|Start time||14 Oct 2021 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||14 Oct 2021 1:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Live Stream Only|
|Speaker||See Full Program|
|Designed for||Legal Practioners|
Practice Management & Business Skills: 1.0
Professional Skills: 1.0
Substantive Law: 2.0
Practice Management Half Day Conference
Privilege and Waiver in Electronic Communications
The case of TEC Hedland Pty Ltd v The Pilbara Infrastructure Pty Ltd  WASC 364 has made it clear that in-house counsel need to be mindful of the purpose of, and recipients of, any legal advice provided via email, to ensure legal professional privilege is maintained.
This session will provide an overview of the above case and will also give practical guidance on identifying when legal professional privilege applies and how it applies in practice including:
This session will also address what communications are truly Without Prejudice and what are the imposters. And outline the risks faced in mismanaging these communications.
Consequential Loss Exclusions Clauses-Drafting Special
This session will discuss the complex nature of consequential loss and how it is dealt with in contracts. This session will provide guidance when drafting consequential loss exclusion clauses and highlight cases of significance and the lessons learnt.
This is an essential session to ensure you don’t inadvertently risk your client either losing claims for loss or being able to make a claim for loss.
This session will include:
Systems Management for Legal Documents
Managing the various agreements and policies your company has on foot is vital and at times, challenging risk management.
This session will outline options for managing your company documents and keeping on top of key dates, including:
Technology Contracts – Meeting Your Compliance Obligations
Organisations of all sizes are relying more and more heavily on software and cloud-based systems for various business functions from file management to payroll, HR, and client-facing products like online stores and eftpos terminals.
There are various compliance issues you need to consider during the procurement process to identify who is the best tech provider for your organisation to ensure your compliance obligations are met as well as being the best product for your purpose.
When implementing or renewing contracts for software, cloud-based products and new technology systems in the workplace, some of the key things to consider, which will be discussed in this session are:
Presented by: Roshan Kumaragamage, Head of Legal Technology, MinterEllison