|Start time||19 Mar 2020 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||19 Mar 2020 4:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne|
|Speaker||See full program details|
|Catering||Includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea|
|Designed for||Legal practitioners|
Professional Skills: 1.0
Substantive Law: 5.0
Employment Law Conference
This program will be chaired by:
Catherine Brooks, Associate Director, Law Squared
Michaela Moloney, Partner, K&L Gates
Hot Topics – Hear from a Panel!
Hear from a panel of leading workplace relations lawyers, using high profile cases and examples, each discussing:
Presented by: Josh Bornstein, National Head of Employment Law, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers
Ross Jackson, Partner, Maddocks
Paul O'Grady QC, Barrister, Victorian Bar
New Whistleblower Regime – The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Act 2019 (Cth)
Don't miss this critical update!
Presented by: Lucy Line, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Legislative Update and Developments 2020
Presented by: Kaitlyn Gulle, Partner, Lander & Rogers
Georgina Taylor, Senior Associate, Lander & Rogers
Ultimate Case Update including Fair Work Commission and significant Australian Cases
Presented by: Benjamin Marshall, Partner, Holding Redlich
Restraints of Trade in a Digital World – Details Do Matter
This session is designed to cover the essentials when drafting Restraints of Trade to cover Online/Digital Business activities and assets.
It will also address the risks involved in misunderstanding lack of the geographical boundaries applying to Digital Businesses. Particularly where enforcement may require the cooperation of another jurisdiction. Our presenter will refer to significant cases in this session.
Presented by: Emma Murphy, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Dimitri Ternovski, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Adverse Action and the ‘Workplace Right’
This session will examine the definition and interpretation of the ‘workplace right’ which continues to cause some confusion. Our presenter will also discuss what an ‘instrumental’ right is, as well as complaints and inquiries, under section 341.
Presented by: Tim Donaghey, Barrister, Victorian Bar