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1 Consistently good presentations, well qualified presenters and relevant topics. It has been one of the most rewarding seminars I ve attended PROGRAM AUGUST August 201 Mercure Brisbane (North Quay) 22 August 201 Shangri-La Hotel, Cairns SEPTEMBER September 201 Mercure Brisbane (North Quay) NEW MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM See inside for details QUEENSLAND

2 18Q01 WILLS AND SUCCESSION LAW: A BUSY YEAR Tuesday, 19 August am to 1.15pm $05 18Q0 PROCEDURAL SKILLS FOR INDUSTRIAL COURTS AND COMMISSIONS Tuesday, 19 August pm to 5.15pm $05 Succession law is becoming more complex since the cases of Fisher v Howes and Wooster v Morris. Attend this practical seminar to ensure you are up to date on all crucial developments in tax, superannuation and blended families and therefore provide the best technical advice to your clients.» Chair: Michelle Sheehan, Principal, entrust Law Protecting the Inheritances of Minors and Vulnerable Beneficiaries What are the key considerations to an effective estate plan in this area? What are the various options in the toolkit to deliver inheritances to vulnerable parties?» Presented by Sharon Winn, Special Counsel, Paxton-Hall Lawyers Incorporating Superannuation into Estate Planning: Overcoming the Common Challenges Dealing with Super Death Benefit Taxes Specific estate planning issues: passing control on death or incapacity Reversionary pensions versus lump sum death benefits Protecting beneficiaries and maintaining control Types of death benefit nominations and when to use them Ensuring super death benefits go to the right beneficiaries Integrating superannuation with the rest of the estate plan» Presented by Matthew Burgess, Director and Patrick Ellwood, Director, View Legal Red Flags: Drafting for Complex Estates and Amending Existing Wills Poorly drafted wills: learning from the good, the bad and the ugly Overseas wills Different name spelling: What to do Formalities of the country of the estate (other than Australia)» Presented by Betty Leung, Senior Estate Planning Lawyers, ANZ Trustees The Modern Estates Conundrum: Planning for Blended Families Succession planning strategies to consider when advising clients in blended families - Executor and trustee: who to choose - Succession of trusts and companies - Problems with life insurance - Binding Death Benefit nominations - Binding Financial Agreements and the interaction with estate laws Mutual wills and more Protecting the client s estate on relationship breakdown» Presented by Zinta Harris, Principal, Harris Law Lawyers & Consultants For both workplace lawyers and in-house counsel, the procedures and jurisdictional issues in different courts can be overwhelming. If you are relatively new to the area or you infrequently practice in these courts, you will find there is no better opportunity to test out your skills in an interactive environment, learning from the very best in the field.» Chair: Karen Garner, Barrister, Queensland Bar Procedures in Key Jurisdictions: QCAT, Fair Work Commission and Federal Circuit Court Considerations: costs implications, timing matters Steps to consider for defending and initiating applications and complaints What to do at Conciliation Conferences Tips and traps» Presented by Annie Smeaton, Special Counsel, Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers Essential Advocacy Skills for Workplace Lawyers Leave to be represented What works and what doesn t work in terms of advocacy Practical tips for preparing and running cases Drafting effective pleadings and submissions» Presented by The Hon. Judge Burnett, Federal Circuit Court of Australia Mediation and Negotiation Skills for Workplace Law Resolving the issue prior to Court Settling at conciliation Court-appointed mediation Strategies for negotiation Should you try and negotiate before it goes to the Commission?» Presented by Toby Nielsen, Barrister, Queensland Bar; Accredited Mediator UNABLE TO ATTEND OUR FACE TO FACE SEMINARS? Then why not attend our very popular live web seminars. ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW ATTEND AND EARN IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

3 18Q02 GENERAL COUNSEL AND COMPANY SECRETARY: THE DUAL ROLE Tuesday, 19 August am to 1.15pm $05 18Q0 COMPULSORY CORE AREAS FOR IN-HOUSE COUNSEL Tuesday, 19 August pm to 5.15pm $05 The complexity of both roles has increased dramatically in an environment of tougher regulation, risk management and compliance standards. This is a must attend event to address current challenges and recent developments that are shaping the way General Counsel and Company Secretaries wear both hats and assess their roles and duties. As a legal advisor navigating your company through the pitfalls of due care and diligence, you cannot afford to miss out.» Chair: Jane Harrington, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Racing Queensland General Counsel and Company Secretary: Practicalities of the Dual Role Shaffron v ASIC 2012: A pragmatic approach Benefits and pitfalls of the dual role Managing the team: lawyers and secretariat» Presented by Sarah Thornton, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Brisbane Airport Group Corporate Governance: Recent Developments and Potential Pitfalls Involvement and responsibilities in the corporate decision making process: potential pitfalls Independence of the legal function and conflicts that arise in the dual role ASX third set of amendments in practice and applying to reporting practices» Presented by Michael Hansel, Partner, HopgoodGanim Continuous Disclosure: Practical Applications Managing disclosure content and timing in the context of significant corporate actions Dealing with unsolicited approaches Addressing any divergence between the performance of a disclosing entity and market expectations Handling confidential information and preventing leaks Recent developments and commentary from ASIC and ASX» Presented by Stephen Knight, Senior Associate, Minter Ellison Dealing with Difficult Board Members or Shareholders in Meetings Role of the chair and meeting management Meeting and governing materials Requisitioned meetings» Presented by Janine Rolfe, Director, Company Matters Just hours to ensure you become compliant, in the core areas. Plus hours of essential skills for the in-house lawyer. As a time starved in-house lawyer this seminar will justify your afternoon out of the office.» Chair: Alan Coull, In-house Counsel, Steelx Practice Management & Business Skills Practical Tips for Running an Effective Workplace Investigation How to maximise cooperation Substantive and procedural fairness Common issues that arise Disclosure of investigation reports» Presented by Alan Strain, Special Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright Professional Skills Becoming a Valued Business Partner: What the Best Legal Teams Do A framework for understanding the different roles in-house lawyers play (and the shadow or negative side of each role) What the best legal teams do to be better business partners Practical steps to becoming a better business partner» Presented by Joanne Keen, General Counsel, Energex Practical Legal Ethics Ethical and Professional Conduct Traps for In House Counsel Dealing with public authorities and regulators: should it be external or internal counsel? Dealing with customers: what do you need to do if the counterparty is represented or not represented? Dealing with employees: can in house counsel ever be an employee s friend?» Presented by Les Power, Partner, Wilson Lawyers, Accredited Specialist Commercial Litigation SAVE $100 OFF THIS SEMINAR! Register and pay for this seminar and another half day seminar in one transaction for a total price of $710. ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 2 IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW 1 POINT IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS 1 POINT IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 1 POINT IN PRACTICAL LEGAL ETHICS 1 POINT IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS 1 POINT IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

4 18Q05 EFFECTIVE CONTRACT DRAFTING Wednesday, 20 August am to 1.15pm $05 18Q06 PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHIATRIC INJURY CLAIMS Wednesday, 20 August am to 1.15pm $05 Effective contract drafting is not about recycling precedent clauses. Making your contract clauses enforceable whilst using clear language is absolutely vital; it will save you time, make you more competitive, and reduce the risk of contract disputes. Spend your morning wisely and invest in understanding how Courts interpret drafting, improving your drafting of insurance and indemnity clauses, and applying your skills in a practical drafting workshop.» Chair: Gregory Egan, Barrister, Teneriffe Nominees Understand How the Court Interprets Contracts to Assist You in Your Drafting Summary of principles from recent cases - Electricity Generation Corporation v Woodside Energy Ltd - Schwartz v Hadid - Western Export Services Inc v Jireh International Pty Ltd When will a court imply a term? - BGC (Australia) Pty Ltd v Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Implying a duty of good faith - Kosho Pty Ltd v Trilogy Funds Management Ltd How to use these principles» Presented by Chris Tam, Barrister, Callinan Chambers Indemnity Clauses and Insurance Clauses What they do, what they don t do, and what to look for when drafting and constructing them Significant recent decisions on the construction of these complete clauses» Presented by Brett Heath, Special Counsel, Carter Newell Contract Drafting Workshop: A Practical Scenario This hands-on workshop will use a mock scenario to cover the life cycle of a transaction from contract formation through to dispute resolution. Using practical examples from a construction project, the session will cover: Some important contractual issues that may arise Model clauses and potential problems Solutions for better contract documents Discussion from the panel and audience on best practice in contract drafting» Facilitators: Greg Richards, Partner, Mills Oakley Lawyers Tulani Love, Associate, Mills Oakley Lawyers Matthew Williams, Barrister, Quay 11 Chambers Claims for psychological or psychiatric injury are on the rise. But in Queensland the changes covered by the Workers' Compensation and Rehabilitation and other Legislation Act 201 creates limitations. Explore the nuances and challenges with our panel of medical and legal experts.» Chair: Chris Newton, Barrister, Queensland Bar Keynote Address: Developments in Pure Psychiatric Injury Cases» Presented by The Hon. Judge Douglas J McGill SC, District Court of Queensland Identifying Psychological and Psychiatric Injury Understanding different types of psychological injury and common triggers Differentiating a primary injury from a secondary injury The overlap between physical and psychological injury How cases can escalate to a complex claim PIRS in practice Will DSM V make any difference?» Presented by Dr Axel Estensen, Psychiatrist, New Farm Psychiatric Services Case Review and Developments in Psychological Injury Mental injury: an increasingly important area for workers compensation and common law 'Management action': when is an employer protected? Examining recent decisions concerning employers' common law liability for psychiatric injury» Presented by Stephen Hughes, Special Counsel, Carter Newell Psychological and Psychiatric Litigation and the New Bullying Regime The new jurisdiction of the Fair Work Commission Who can make an application to the Commission and how? How are these applications being dealt with? The experience to date» Presented by Mitchell Devine, Principal, Devine Legal, Accredited Specialist, Personal Injury Law and Workplace Relations Very thorough, good practical approach to this area Great content ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 2 IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS 2 IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW

5 18Q07 CONSUMER LAW: BURNING ISSUES AND FUTURE DIRECTION Wednesday, 20 August pm to 5.15pm $05 18Q08 LEGAL COSTS WORKSHOP Wednesday, 20 August pm to 5.15pm $05 When the ACCC s 201 Compliance & Enforcement Policy was launched this year, Chairman Rod Sims emphasised the ACCC will continue to target consumer guarantee rights under the ACL. As of May this year, several judgments passed down have already cost some large Australian companies penalties in the hundreds of thousands for misleading or deceptive conduct. In particular, recent cases have highlighted and provided greater clarity on unconscionable conduct and unfair contract terms. This updated seminar, presented by Brisbane s leading experts on consumer law, is a perfect way to bring yourself up to speed.» Chair: Richard Lilley QC, Queensland Bar Dealing with ACCC Investigations and Prosecutions The ACCC s enforcement priorities for 201 Civil pecuniary penalties: increasing civil action for penalties Issues regarding negotiation and settlement» Presented by David Grace, Partner, Cooper Grace Ward Allegations of Unconscionable Conduct: Recent Developments Consumers taking on unreasonable terms Particular terms being imposed Emerging areas in terms and conduct after execution of contracts What do the Lux and Kakavas cases add to our understanding?» Presented by Mark Treherne, Principal, Mark Treherne & Associates Emerging Consumer Issues in the Online Marketplace Consumer trust, comparator sites and online reviews Misleading representations on comparator websites Recent enforcement action» Presented by David Johnson, Managing Director, Watchdog Compliance Pty Ltd Competition Law Update: Flight Centre Case Analysis of ACCC v Flight Centre Tension between Flight Centre case and ACCC v ANZ Implications of Flight Centre case for distribution channels» Presented by Justin Oliver, Partner, Minter Ellison Struggling with legal costs? Whether you ve got a problem at your fingertips or need a refresher on the key principles, you won t have a better opportunity to refine your skills than this. Cost experts Stephen Hartwell and Belinda Mason will provide you with real-world tips to apply in your practice. File Management: Practical Tips Breadth and specificity required of file matters Maintaining files: notes, s, copies required What the assessors look for in conducting an assessment Disclosure: Managing Compliance Through the Retainer Management of estimates Extra disclosure and new disclosure Traps and pitfalls Steps to recovering fees Putting Forward a Bill that will Withstand Assessment Avoiding making improper or excessive claims for costs/ fees that are doomed to fail Avoiding the risk of serious financial loss or disciplinary sanctions in the assessment process Review of recent disciplinary cases Fixed Fees Fixed fees and cost agreements: getting it right Fixed fees and cost assessments: the implications Defining the purpose and need for fixed fees How to arrive at your fixed fee Advantages and disadvantages Ethical considerations Solicitor/Client Disputes and Party/Party Costs Negotiation and settlement of solicitor/client disputes Negotiation and settlement of party/party costs - What to do about delays in costs assessments Drafting a proper Notice of Objections Making Offers in Cost Proceedings Understanding the effect of offers in cost proceedings» Presented by Stephen Hartwell, Principal and Belinda Mason, Senior associate, Hartwell Lawyers ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 1 POINT IN PRACTICAL LEGAL ETHICS 1 POINT IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS 1 POINT IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

6 19Q01 MANAGING FINANCIAL ISSUES AFTER FAMILY BREAKDOWN Tuesday, 9 September am to 1.15pm $05 19Q02 ADVANCED RETAIL AND COMMERCIAL LEASING Tuesday, 9 September am to 1.15pm $05 Stay on top of the latest developments affecting property settlements for de facto relationships and short marriages; understand how to deal with tax implications in family law settlements and get a handy checklist for future reference; learn how to set aside previously made orders under s79a and understand the impact of bankruptcy following separation and after proceedings have been commenced.» Chair: Stephen Page, Partner, Harrington Family Lawyers; Family Law Accredited Specialist Defacto and Short Term Relationship Breakdown: Method and Rationale Method and rationale behind financial breakdown Special contributions: domestic violence, gambling and wanton misuse of a family asset Deciding factors Practical approach to dealing with small asset pool and large family Recent decisions» Presented by Kay Feeney, Principal, Family Lawyers, Family Law Accredited Specialist Dealing with Tax Implications in Family Law Settlements: A Checklist Potential tax and superannuation issues checklist Tax and superannuation issues to be taken into account when drafting orders Drafting orders to counter potential tax ramifications» Presented by Brett Hartley, Partner, Hartley Healy; Family Law Accredited Specialist and Peter Vilaysack, Senior Lawyer, Tax - Private Client Services, Ernst & Young Setting Aside Previously Made Orders: Section 79A Section 79A applications - Evidence required - Court s approach to these applications Recent cases» Presented by Peter Baston, Barrister, Queensland Bar Bankruptcy and Family Law: When the Two Worlds Collide Dealing with the bankruptcy trustee Bankruptcy and Family Law Legislation Amendment Act (2005) Dealing with the bankrupt Solvency issues arising during separation The Trustee s involvement in proceedings Recent decisions» Presented by Peter Sheehy, Principal, Peter J Sheehy; Family Law Accredited Specialist and Morgan Lane, Worrells Solvency + Forensic Accountants Created for the advanced leasing practitioner, this seminar will review the practical issues with heads of agreement and agreements for lease; consider where disputes can arise with outgoings and additional payments obligations under a lease; review the rights, obligations and duty to terminate and provide a review of recent cases and emerging issues for retail and commercial leases.» Chair: Aaron Webb, Partner, Thynne Macartney, Accredited Property Law Specialist Heads of Agreement and Agreements for Lease: When to Use, What to Cover and Current Issues When to use heads of agreement When are heads of agreement binding? Distinction between agreement for lease and future lease What is the relationship of the heads of agreement and agreement for lease? What do you need to be aware of? Common areas of dispute» Presented by Ann-Janette Reinhardt, Special Counsel, Ashurst Outgoings and Additional Payments: Disputes Capital vs non capital expenses Multi-use building: who pays for what What should be taken into account at the design/ drafting stage How turnover rent relates to capital costs? How to describe the outgoings? Additional service payments: security, trading out of business hours, marketing, electricity, air conditioning maintenance» Presented by Mark Foy, Special Counsel, K&L Gates Termination: A Review of Rights, Obligations and Duties Termination of leases: To terminate or not? Tenant lock-outs Repudiation and complexities in determining if the lease has been repudiated Duty of landlord to mitigate loss Bank guarantees Preferences Practical and commercial strategies for dealing with tenant defaults in a softening economic environment» Presented by Charles Wilson, Barrister, Queensland Bar Retail and Commercial Leases: A Review of Recent Cases and Emerging Issues This session will review recent cases and emerging issues in commercial and retail leases.» Presented by Chris Crawford, Barrister, Queensland Bar ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW

7 19Q0 ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND PRACTICE FOR LEGAL SUPPORT STAFF DON T MISS OUT. REGISTER YOUR VALUABLE LEGAL SUPPORT STAFF FOR THIS SEMINAR Tuesday, 9 September pm to 5.15pm $50 19Q0 PPSA COMPLIANCE AND ENFORCEMENT Tuesday, 9 September pm to 5.15pm $05 Your legal assistant plays a vital role in the efficient operation of your legal practice. Give your assistant half a day to learn essential information on the legal system, efficiency tips, how to communicate more effectively, and how to proactively manage your practice.» Chair: Associate Professor Kay Lauchland, Faculty of Law, Bond University Snapshot of the Legal System and the Legal Profession in Queensland» Presented by Associate Professor Kay Lauchland, Faculty of Law, Bond University Working More Effectively with Your Manager What makes legal support a valued asset for lawyers? What skills are considered most important to a manager? How can you gain a better understanding of the business and your manager s role requirements? Tips for working with time challenged bosses Lawyers professional and ethical responsibilities» Presented by Kelly Gatehouse, Solicitor, Slater & Gordon Managing Multiple Tasks and Competing Priorities Managing competing deadlines and knowing which takes priority Keeping the team informed about project timeframes Managing expectations regarding deadlines Effective use of Outlook to manage workload and deadlines Developing open and honest communication» Presented by Julie Cummings, Legal Secretary Co-ordinator, Clayton Utz Office and Practice Management: The Changing Role of Legal Assistants Movement towards a green office Increased involvement in business development Managing the online presence and social media of firms and partners Embracing technology to improve efficency and productivity Outsourcing various roles of legal assistants in order to increase efficiency and cut costs: What does this mean for you?» Presented by Martin Kingston, Chief Operating Officer, HopgoodGanim Taking Care of Your Mental Stability We all breakdown but how do you handle it? Managing yourself in a high pressure environment Managing your stress levels while mediating the stress levels of your managers and their clients Letting your manager know Developing personal resiliency How to cope: mechanisms» Presented by Elizabeth Blackwood MAPS, Clinical Psychologist, Growth Psychology; Lecturer in Psychology, University of Queensland SPECIAL PRICE FOR LEGAL SUPPORT STAFF - ONLY $50! After only six months since the end of the transition period there are practical problems encountered when dealing with the PPSA plus a Review process. Ensure you fully understand the compliance and enforcement of the PPSA plus the possible outcomes of the Review.» Chair: Richard Hughes, Partner, Deloitte PPSR: The What, How and When What has to be registered and when How to register your interests - Classifying of PPSR categories and the conundrum with the hundreds of obscure listings: What to look for - Against what collateral do you register? - Trust ABN as opposed to the corporate trustee ACN - Which registrations are the most beneficial for your client? Who has priority? Issues that are arising and practical solutions» Presented by Craig Wappett, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery Personal Properties Review Process and The Current Climate: What s Happening? Recent case law in Australia Recent case law abroad Issues that have arisen but haven t made their way to court judgment and how to deal with such issues Personal Properties Review Process - Key new developments and changes to the law - Plans for the future» Presented by Peter Mills, Special Counsel, Thomson Geer Practical Implications of PPSA on Your Practice How it applies to practice, including difficulties and effects on industries Examples of competing priorities: Who wins and why? Priority between security interests and declared statutory interests Legal consequences of not registering - The concept of vesting s 267 PSA and s 588FL CA What insolvency practitioners are encountering Practical issues and consequences» Presented Paul McQuade, Barrister, Queensland Bar and Nicholas Carter, Account Director, Restructuring Service, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Good as ever Highly relevant topics thank you Best PPSA seminar I have been to ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW

8 CODE HEADING HEADING Day, 00 June pm to 0.00pm $05 FRANCHISE LAW: COMPLIANCE, ENFORCEMENT AND DISPUTES UNDER THE CODE 19Q06 Wednesday, 10 September am to 1.15pm $05 Join Brisbane s most respected practitioners for an essential discussion on the future of franchising and what has come to light as the industry prepares itself for the release of the amended Franchising Code of Conduct. By September there will be substantial new developments to cover: reviewing the major changes in the new Code, changes in practice and procedure and what you need to do to remain compliant. Chair: Tony Conaghan, Partner, Thomson Geer Changes to the Franchising Code of Conduct Process and timetable for implementation of the reforms Review of the major changes in the new code that relate to: - Master franchisor disclosure - Obligation to act in good faith - Restraints of trade and non renewal - Significant capital expenditure - Transfers, breaches and termination Marketing funds, jurisdiction and recovery of costs of disputes New Risk Statement New form of Disclosure Document Civil pecuniary penalties and infringement notice regime Changes in practice and procedure for marketing funds, transfers, grants, renewals, breaches and terminations and consents to non disclosure» Presented by Derek Sutherland, Special Counsel, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers Preparing and Updating Disclosure Documents and Franchise Agreements that Comply with the Amended Code Drafting of clauses Restraint of trade clauses Creating an entirely new disclosure document after 1 January 2015» Presented by Peter McLaughlin, Director, Redchip Lawyers Online Impacts on the Franchisor-Franchisee Model IP issues: protecting a franchise business from IP infringements, restraints of trade and confidential information Brand management and the franchisor-franchisee model: who controls what? Case studies for thought» Presented by Elizabeth Gore-Jones, Principal, The Franchise & Business Lawyers The Westin Bund Centre Shanghai September 201 BOOKING FAST! For more information contact Denise Tanner on (02) or Dealing with Franchise Disputes Dispute resolution under the Franchising Code of Conduct Making franchise dispute mediation work Representing your client in a franchise dispute Observations from a Mediator on factors likely to facilitate a resolution at mediation» Presented by Alicia Hill, Principal, McInnes Wilson Lawyers, Accredited Specialist Commercial Litigation ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW

9 19Q05 BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND SCHOOL LAW CONFERENCE 201 Wednesday, 10 September am to 5.15pm $710 Our popular School Law seminar is back with a brand new format to day split between latest developments in legal issues relating to school parents in the afternoon, this is a must attend event for those in the Session 1: Legal Issues Relating to Staff $05 Wednesday, 10 September am to 1.15pm 19Q05A provide the most comprehensive coverage of topics to date. With the staff in the morning, followed by legal issues relating to students and education sector seeking essential legal guidance. Session 2: Legal Issues Relating to Students and Carers $05 Wednesday, 10 September pm to 5.15pm 19Q05B» Chair: Brett Wilson, Partner, Adams Wilson Lawyers How to Conduct a Valid Workplace Investigation Understanding why getting an investigation right is important: implications for Stop Bullying Orders and WHS Prosecutions Outlining best practice for investigations, complaints and grievance handling internally Exploring admissible sources of evidence - secret workplace recordings - are they lawful? How can they be used?» Presented by Tracey Jessie, Partner, Mullins Lawyers Managing Underperforming Teachers What is underperformance? Procedures for managing teacher performance: Where do you stand legally? Are there any legal obligations for teachers to meet their professional standards? Understanding all the risks if you get it wrong How to set standards of performance and expectations» Presented by Andrew Ross, Senior Lawyer, Spark Helmore Lawyers; former Assistant Crown Solicitor, Crown Law Teacher Conduct and Competency Notifications under the Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005 Notification requirements - including an overview of investigation and evidentiary requirements from the regulator s perspective Dismissal of teachers for incompetence: the discipline regime and the relationship with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers Audit and compliance» Presented by Drew Braban, Executive Manager Legal and Professional Conduct, Queensland College of Teachers Prevention and Management of Stress Related WorkCover Claims What causes psychological injury? Examining work content and work context Knowing the warning signs of psychological injury Steps to prevention of psychological injury (The Primary Response) What can be done to reduce the consequences of workplace stress? (The Secondary Response) Reasonable management action when managing workers affected by developing conditions (The Tertiary Response)» Presented by Ross McSwan, Barrister, Queensland Bar Q & A» Chair: Brett Wilson, Partner, Adams Wilson Lawyers Current Issues Facing School Principals Taking photos of students on school grounds Legal liabilities regarding peripheral staff (coaches, volunteers etc) Managing disability in schools» Panelists: Tracey Jessie, Partner, Mullins Lawyers Alistair McPherson, Partner, Corney & Lind Adair Donaldson, Partner, Shine Lawyers Duty of Care: Obligations and Policies Developing effective policies for duty of care is vital to protect schools from potential litigation; poorly written or managed policies can be used as a sword by claimants. This session will cover: Bullying: schools liability Social media: Where does the liability end for the schools? Sexual harassment No or inadequate policies: what to include in your policies No or inadequate training for policies: the legal liabilities this creates» Presented by Adair Donaldson, Partner, Shine Lawyers Family Law and Court Orders: Answers to Essential School Questions What do I do if a parent asks me to sign an affidavit? Equal shared parental responsibility vs sole parental responsibility: What's the difference? How much information can I give to a parent if: - There is an order for equal shared parental responsibility? - There is an order for sole parental responsibility? - There are no orders? Can I ask for a copy of the orders? What do I do if a parent attends at the school in breach of orders? What do I do if a parent attends at the school in breach of a Violence Restraining Order? What do I do if: - I receive a subpoena to give evidence? - I receive a subpoena to produce documents?» Presented by Alistair McPherson, Partner and Fiona Manderson, Senior Associate, Corney & Lind Students Misuse of Technology to Intimidate or Harass Students, Teachers or the School Technology and online misconduct Misuse of technology by students and parents: practical steps to avoid it occurring Understanding the obligations of a school for online activity and out of hours conduct When the school should get involved: School responsibilities Legal obligations: relevant legislation» Presented by Tim Longwill, Partner, McCullough Robertson ATTEND AND EARN 7 IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW 7

10 CODE HEADING HEADING Day, 00 June pm to 0.00pm $05 19Q07 COMPULSORY CORE AREAS IN JUST HOURS Wednesday, 10 September pm to 5.15pm $05 NELA NATIONAL CONFERENCE Addressing the priorities for Environmental and Climate Change Law 21 NOVEMBER 201 INTERCONTINENTAL SYDNEY This November NELA in conjunction with Legalwise Seminars aims to bring together in just one day the largest gathering of experts to address and discuss the priorities for Environmental and Climate Change Law. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER Call Jane Wily on or Are you time starved? Then register today to gain your three compulsory core areas in just one afternoon. Alternatively you could leave it until 1st of March.» Chair: Robert Aitken, Partner, Aitken Wilson Professional Skills Professionalism and Emotional Intelligence (EI) EI explained How it assists in processing information Perceiving and understanding emotions Expressing, reasoning and managing emotions for oneself and with others A leadership tool Developing EI to improve individual and organisational performance» Presented by Ian Dhu, Legal Talent Director, Focus Legal Recruitment & HR Consulting Practice Management and Business Skills Social Media & Online Marketing for Lawyers Enhancing, not replacing, your traditional approach to attracting new clients Avoid the hype and develop an online strategy that suits your firm How to choose the right options for your firm Sample practice area specific online marketing strategies» Presented by John Gray, Principal, John Gray Marketing Practical Legal Ethics Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Ethical Issues Arising in Law Firm Dissolutions and Lawyers/ Partners Leave Examination of the thorny issues that arise when lawyers and law firms break up ; when partners leave their firms, and when law firms dissolve Ethical limitations that govern what lawyers can and cannot do when they leave a firm, including notifications to clients and others, grabbing clients and matters, retrieving work product, and handling client files A consideration of the complex ethical issues that arise when law firms dissolve, including the impact of law firm bankruptcies and the implications on a lawyer s ability to meet their duties to their clients» Presented by Tony Crilly, Managing Director, Crilly Lawyers SAVE $100 OFF THIS SEMINAR! Register and pay for this seminar and another half day seminar in one transaction for a total price of $710. ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 1 POINT IN PRACTICAL ETHICS 1 POINT IN PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS 1 POINT IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

11 19Q08 COMMERCIAL LITIGATION: DELIVERING EXCELLENT RESULTS Thursday, 11 September am to 1.15pm $05 19Q09 BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION UPDATE Thursday, 11 September am to 1.15pm $05 Explore vital issues that are crucial to conducting litigation and resolving disputes. Gain practical advice on some of the essential steps you must take in the course of litigation.» Chair: Martin Byres, Special Counsel, Corrs Chambers Westgarth Tax Implications of Judgments and Settlements in Commercial Litigation Directions from recent cases and ATO rulings CGT rules and their effect on judgments and settlements GST consequences of court orders and out-of-court settlements Considering the nature of claims when drafting pleadings and settling litigation» Presented by Howard Alexander, Queensland Bar Maximising Counsel s Involvement in Your Client s Case Engaging the right counsel What s in the brief? Solicitor s duties when briefing Making the most effective use of counsel s time, experience and skills» Presented by Douglas Murphy QC, Queensland Bar Discovery, the Use of Documents Mistakenly Received or Disclosed in Collateral Proceedings You saw what?: mistaken disclosure of privileged documents: Expense Reduction Analysts Group Pty Ltd v Armstrong Strategic Management and Marketing Pty Limited [201] HCA 6 Ethical rules and remedies Respecting the rights of third persons Use of material discovered in a collateral proceeding: Home Office v Harman and Australian experience» Presented by Andrew Lyons, Barrister, Queensland Bar Obtaining the Best Outcome for Your Client from a Mediation Ascertaining the best and worst settlement and preparing for both Making the necessary calculations Preparing your client to have the flexibility to move positions should you learn something new at the mediation How to achieve the best case outcome» Presented by Ross Stenson, Barrister, Queensland Bar Settling Litigation Pre-settlement obligations: Professional Conduct Rules Civil Dispute Resolution Act (Cth) 2010; understanding the obligations Without Prejudice correspondence Settlement agreements Disposing of proceedings» Presented by Nola Pearce, Special Counsel, and Brett Heath, Special Counsel, Carter Newell ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS 1 POINT IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW Significant changes to the Building and Construction Industry of Payments Act 200 will come into force in September. By attending this seminar you will ensure you are fully conversant with the changes and their application while getting on top of the other crucial issues that are uppermost in the minds of lawyers, contract managers and other building industry professionals who need to stay abreast of legal developments» Chair: Michael Chesterman, Adjudication Registrar and Executive Manager Contractual Development, Queensland Building Services Authority Changes to Building and Construction Industry of Payments Act 200 (BCIPA) The appointment of adjudicators: is forum shopping over? Time frames: do the new provisions favour the respondent? Ambush claims: are they a thing of the past in Queensland? What the changes mean for your clients The new amendments in Queensland; changes in NSW How to protect against vexatious EOT & delay claims» Presented by Stephen Pyman, Partner, Holding Redlich A Critique of ADR Processes from the Coalface There are many resolution options to choose from when a dispute arises in a construction context; expert determination, adjudications, mediation and arbitration/ insolvency. This presentation will critique and analyse: Selection of method of dispute resolution Features to note Traps that lay in wait Anticipating and dealing with problems including delay and cost blowout» Presented by Lloyd Nash, Legal Counsel, Northbuild Construction Hot Issues in Building and Construction The resurrection of the ABCC Obligations under the new Federal and State Building Codes PPSA NABERS/ Greenstar and energy ratings» Presented by Gareth Rogers, Senior Associate, Holding Redlich Recent Decisions on Consequential Loss and Limits on Liability Distinction between an exclusion clause and a limit of liability Recent decisions on consequential loss: what does it mean and how can it be excluded? Liquidated damages: How do they apply and are they a sole remedy? Other means of limiting or excluding loss in contracts» Presented by Mark Kenney, Special Counsel, Carter Newell Informative, entertaining and relevant ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW 1 POINT IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

12 19Q10 CRIMINAL LAW: YOUR 201 PRACTICE UPDATE Thursday, 11 September pm to 5.15pm $05 19Q11 PRACTICAL STATUTORY INTERPRETATION UPDATE AND WORKSHOP Thursday, 11 September pm to 5.15pm $05 With significant legislative changes in the Queensland criminal law arena, including amendments to the VLAD and Bail Acts, it is vital to stay up to date. Brisbane s top criminal law experts will give you the information you need plus practical advice on sentencing in Commonwealth matters and negotiating the Magistrate s Court.» Chair: Magistrate Anne Thacker, Brisbane Magistrates Court Sentencing in Commonwealth Criminal Matters Factors the Court must or may take into account in passing sentence Specific principles in relation to commonly prosecuted offences What are the available sentencing options and how they apply in complex situations?» Presented by Elizabeth Wilson QC and Jason Voight, Barrister, Queensland Bar Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 201 and the Bail Act Update Current law Bail Act implications and procedures Recent Supreme Court decisions Criminal Organisation Segregation Orders Effects of segregation on sentences of imprisonment Mandatory sentences on contempt of Queensland Crime and Corruption Commission (QCCC)» Presented by Neil Lawler, Managing Partner, Bell Miller Solicitors Negotiating the Magistrate s Court in Drug, Assault and DVO Matters How to deal with a drug matter in the Magistrate s Court Which election to proceed with in relation to assault and negotiating a basis for the plea Practical tips on DVO matters in the Magistrate s Court» Presented by Nick Dore, Partner, Fisher Dore Lawyers After a summary of recent developments, this session will be a true workshop. You will be involved in discussion and be engaged in practical interpretative work and ultimately will learn how to devise a legislative provision. You will understand not only how legislation is interpreted, but how parliamentary counsel in various jurisdictions goes about the task of drafting legislation in accordance with legislative standards. Recent Developments in Statutory Interpretation and the Legislative Drafter s Perspective Update on significant cases since Project Blue Sky Recent changes to Queensland s Acts Interpretation Act The legislative drafter s approach to statutory interpretation» Presented by Theresa Johnson, Queensland Parliamentary Counsel, Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel Statutory Interpretation Provisions and Principles Principles of statutory interpretation State versus federal Interpreting statutes without judicial guidance Interpreting delegated legislation Advising in different jurisdictions» Presented by Jonathan Fulcher, Partner, HopgoodGanim Statutory Interpretation: Practical Problem Solving Workshop A practical exercise in working through a statutory problem, with opportunity for discussion and commentary focusing on: Common words and phrases used in statutes and how they are interpreted Common pitfalls of statutory interpretation How the High Court works through a statutory interpretation problem How do the Courts decide whether the ordinary natural meaning of the words is clear enough for there to be no ambiguity? Working through the High Court s reasoning in key cases and coming up with alternative outcomes: what has influenced the interpretation given by the Court?» Presented by Jonathan Fulcher, Partner, HopgoodGanim Very informative and engaging presenters Highly relevant ATTEND AND EARN IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW ATTEND AND EARN INCLUDING: 1.5 IN SUBSTANTIVE LAW 1.5 IN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

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