|Speaker||Luisa Alampi, Simon Rubenstein, Nic Cozens, Peter Moran, Katerina Pshenichner|
|Date||16 Jul 2019|
Session 1: Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update | Hear from a Barrister and former General Manager, Consumer Affairs! Session 2: Shareholder Disputes, Director's Disputes, Oppression Claims. Session3: Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments
Misleading and Deceptive Conduct Update | Hear from a Barrister and former General Manager, Consumer Affairs!
Misleading and Deceptive Conduct, when established, can have serious implications, both monetary and reputational.
This seminar will address the leading principles relevant to proving a successful claim or in defence a claim brought against your client.
The seminar will also address the most recent and significant decisions handed down by superior courts and their implications for your clients.
Presented by: Luisa Alampi, Barrister, Victorian Bar and former General Manager, Legal Services Branch Consumer Affairs Victoria
Shareholder Disputes, Director's Disputes, Oppression Claims
This session will examine the recent cases arising from or addressing disputes raised by or between shareholders and directors and will consider the common and not so common areas of shareholders oppression and the appropriate statutory remedies.
Presented by: Simon Rubenstein, Barrister, Victorian Bar
and Nic Cozens, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Contract Law – Case Update and Recent Developments
This session will provide an overview of recent significant contract law decisions and the lessons to be learnt from them, covering issues such as:
- Construction of contracts; Repudiation and Termination;
- Dispute resolution clauses; Consequential loss;
- Reasonable endeavours; Implied duty of co-operation;
- Damages for breach of warranty / mitigation; and
- Review of the Unfair Contract Terms.
This is the essential contract law update for 2019.
Presented by: Peter Moran, Principal and Accredited Business Law Specialist, Peer Legal
Katerina Pshenichner, Senior Associate, Peer Legal
What is included:
Videos of the presentation in mp4 format.
Paper materials in pdf format.
Substantive Law: 3.0