In-house counsel CPD webinars

At Hall & Wilcox we understand there are high expectations on in-house counsel to be up to date across a variety of areas of law, while also managing day to day workloads.

To support you with this and to meet your annual CPD/CLE requirements, we are running a series of national webinars covering all required CPD areas.

We will be delivering these complimentary webinars across a range of topics and days to ensure there is something to meet your needs.

Please click here to see the full program or click on the links below to register for as many webinars as necessary.

Ethics and professional responsibility

Legal professional privilege for in-house counsel

Thursday 14 March 2019, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM (AEDT)

Presented by Scott Meacock, Special Counsel.

An update for in-house counsel on legal professional privilege, with a focus on issues arising in relation to asserting privilege over ‘in-house’ materials’.

This webinar can contribute towards one Ethics and professional responsibility CPD point.

Substantive law

Oral contracts and non oral modification clauses - recent developments

Tuesday 5 March 2019, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM (AEDT)

Presented by Stephen Klotz, Partner.

In this webinar, Stephen will discuss recent developments in oral contracts and non oral modification clauses.

This webinar can contribute towards one Substantive law CPD point.

Financial advice after the Royal Commission

Tuesday 12 March, 1:30pm – 2:30pm (AEDT)

Presented by Adrian Verdnik, Partner.

In this webinar, Adrian will discuss:

  • The current structure for regulation of financial advice
  • Commentary about financial advice from The Hayne Royal Commission
  • Likely reforms and practical implications for advisers

This webinar can contribute towards one Substantive law CPD point.

Managing ill and injured employees

Thursday 14 March, 9:30am – 10:30am (AEDT)

Presented by Iona Goodwin, Special Counsel.

In this webinar, Iona will give an overview of the legal risks of managing ill and injured employees, with a focus on:

  • unfair dismissal
  • general protections
  • discrimination, and
  • bullying claims.

This webinar can contribute towards one Substantive law CPD point.

Personal Property Securities Act update

Monday 18 March 2019, 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM (AEDT)

Presented by Mark Inston, Partner.

In this webinar, Mark will give an overview of the Personal Property Securities Act, including recent changes in legislation.

This webinar can contribute towards one Substantive law CPD point.

Unfair contract terms

Tuesday 19 March, 12:30pm – 1:30pm (AEDT)

Presented by James Deady, Special Counsel and Mark Lebbon, Senior Assoicate.

In this webinar, James and Mark will provide an overview of the unfair contract terms regime, take you through some cases, guidance and commentary following recent ACCC enforcement activity and discuss potential amendments which may be made to the laws moving forward.

This webinar can contribute towards one Substantive law CPD point.

Professional skills

Negotiation - principles and techniques

Wednesday 13 March, 1pm – 2pm (AEDT)

Presented by Deborah Chew, Partner and Jung Ryu, Senior Associate.

In this webinar, Deborah and Jung will discuss the theory, practice and different approaches for engaging in negotiations, as well as provide recent examples (on a no names basis).

This webinar can contribute towards one Professional skill CPD point.

Practice management and business skills

Legal and business resources for busy in-house counsel

Tuesday 12 March, 12pm – 1pm (AEDT)

Presented by Amanda Surrey, Senior Librarian.

In this webinar, Amanda Surrey will discuss:

  • Free online legal resources (cases, legislation and international) available to in-house counsel
  • Business specific resources
  • Specialist resources
  • Evaluating subscription products
  • Setting up curated news feeds on social media
  • Live links to free resources

This webinar can contribute towards one Practice management and business skills CPD point.

Contact

Sarah Porter

Events Advisor
T: +61 2 8267 3815
Email

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