|Start time||23 Mar 2021 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||23 Mar 2021 1:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Live Stream Only|
|Speaker||See Full Program|
|Designed for||Legal Practioners|
Ethics & Professional Responsibility: 1.0
Practice Management & Business Skills: 1.0
Professional Skills: 1.0
Substantive Law: 1.0
4 Point Intensive
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Negotiating Settlements - Risk of Ambiguity and the Cost of Uncertainty
Recent significant cases highlight the risks and consequences when negotiating settlements without committing all relevant elements to writing, on the spot.
The importance of clear written communication at the relevant moment in time is critical, and the cases demonstrates what can happen if the parties have differing views on how the matter has settled. They also illustrate in what circumstances the courts are willing to accept when agreements are enforceable in the absence of a written Deed of Settlement.
This session will provide guidance on strong drafting tips in settlement documents and verbal and written communication to ensure clarity, effectiveness and minimise risk of a settlement going astray.
Presented by: Charlie Morshead, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Costs Agreements, Disclosure and Recovery of Fees – Case Update
Poorly worded costs agreements and failure to make proper or updated disclosure can impact your ability to recover fees and result in disciplinary action.
This seminar will provide you with an update on significant cases related to legal costs and provide guidance on their practical application. This session will also examine cases involving failure to comply with Disclosure and other professional obligations and the impact on recovery of professional fees.
Don’t miss this important session to maximise your fee recovery!
Presented by: Penny Van den Berg, Principal Lawyer, Mahlab Costing
Ethics – Recent Case Update and Developments
Although practitioners are aware of their professional duties and ethical obligations, a surprising number still fall short of the standard required.
In this session, hear from a leading practitioner on:
Grab this chance to get your CPD Ethics point under your belt.
Presented by: David Bailey, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Enforcing Orders & Judgments in Victoria – Show Me the Money!
Got a great case but is it worth pursuing? Won the case but can’t get the money? This seminar provides an overview of the options available for enforcing your client’s orders and judgments in Victoria. This session looks at the principal methods of recovery and enforcement in the major jurisdictions including Magistrates, County, Supreme and Federal Courts.
The program includes:
Presented by: Aimee Kinda, Barrister, Victorian Bar