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Education Law Wellington: New Changes, New Legal Risks

Education Law Wellington: New Changes, New Legal Risks

Location: , New Zealand
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-19-2017 Last Day: 09-19-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-18-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD hours The Education (Update) Amendment Act 2017 came into effect in May 2017 and is the biggest overhaul of the NZ education system in decades. The implications for students, teachers and schools are numerous and real, and so too are the legal risks that will arise from the changes. Attend and gain critical legislative updates as well as skills for tackling the tricky family, student and employment legal issues that can have a significant impact on your school. Places are limited so book early - this conference is not to be missed.…
Education Law Auckland: New Changes, New Legal Risks

Education Law Auckland: New Changes, New Legal Risks

Location: , New Zealand
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-22-2017 Last Day: 09-22-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-21-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD hours The Education (Update) Amendment Act 2017 represents the biggest shakeup to the NZ education system in decades. Its sweeping changes bring many new risks for schools that are not prepared. Ensure you and your school are on top of the legal risks and issues surrounding the changes all while gaining practical insights into managing day to day issues at your school ranging from staff safety and injuries, social media and IP concerns, and discrimination and family law issues. Places are limited so book this can't miss conference early. Session 1: Managing…
Property Law Roundup

Property Law Roundup

Location: , New Zealand
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-21-2017 Last Day: 09-21-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-20-2017
Attend and earn 4 CPD hours A potential client may come to you with any number of property law issues involving several areas of law and many moving parts. We'll make sure you stay on top of the numerous areas you need to be across to find success in your property law practice with 5 practical sessions on unit titles, building codes, foreign investments, conveyancing, leasing, health and safety and more. Chair: Joseph Biddles, Director, Thompson Blackie Biddles Case Study: Fire Issues The Building Code and what has changed Requirements when undertaking repairs: section 112 of the Building Act 2004…
Privacy and Data Protection Officers Summit Europe

Privacy and Data Protection Officers Summit Europe

Location: , France
Category: Law
Start Date: 10-11-2017 Last Day: 10-12-2017
With GDPR implementation less than a year away, privacy and data protection officers need clear and practical guidance on how to interpret and apply the regulation. Manging consent issues, conducting PIAs, effective data mapping and understanding the advantages of GDPR are just a few of the key topics that your data protection peers will be sharing their insights on. Whether you have a mature privacy programme with a large team or you wear many hats within your organisation the Privacy & Data Protection Officers Summit Europe is the must-attend for in-house privacy professionals to benchmark strategies with your peers whilst…
Director and Officer Duties and Personal Liability: Troubled Waters Ahead

Director and Officer Duties and Personal Liability: Troubled Waters Ahead

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-14-2017 Last Day: 09-14-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-13-2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units in Substantive Law Avoid personal exposure for you, your organisation or your clients. Huge changes are afoot for directors with forthcoming legislative reforms, ASIC's ongoing expectation for directors to be good corporate citizens and the expanding scope of statutory duties for directors and their key advisors. Keep up or possibly experience problems. Chair: Matthew Ellis, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LEGISLATIVE REFORM: Safe Harbour and Ipso Facto Clauses Law Reform - An overview of a director's duty to prevent insolvent trading - The need to reform insolvent trading laws and ipso facto clauses - The…
Franchising: Developments, Disputes and Debates

Franchising: Developments, Disputes and Debates

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-14-2017 Last Day: 09-14-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-13-2017
Attend and earn 4 CPD units in Substantive Law Legislative developments, disputes and debates are having a significant impact on the franchising sector. Analyse new legislation and recent regulatory developments; dissect the current debate regarding industry standards and developments, and explore common areas in dispute. Chair: Maria Robinson, State Manager, BOQ; VIC/TAS State President, Franchise Council of Australia NEW LEGISLATION: Franchisor Liability for Franchisee Workplace Contravention - Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Bill 2017 Consider the impact of this proposed legislation on franchisors and franchisees and review potential areas for workplace breaches. Presented by Nick Ruskin, Partner, K&L Gates…
Personal Injury Conferences: Statutory Benefits and Common Law Claims

Personal Injury Conferences: Statutory Benefits and Common Law Claims

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-14-2017 Last Day: 09-14-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-13-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD units including: 5 units in Substantive Law 2 units in Professional Skills Why do you have to attend? This high level conference will review the procedural traps of statutory benefits claims and provide an update on developments in common law serious injury claims. Tailored for practitioners working in either or across both areas, this program offers valuable guidance and takeaways straight from the experts that you can use immediately. Session 1: Statutory Benefits Claims: Practice and Procedure Chair: Mary Anne Hartley QC, Dever's List Professional Skills Procedural Tips from Counsel on Running…
Workplace Law Series: Modern Issues and Industrial Relations

Workplace Law Series: Modern Issues and Industrial Relations

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-13-2017 Last Day: 09-13-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-12-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD units in Substantive Law The modern workplace is a pit of potential risk. What may begin as an innocuous incident could turn into a claim worth thousands or in some cases, millions of dollars. What can a workplace do to protect itself? This nationally focussed program will examine the latest law, developments and controversial areas affecting workplaces and industrial relations. Session 1: Modern Workplace Issues Chair: William Alstergren QC, Aickin Chambers Flexible Work Arrangements: Making it Work - The increased right to flexible work (including for parental leave, dad/partner pay) - Consequences…
Estate Planning Challenges and Conflicts

Estate Planning Challenges and Conflicts

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-13-2017 Last Day: 09-13-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-12-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD units in Substantive Law "There is no such thing as a one-issue-client." A complex estate planning matter can involve everything from prickly tax, trust and business issues to managing digital assets to dealing with blended family conflict. Ensure you're up to date on how it all fits together so you're prepared for even the most challenging estate planning matters a client brings your way. Session 1: Modern Estate Planning and Cross Border Issues Chair: Carolyn Sparke QC, Victorian Bar Superannuation Death Benefits in a Changed Landscape - $1.6 million commencement cap environment…
Decision Making: Rights, Resources and Review

Decision Making: Rights, Resources and Review

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-12-2017 Last Day: 09-12-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-11-2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units in Substantive Law Recent cases and trends have shaken up decision making in Victoria. Critical developments flowing from the Charter of Human Rights and Responsibilities will have a sweeping impact on administrative law. Government authorities making more and more decisions based on their lack of resources can lead to complex and challenging disputes. Recent cases with significant implications for judicial review and procedural fairness will also have an outsize impact on decision making. It's a lot to consider so we've assembled the best and brightest to put it all into context and deliver the…
9th International Conference on Law, Business, Education and Tourism Management LBETM-17

9th International Conference on Law, Business, Education and Tourism Management LBETM-17

Location: , United Arab Emirates
Category: Law
Start Date: 10-18-2017 Last Day: 10-19-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 10-05-2017
9th International Conference on Law, Business, Education and Tourism Management (LBETM-17) scheduled on Oct. 18-19, 2017 at Dubai (UAE) is for the scientists, scholars, profesionals and students from the Universities all around the world and the industry to present ongoing research activities, and hence to foster research relations between the Universities and the industry. The Proceedings of the Conference will be published by UR-CPS (Conference Publishing Services) and will be will be archived in UR's Engineering & Technology Digital Library. Each Paper will be assigned Digital Object Identifier(DOI) from CROSSREF. Later, the Proceedings of the conferences will be submitted to…
Residential Property Transactions: Tax, Owners Corporations and Updates

Residential Property Transactions: Tax, Owners Corporations and Updates

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-12-2017 Last Day: 09-12-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-11-2017
Attend and earn 4 CPD units including: 3 units in Substantive Law 1 unit in Practice Management & Business Skills With the new tax regime coming to place in July 2017 this is the perfect opportunity to get a better understanding of the new tax requirements, prepare for tricky owners corporation issues, pick up some valuable tips to prepare your practice for the inevitable arrival of online settlements and catch up on the latest cases. Chair: Anne Marie Gasbarro, Partner, McKean Park NEW TAX LAW CHANGES: Residential Property Transactions and Transfer Duty Changes after July 2017 - Changes in capital…
Competition and Consumer Law: A Brave New World

Competition and Consumer Law: A Brave New World

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-12-2017 Last Day: 09-12-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-11-2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units in Substantive Law Australia's biggest shakeup in competition and consumer law in decades will have a profound and immediate impact. Get up to speed in one afternoon with 4 concise, practical sessions from leading experts in the field who will break down the most important parts of the reforms. Chair: David Brewster, Legal Director, Coles Misuse of Market Power: Section 46 - Losing the connection between market power and conduct - Uncertainties around the application of the 'effects' test - ACCC enforcement and priorities Presented by Lisa Huett, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons; Best…
8th Annual Asbestos and Secondary Claims

8th Annual Asbestos and Secondary Claims

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-14-2017 Last Day: 09-14-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-13-2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units including: 2 units in Substantive Law 1 unit in Professional Skills Asbestos and secondary litigation continues apace with the number of asbestos-related, mesothelioma and silica claims being made. Hear from the latest member appointment to the Dust Diseases Tribunal of New South Wales, The Honourable Judge Russell, leading medical experts and practitioners on the most recent developments in the area. VIEW FROM THE BENCH Chair and Opening Address: His Honour Judge David Russell, Judge of the District Court and member of the Dust Diseases Tribunal of New South Wales Breach of Duty and Foreseeability:…
Decision Making and Reason Writing

Decision Making and Reason Writing

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-14-2017 Last Day: 09-14-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-13-2017
Attend and earn 4 CPD units in Substantive Law The Li decision allows for further exploration into what constitutes a reasonable decision and when to apply 'unreasonableness to a decision which lacks an evident and intelligible justification'. Statutory Construction is a perennial issue and decision making by the Immigration Assessment Authority (IAA) and privacy have come under the spotlight. It's a lot to consider, so we've assembled some of the best and brightest to put it all into context and deliver the practical insights you need to know. Chair: James Glissan ESM QC, HB Higgins Chambers The Meaning of Unreasonableness…
Infrastructure and Construction Conference: Contracts and Claims

Infrastructure and Construction Conference: Contracts and Claims

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-13-2017 Last Day: 09-13-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-12-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD units in Substantive Law With billions of dollars pouring into infrastructure and building and construction in NSW there's no shortage of challenging contractual issues to sort out and potentially messy disputes to clean up. Gain insights into the latest trends, legislation and cases sweeping through the sector. Session 1: Infrastructure and Major Project Contracts Procurement and a New Dawn for Bid Challenges - The legal implications of a badly run tender process - Causes of action, discovery and damages - The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017: a new legal landscape for…
Estate Planning Challenges and Conflicts

Estate Planning Challenges and Conflicts

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-12-2017 Last Day: 09-12-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-11-2017
Attend the full day and earn 7 CPD units in Substantive Law "There is no such thing as a one-issue-client." A complex estate planning matter can involve everything from prickly trustee issues to blended family and stepchildren disputes to convoluted foreign asset and superannuation conundrums. Ensure you're up to date on how it all fits together so you're prepared for even the most challenging estate planning matter. Session 1: Modern Estate Planning Chair: Michaela Money, Principal/Director, MJM Lawyers; Accredited Specialist in Wills and Estates Integrating Superannuation into Estate Planning - Identifying beneficiaries and receiving superannuation tax effectively - Terms of…
5th International Conference on Studies in Law, Education, Business and Hospitality Management LEBHM-17

5th International Conference on Studies in Law, Education, Business and Hospitality Management LEBHM-17

Location: , Indonesia
Category: Law
Start Date: 10-12-2017 Last Day: 10-13-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-30-2017
5th International Conference on Studies in Law, Education, Business and Hospitality Management (LEBHM-17) scheduled on Oct. 12-13, 2017 at Bali (Indonesia) is for the researchers, social scientists, scholars, engineers and parctitioners from all around the world to present and share ongoing research activities. All accepted papers of LEBHM-17 will be published in the printed conference proceedings with valid International ISBN number. Each Paper will be assigned unique Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from CROSSREF and the Proceedings of the Conference will be archived in EIRAI's Engineering & Technology Digital Library. The Proceeding will be also submitted to SCOPUS/ISI Thomson for review.…
Franchising: Developments, Disputes and Debates

Franchising: Developments, Disputes and Debates

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-15-2017 Last Day: 09-15-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-14-2017
Attend and earn 4 CPD units in Substantive Law Legislative developments, disputes and debates are having a significant impact on the franchising sector. Analyse new legislation and recent regulatory developments; dissect the current debate regarding industry standards and developments, and explore common areas in dispute. Chair: Sean O'Donnell, Partner, HWL Ebsworth; NSW/ACT State President, Franchise Council of Australia NEW LEGISLATION: Franchisor Liability for Franchisee Workplace Contravention: Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Bill 2017 Consider the impact of this proposed legislation on franchisors and franchisees and review potential areas for workplace breaches. Presented by Gerard Phillips, Partner, K&L Gates Franchise…
Women in Law: Influence and Advancement

Women in Law: Influence and Advancement

Location: , Australia
Category: Law
Start Date: 09-07-2017 Last Day: 09-07-2017 Deadline for abstracts: 09-06-2017
Attend and earn 3 CPD units including: 1 unit in Practical Legal Ethics 1 unit in Practice Management & Business Skills 1 unit in Professional Skills "If trailblazing were easy the road would be paved." Share an afternoon with some of Queensland's most inspiring women talking leadership, communication skills and rising to the top. Practical Legal Ethics Countering Unconscious Gender Bias Institutional unconscious bias towards women is prevalent in the legal profession. When confronted with individual instances of unconscious bias, for example with a client or in the workplace, how can we react constructively? Moderated by Her Honour Magistrate Previtera,…

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