Litigation

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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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    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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    This session will give you the confidence you need when appearing in the major jurisdictions as well as tips for obtaining the best outcome for your client on the day. Enhance your advocacy skills and gain confidence! 

    $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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    This one hour CPD seminar is designed to help you identify and guide you through the significant practice and procedure changes in the County Court and Magistrates' Court in the last 12 months particularly in light of the impact of COVID-19.

    $130.00
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    This one hour CPD seminar is designed to help you identify and guide you through the significant practice and procedure changes in the Federal Court of Australia particularly in light of the impact of COVID-19.

    $130.00
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    COVID-19 has impacted a range of businesses, either by a downturn in business, job losses, contracts unfulfilled and insolvency. This has also impacted related parties and creditors.

    $130.00
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    Your client must abide by various and sometimes competing legislative regimes which govern:

    $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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    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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    With the recent revelations and public scandals, the public could be forgiven for thinking that legal practitioners often fall short of their professional duties and ethical obligations.

    $130.00
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    Issues dealing with caveats and their removal under the Transfer of Land Act 1958 (Vic) can land on any practitioner’s desk, regardless of their usual area of expertise.  The principles relevant to establishing a ‘caveatable interest’ and removing a caveat can be complicated.  Particularly so, when these principles interact with other areas of law in commercial disputes and Family Law .

    $130.00