can be made against you or your client if the documents don’t comply.  

    $130.00
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    Misbehaviour in any workplace can have devastating consequences. Sexual harassment, bullying, victimisation, discrimination in the workplace are all key risk areas.  But with so many changes in how we work in 2021, comes new challenges to traditional thinking about where the workplace begins and ends. Employee and colleague vulnerabilities are more exposed than ever, as colleagues ‘enter each other’s homes’ and private spaces to carry out work and conduct business. Is there a risk of information about how a colleague lives, being used against them? 

    $130.00