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• Occupational health and safety law and employment law
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The Food and Grocery Code of Conduct: What You Need
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• Your duty to disclose and reporting obligations
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The Hon. Dennis Cowdroy OAM QC
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The Hon. Rob Stokes MP
NSW Minister for the Environment, Minister
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Martijn Wilder AM
SCHOOL LAW CONFERENCE
Head of Baker & McKenzie’s Global
Environmental Markets practice
WEDNESDAY, 19 NOVEMBER 2014
Richard Saines
Head of Baker & McKenzie’s North America
Climate Change and Environmental
Markets Practice
9.00AM TO 5.00PM $810
With each passing year schools face more legal quandaries and potential pitfalls on a daily basis. Keep up with the latest changes by
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their understanding of complex legal issues found in schools while learning how to hone their ability to manage difficult situations.
Dr Kimberley Dripps
Deputy Secretary, Department of
the Environment
Session 1: Legal Issues Relating to Teachers and Staff Sally Noonan
Executive Director of the Futures Unit,
Queensland Department of State
Development, Infrastructure and Planning
9.00am to 1.00pm
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1.45pm to 5.00pm
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»» Chair: Kristen Lopes, Partner, Colin Biggers and Paisley
»» Chair: Philip Lederman, Partner, Moray & Agnew Lawyers
Partner, Ashurst
Managing Teacher and Staff Behaviour
Difficult Conversations with Carers
Sue Higginson
• Behaviour taking place outside of school and on social media
• Complaints, discipline and the Codes of Conduct
• Managing and disciplining non-teaching staff
»» Presented by Jane Thorpe, Director, Employee Performance and
Conduct Unit, Department of Education and Training
Amanda Cornwall
School Liability for Incidents Involving Teachers and
Staff
• Explaining to carers a school’s rights and duties
• Managing difficult parents who do not understand or agree
• Dealing with or removing a difficult or threatening carer
• When to document and when to involve others
• Legal pitfalls to avoid and anti-discrimination issues
»» Presented by Margaret Baker, Principal Legal Officer, NSW
Department of Education and Communities
John Briggs
Principal Solicitor, EDO NSW
Policy and Management Consultant
and President of NELA
• When is a school liable for teacher or staff actions?
• Negligent, reckless and criminal acts
• Policies and best practices to lessen liability
• Case studies and recent developments
»» Presented by Richard Royle, Barrister, Sir Owen Dixon
Chambers
The Hon. Justice Nicola Pain
Judge of the Land & Environment Court
of New South Wales
Declan Doherty
School Counsellors, Privacy and Risks
Corporate Counsel – Environment, Rio Tinto
Christine Trenorden
UCL Australia, School of Energy and Resources,
and formerly the Senior Judge of the Environment,
Resources and Development Court, South Australia
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Professor Peter Cashman
Chair, Public Interest Advocacy Centre
Greg McIntyre SC
John Toohey Chambers
Addressing the Priorities for
Environmental and Climate Change Law
Jo-Anne Bragg
• Regulations, rules and manuals related to counsellors
• Who can request information from counsellors and what
counsellors should disclose
• Potential liability for withholding or disclosing information
• Similar concerns related to teachers and other staff
»» Presented by Neale Dawson, Principal Solicitor, New Law
Diversity, Discrimination and Harassment
• Duties and rights related to preventing and responding to
discrimination or harassment
• Discrimination and equal employment laws and regulations
• Practices and policies schools should have in place
• Important student and staff issues related to diversity
»» Presented by Alice Deboos, Partner, K&L Gates
Principal Solicitor, EDO QLD
Dr Gerry Bates
Adjunct Professor and Author of
Environmental Law in Australia
FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014
INTERCONTINENTAL SYDNEY
Clare Smith
Partner, Clayton Utz
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Professor Simon Molesworth, AO QC
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Lyndon Schneiders,
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Incidents Beyond the Gate Involving Students
• Duties, rights and authority to act
• Managing incidents on an excursion, during sport or online
• Disciplinary options and enforcement procedures
• Steps to take following an incident including investigation
procedures, documentation issues and notification concerns
• Policies to have in place before an incident occurs and steps
to prevent further incidents
»» Presented by Carlie Holt, Partner, Sparke Helmore
Understanding Mental Health Issues
• Student mental health laws, regulations and obligations
• Important policies, procedures and best practices
• Privacy and confidentiality issues
• How to approach mental health issues involving teachers
»» Presented by Jacquie Seemann, Partner, Thomson Geer
Drugs, Weapons and Illegal Activity: Rights,
Responsibilities and Regulations
• School investigations, confiscating items and involving police
• School liability for student criminal acts by students
• Bullying and fighting: AVOs and physical altercations
• Allegations against teachers: assault and sexual misconduct
»» Presented by Michal Mantaj, Special Counsel, Conditsis Lawyers;
Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law
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MANAGING ESTATE DISPUTES
AND PROBATE: A MASTER CLASS
COPYRIGHT ONLINE, IN PRINT
AND BEYOND: TIMELY UPDATES
AND ANALYSIS
FRAUD AND CORRUPTION:
PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS
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ADMINISTRATIVE LAW:
UNDERSTANDING ERRORS,
DECISIONS, FACTS AND EXPERTS
THURSDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2014
THURSDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2014
THURSDAY, 20 NOVEMBER 2014
9.00AM TO 1.15PM
$460
2.00PM TO 5.15PM
$460
Gain an in-depth understanding of managing complex probate
applications and seeking judicial advice through practical
guidance from highly respected barristers with significant
estate litigation expertise. Keep up to date on changes involving
informal wills and undue influence, including key developments
altering the legal landscape that all estate planning practitioners
should know.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the latest developments in
Copyright Law from a panel of IP experts. Keep pace with the
fast-changing landscape of online copyright issues, including
piracy, social media and cloud-service copyright concerns. Take
a deep dive into fair dealing and fair use issues with a detailed
case study from an experienced IP lawyer working on the front
lines of copyright issues.
»» Chair: David Liebhold, Barrister, 13th Wentworth Selborne
Chambers
»» Chair: James Lawrence, Partner, Piper Alderman
Copyright Law: Updates, Developments and Key Cases
Judicial Advice for Trustees in Estate Litigation
• Analysis of new developments and trends in copyright law
• Discussion of recent cases changing the originality threshold
• Review of changes in international copyright law
»» Presented by Therese Catanzariti, Barrister, Selborne Chambers
• Standards and procedures in seeking judicial advice for
trustees
• When judicial advice is appropriate and most likely to be
obtained
• Best practices and advice regarding the best methods to
obtain and make use of judicial advice
»» Presented by Margaret Pringle, Barrister, Chalfont Chambers
Piracy Developments
• Overview of the Government’s major plans to crackdown on
online copyright infringement
• Discussion of the evolving relationship between ISPs,
copyright holders and consumers
• Key implications and best practices going forward
»» Presented by Kate Haddock, Partner, Banki Haddock Fiora
Informal Will Disputes
• Informal will legislation and considerations
• Guidance on managing disputes involving competing wills
• Practical tips and advice regarding informal will disputes
»» Presented by Geoffry Underwood, Barrister, Sixth Floor Selborne
Wentworth Chambers
Protecting Copyright in the Online World
• Managing copyright concerns in the online space
• Online material: ownership, orphan works and the right of use
• Social media concerns and developments
• Cloud-based services and the Federal Communications
Minister’s recent guidelines and regulations
»» Presented by Justine Munsie, Partner, Addisons
• Recent developments that may make it easier to prevail on an
undue influence claim
• Implications for estate litigation
• Practical guidance on managing undue influence claims in
light of recent changes
»» Presented by Simon Chapple, Barrister, 13th Floor St James Hall
Beyond Simple Probate Applications
• Limited grants of administration and unusual probate
applications
• Rules, forms and procedures: simple probate applications to
complex applications for letters of administration
• Practical tips and advice on the evidence required before
various types of grant will be made
»» Presented by Bruce Townsend, Barrister, Chalfont Chambers
C A S E S T U DY
Undue Influence in Wills
Fair Dealing and Fair Use: A Case Study of Rival
Publishers Clashing Over the Right to Report News
• Discussion of fair dealing and fair use principles
• Analysis of the key copyright disputes between rival
publishers
• Important lessons and implications from the dispute
• Best practices to help your clients avoid similar problems
»» Presented by Patrick Fair, Partner, Baker & McKenzie
9.00AM TO 1.15PM
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Join an expert panel of highly regarded barristers, scholarly
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and practical discussion about practicing Administrative Law.
Master the nuances of jurisdictional error and questions of fact,
broaden your knowledge of criminal issues in Administrative Law
and hone your skills in using expert evidence before tribunals.
»» Chair: Robert Wyld, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery
»» Chair: Francis Douglas QC, Seven Wentworth Chambers
Fraud and Corruption Risk Management
Understanding Murky Cases of Jurisdictional Error
• Red flags of fraud: the profile of a fraudster
• Strategies on how to identify the gaps where fraud can occur
• Who is best to own the Fraud Risk Management process?
• Engaging staff and implementing strategies to prevent fraud
»» Presented by Paul Curby, Partner, KordaMentha
• When jurisdictional error is present, when it is not, and the
resulting implications
• Managing cases that may involve jurisdictional error
• Analysis of recent cases and developments
»» Presented by Paul Menzies QC, 12 Wentworth Selborne
Chambers
Conducting Effective Investigations into Corrupt
or Fraudulent Conduct and Meeting Regulatory
Expectations
Judicial Review: Questions of Fact and Law and
Inadequate Reasons
• How problems emerge: whistle blowers, compliance
monitoring, M&A due diligence and other avenues
• The investigation: scoping, internal organisation, reporting to
the board, lines of inquiry and using external advisors
• Control and management: document preservation, legal
professional privilege and employee issues
• Expectations of regulatory authorities and stakeholders
• What happens next? Exiting employees and remediation
»» Presented by Steven Fleming, Partner and Peter Brabant,
Associate, Jones Day
Managing Incidents of Corruption and Fraud
• Fraud and corruption consequences
• Reporting requirements and understanding whistle blowing
• Preparing for and participating in an external corruption
and fraud investigation
• Dealing with regulators, investigators, media and the public
»» Presented by Nicholas Mavrakis, Partner, Clayton Utz
Trends and Developments in Corruption and Fraud
• Recent cases, their implications and important lessons
• Government corruption: donations, gifts, interests and bribery
• Fraud trends: financial crimes, data theft and IP theft
»» Presented by Brett Warfield, Chief Executive, Warfield &
Associates; Forensic Investigator and former Financial
Management Accountant
• The difficult ambiguities involved in distinguishing between
questions of fact and law
• Making the distinction and understanding the implications
• Overturning a decision on judicial review where the reasons
given were insufficient, inadequate or non-existent
• Managing cases involving inadequate reasons for a decision
»» Presented by Dr Stephen Tully, Barrister, Sixth Floor St James’
Hall Chambers
Administrative Law Involving Criminal Considerations
• Managing administrative law matters involving criminal
considerations and the latest cases and developments
• Lessons from recent proceedings involving ICAC
• Update on migration law, including visa cancellations
following convictions
»» Presented by Oliver Jones, Barrister, Seven Wentworth
Chambers
Tribunals and Expert Evidence
• When expert evidence is most useful
• Rules and limits on expert evidence in tribunals
• Procedures and best practices
»» Presented by Dr Juliet Lucy, Barrister, Fifth Floor Selborne
Chambers; Accredited Mediator
Very informative, speakers with a
lot of enthusiasm for the topics.
An entertaining and informative
refresher on the essential structure
and characteristics
of administrative law.
See page 1 for details
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2.00PM TO 5.15PM
Fraud and corruption are on the rise and the financial and
reputational consequences are more significant than ever.
Protect your business, department and clients by learning how
to prevent, investigate and handle fraud and corruption, all
while hearing about the latest developments in corporate and
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INFRASTRUCTURE LAW:
STAYING AHEAD OF THE NEXT
CONSTRUCTION BOOM
CONTRACT DISPUTES: NEW LAW,
PRACTICAL GUIDANCE AND THE
LATEST UPDATES
RULE 57 AND REGULATION 176
FOR IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
THE NEW WORLD OF
COMPETITION LAW
FRIDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 2014
FRIDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 2014
FRIDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 2014
FRIDAY, 21 NOVEMBER 2014
9.00AM TO 1.15PM $460
With new and aggressive infrastructure plans in NSW it’s critical
for your business and your clients to keep pace with the latest
trends. Take advantage of this expert panel to learn about new
legislation and its implications, how to avoid pitfalls related to
technological trends, strategies to deal with overruns and how to
succeed in dispute resolution.
»» Chair: John Cooper, Partner, Jones Day
Update on Legislative Developments, Recent Cases and
Trends
• New Building and Construction Industry Code changes
• Analysis of new rules regarding contractor and subcontractor
provisions, overtime, unions, and security of payment
• Recent cases and developments, including a brief update on
Home Building Act amendments
• Practical guidance on best practices going forward
»» Presented by Nuala Shaw, Barrister, 5 Wentworth Chambers
Trends in Dispute Resolution
• Recent developments involving dispute resolution boards
• Resolving disputes through expert determination
• Best practices for managing arbitration
• Contemplating dispute resolution in a project’s early stages
»» Presented by Steven Goldstein, Barrister, Edmund Barton
Chambers
Impact of Technology on Risk Allocation in Construction
Contracts
• Legal issues arising from project communication systems
• The legal impact of electronic communications
• Legal issues raised by Building Information Modelling,
including the duty to review, liability for contributions of
others, intellectual property and the role of gatekeeper
»» Presented by Alex Hartmann, Partner and Fiona Elliot, Senior
Associate, Baker & McKenzie
Construction Disputes, Overruns and Stressed Projects:
The “Big Picture”
• Avoiding disputes: risk allocation and project planning
• Early warning signs for lawyers: recognising when your
project is going bad and what to do about it
• Claims strategy: reactive vs. proactive
• EOT and cost claims: timing and leverage
• Effective resolution of construction disputes
»» Presented by Adam Perl, In-House Construction Counsel
2.00PM TO 5.15PM $460
$460
Regulation 176
»» Chair: Narelle Smythe, Partner, Clayton Utz
OHS, Discrimination and EEO and Employment Law
Effectively Managing Contract Interpretation Disputes
• Occupational health and safety law and employment law
• The law relating to discrimination and harassment
• The principles of equal employment opportunity
»» Presented by Brooke Pendlebury, Principal Solicitor, Pendlebury
Workplace Law
»» Chair: David Ball, Principal Lawyer, Australian Competition and
Consumer Commission (ACCC)
• New developments involving surrounding circumstances
• Recent cases related to Parol Evidence Rule exceptions
• Identifying and defining the existence of an ambiguity
• Prior negotiations, intent, subsequent conduct, good faith
»» Presented by Grant Bonner, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
• Chair: Liong Lim, Senior Legal Counsel, Commonwealth Bank
Professional Skills
The Complexities and Nuances of Terminating Contracts
Maximising the Benefits of Effective Communication
• Analysis of common law rights to terminate a contract
• Contractual termination rights and termination for
convenience clauses
• Guidance on when and how a principal can terminate a
contract and the restrictions in doing so
• Case studies and advice on handling disputes involving
terminated contracts
»» Presented by Steven Blanch, Partner, Henry Davis York
• Understand the elements of effective communication
• Improve communication internally and with third parties
• Enhance personal and organisational efficiency
• Maximise relationships with consultants and external counsel
»» Presented by Malcolm Bersten, Solicitor Director, Bersten Legal
Pty Ltd; former Legal Counsel, Provident Capital
Indemnities and Proportionate Liability
How to be Effective in Negotiations and Dispute
Resolution While Managing Ethical Considerations
Ethics & Professional Responsibility
• Indemnities, allocating risk and determining potential liabilities
• Perpetual Trustee Co Ltd v CTC Group Pty Ltd (No 2) and
excluding proportionate liability legislation
• Managing contract disputes involving indemnities
»» Presented by Andrew Tokley SC, 5 Wentworth Chambers and
Alex Ottaway, Member, Law Society of New South Wales
Business Law Committee
Understanding Damages: Quantification and
Consequential Loss
• Analysis of quantifying damages in contract disputes
• Discussion of Clark v Macourt and recent developments
• Jurisprudence affecting the law on consequential loss
• Guidance on recognising and managing damages issues
involving quantification and consequential loss
»» Presented by Joern Schimmelfeder, Partner, K & L Gates
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• Recognising and managing ethical issues arising in
negotiations and dispute resolution procedures
• Improving outcomes while managing ethical concerns
• Being effective in-house counsel and avoiding legal pitfalls
»» Presented by Steve Lancken, Accredited Mediator and Dispute
Resolution Specialist, Negocio Resolutions
Practice Management & Business Skills
Very valuable. Will attend as
many as I can.
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2.00PM TO 5.15PM Competition Law is rapidly evolving. The Root and Branch
Review will have a profound effect. The ACCC is increasingly
active. Several companies have recently been hit with penalties
in the millions of dollars for violating competition laws.
Attending this seminar is crucial so that you can understand
these changes, keep up with the latest developments and advise
and protect your business and your clients.
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Gain the tools to be more effective when dealing with your
client, working with external counsel and managing projects, all
while satisfying your Rule 57 and Regulation 176 requirements in
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the opportunity to learn about the latest contract law
developments from a panel of experts offering practical and
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managing interpretation disputes. You will also gain an in-depth
understanding of key changes to proportionate liability and
quantifying damages.
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Legal Project Management Techniques for In-House
Counsel
• Improving legal delivery through fundamental legal project
management concepts and techniques
• Scope, plan and manage in-house legal projects
• Applying LPM techniques to managing external counsel
• Enhancing relationships internally and with third-parties
»» Presented by Therese Linton, Principal Consultant, Creative
Planet
Root and Branch Review of Competition Policy: The Most
Significant Reforms in Over Two Decades
• Overview of the Review’s goals, draft findings and
recommendations
• Guidance regarding the most significant changes and what
competition and consumer law practitioners need to know
• Tips on developing proactive policies and procedures to deal
with proposed reforms
• Advice on where we go from here
»» Presented by Christopher Hodgekiss SC, Fifth Floor Selborne
Chambers
Exceptions to the Cartel Conduct Rules
• Overview of the cartel conduct prohibitions
• Analysis of anti-overlap provisions
• Discussion of the joint venture and IP licensing exceptions
• The ACCC’s new immunity policy and potential implications
• Presented by Hannah Marshall, Senior Associate, Marque
Lawyers
Misuse of Market Power Cases
• Is Section 46 fit for purpose?
• Analysis of recent judgments and new cases
• A look at whether the requirements of Section 46 and the
ACCC are the same and how to comply with both
»» Presented by Ian Wylie, Barrister, Blackstone Chambers
Collusion with Intermediaries: The Flight Centre and ANZ
Cases and Their Implications and Tensions
• Analysis of ACCC v Flight Centre and ACCC v ANZ Bank
• Tensions with other cases
• Implications for dealings with agents, brokers, distributors and
other intermediaries
»» Presented by Peter Armitage, Partner, Ashurst
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Seminar
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Price
MANDATORY RULE 57
FAMILY LAW
Combined Rule 57 (formerly Rule
42) & Regulation 176 for All Lawyers
(NSW March 2014)
OND143N02
Family Law Conference
(NSW March 2014)
Social Media Rule 57 (NSW March
2013)
OND133N40
3
$405
Rule 57 for Criminal Lawyers (NSW
November 2013)
OND1311N17B
3
$405
Rule 57 Required MCLE Units for
Family Lawyers (NSW March 2014)
4
$405
OND143N07B
3
$405
Decision Making and Reason Writing
(NSW March 2014)
OND143N17
4
$405
Discretionary Decision Making (WA
March 2014)
OND143W30
3
$405
7
Price
$710
Current Issues for In-House Counsel
(NSW March 2013)
OND133N13B
3
$405
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
OND136N05A
4
$405
Patents (NSW June 2013)
OND136N05B
3
$405
Big Data: Opportunities and Risks
(NSW November 2013)
OND1311N12
3
$405
Intellectual Property Law Update
(NSW March 2014)
OND143N09
4
$405
Film and Television Law (NSW
September 2013)
4
$405
OND143N12
4
$405
Strata and Community Title Law
(NSW June 2013)
OND136N03
3
$405
Practical Solutions to Conveyancing
Problems (NSW March 2014)
OND143N36
4
$405
3
$405
Advertising and Marketing Law
(NSW June 2013)
OND136N10
3
$405
Legal Complexities of SMSFs (NSW
November 2013)
Medical Negligence Essentials (NSW
March 2014)
OND1311N03
3
$405
PROPERTY
Business Sale Transactions:
Advanced Practice (NSW March
2014)
OND143N39
4
$405
Privacy Law Reform: Protections
with Teeth (NSW March 2013)
OND133N27
3
$405
Trusts and Deeds: Pitfalls and Traps
(NSW March 2014)
OND143N45
3
$405
PERSONAL INJURY
OND1311N01
4
$405
Wills and Administration Essentials
(NSW June 2013)
OND136N04
3
$405
Aged Care Reforms: Advising Your
Clients (NSW June 2014)
OND146N10
3
$405
WILLS AND ESTATES
OND133V09
4
$405
CONTRACTS
OND143N46
7
$710
$460
»» Chair: Peter Worrall, Director, Worrall Lawyers
»» Chair: Peter Worrall, Director, Worrall Lawyers
Family Law Update
Family Law Update
A review of recent important and useful cases in all areas of family
law including property, parenting, binding financial agreements,
evidence and procedure.
A review of recent important and useful cases in all areas of family
law including property, parenting, binding financial agreements,
evidence and procedure.
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Wills and Estates: Year in Review
Wills and Estates: Year in Review
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OND139N12
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Workplace Law: Addressing Your
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OND139N02
OND133N39
0.00AM TO 0.00PM
Guardianship and Administration Amendment Bill 2013
Trade Marks (NSW June 2013)
Australian Consumer Law Update
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MISCELLANEOUS
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3rd Annual Contracts Conference
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MCLE
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IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
ADMINISTRATIVE AND GOVERNMENT LAW
Personal Property Securities Act:
Halfway Through Transition (VIC
March 2013)
OND143N07
CODE
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1411N02
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1411N02A
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School Law Conference
1411N02B
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Food Law: New Standards, Regulations, Trends and Hot Issues
1411N03
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Fraud and Corruption: Protect Your Business and Clients
1411N04
$414
$460
Managing Estate Disputes and Probate: A Master Class
1411N05
$414
$460
Administrative Law: Understanding Errors, Decisions,
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Copyright Online, In Print and Beyond: Timely Update
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Infrastructure Law: Staying Ahead of the Next Construction
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1411N06
$414
$460
1411N07
$414
$460
1411N08
$414
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Rule 57 and Regulation 176 for In-house Counsel
1411N09
$414
$460
The New World of Competition law
1411N10
$414
$460
Contract Disputes: New Law, Practical Guidance and
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