|Start time||25 Sep 2019 9:00am (Australia - Melbourne)|
|End time||25 Sep 2019 1:30pm (Australia - Melbourne)|
|Location||Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne|
|Speaker||See full program details|
|Catering||Includes morning tea and refreshments|
|Designed for||Legal practitioners|
Regulatory Investigations Half Day Conference
Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne
Contact Reception on 03 8667 5667 to book your free 3rd place!
This conference is designed to ensure you know how best to advise your client facing a Regulatory Investigation and / or Prosecution. From providing information through to preparing your client for examination, you cannot afford to miss this important program!
Preparing for ASIC Investigations and Examinations
Preparing documents, witnesses and the client can be particularly tricky when a client is facing potential regulatory penalties or worse.
This session will outline the key steps and matters to take into account when preparing for these often stressful proceedings.
Presented by: David Grant, Partner, Logie-Smith Lanyon Lawyers - Recommended Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution Lawyer, and Insolvency & Restructuring Lawyer, Doyles Guide 2018 / 2019
Cooperation and Mitigation
Recent high profile cases show that early negotiation and willingness to cooperate can mitigate the outcome of a regulatory investigation and legal action. A Court may take account of issues such as early cooperation even if the regulator hasn’t.
This session will focus on advising a client how to best deal with investigations in order to later influence a court should the matter proceed to hearing.
Presented by: Lucinda Hill, Counsel, Ashurst
Privilege, Waiver and Confidential Information
This session will address latest cases dealing with the risks associated with the provision of confidential information to a regulator. What are the factors to weigh up when advising a client in relation to the provision of information.
Presented by: Jacob Uljans, Partner, Hall & Wilcox
Regulatory Investigations and Self-Incrimination
This session will focus on the tips and pitfalls around claiming privilege against self-incrimination in regulatory enquiries.
Presented by: Kieran Hickie, Barrister, Victorian Bar
Substantive Law: 4.0