Litigation

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    $265.00
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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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    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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    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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    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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    Got a great Case but is it worth pursuing? Won the Case but can’t get the money?

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

    $130.00