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1 PROGRAM MARCH 2015 PERTH APPROVED QA PROVIDER WITH THE LEGAL PRACTICE BOARD OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA CELEBRATING 12 YEARS AS AUSTRALIA S #1 LEGAL PROVIDER MORE OPTIONS More face-to-face seminars, live web seminars and on-demand recordings than any other provider with programs in every state and territory and New Zealand THE BEST SEMINARS It was without a doubt the most interesting training day I have ever attended. Ever. Excellent. Best seminar I ve been to. INCREDIBLE VALUE Membership Special Offer! Gain 10 Points, 10 Past Seminar Papers and Much More for only $85. See inside for details BECOME COMPLIANT BY 1 MARCH DEADLINE!

2 CONTENTS YOUR REQUIREMENTS AS A LEGAL PRACTITIONER The legal profession rules require that all practitioners who hold a current practising certificate must, during each year (1 April to 1 March) complete mandatory continuing professional development by completing a course of education which satisfies the following requirements: The course must be relevant to a practitioner s immediate or long term needs in relation to the practitioner s professional development and to the practice of law The course must have an aggregate value of ten (10) points The course must cover the following competency areas: - Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and - Competency Area 2: Ethics/ - Competency Area : The number of points you must earn across competency areas 1 and 2 is dependent on the length of time you have been practising: - Less than five years practising (as at the commencement of period) - Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and - Minimum points - Competency Area 2: Ethics/ - Minimum points - At least five years practising (as at the commencement of period) - Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and - Minimum points - Competency Area 2: Ethics/ - Minimum 2 points A practitioner s engagement in a course of continuing professional development will entitle the practitioner to one (1) unit for each hour of participation in the course The maximum claimable points in any one day is Points. This is in accordance with the policy published by the Legal Board of Western Australia Please contact the Legal Board for full details of your requirements. HOW CAN WE HELP? MORE OPTIONS Legalwise Seminars has more face-to-face seminars, live web seminars and on-demand recordings than any other provider with programs in every state and territory & New Zealand - Choose from over 5 individually bookable half-day seminars and full-day conferences in Western Australia alone this March and over 200 Australia wide. THE BEST SEMINARS Excellent. Best seminar I ve been to. The most useful seminar I have ever been to by far. It was without a doubt the most interesting training day I have ever attended. Ever. VALUE If you have not gained any points and want to save money why not sign up to our 10 Point Special Offer and you can choose any half-day seminars to attend for a total price of $85. In addition we will give you 10 free past papers from our library of past seminars. (See page 25 for more information). TRACK YOUR In addition we want to help you track and manage your points. Please contact us and we can provide you with a summary of your points gained from activity with Legalwise Seminars since 1 April 201. For a statement of your points earned with Legalwise Seminars, please us on or call us on (02) COMPETENCY AREAS 1 AND 2 Legal Skills and Ethics for All Lawyers ( March) PAGE 5 Legal Skills and Ethics for All Lawyers (10 March) 8 Legal Skills and Ethics for Workplace Lawyers 11 Legal Skills and Ethics for Family Lawyers 16 Legal Skills and Ethics for Property Lawyers 1 Legal Skills and Ethics for Criminal Lawyers 18 Legal Skills and Ethics for Litigators 19 Legal Skills and Ethics for In-House Counsel 20 Costs and Billing: Legal Skills and Ethics 22 Ethics: Competency Area 2 22 Legal Skills and Ethics for All Lawyers (1 March) 2 ADMINISTRATIVE AND GOVERNMENT LAW Government Lawyers Conference Current Legal Issues for Government Government Contracts Today Decision Making: Principles and Good 12 BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION Deconstructing Construction Law 10 CONTRACT LAW th Annual Contracts Conference 21 Contracts Master Class: Crafting Documents to Deliver Business Outcomes and Minimise Risk 21 Contracts in 21 CORPORATE/ COMMERCIAL LAW Director s Duties: Defences, Obligations, Removal and Breach 5 Intellectual Property in 8 Commercial Law Conference: The Critical Issues 1 Bankruptcy and Insolvency: Staying Updated and Getting the Details Right 2 Shareholder Agreements: Drafting and Disputes Workshop 2 CRIMINAL LAW Criminal Law Symposium 18 Legal Skills and Ethics for Criminal Lawyers 18 Current Issues in Criminal Law 18 ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING Current Issues in Environment Law 9 Compulsory Land Acquisition and Compensation in WA 9 FAMILY LAW Family Law Conference 16 Legal Skills and Ethics for Family Lawyers 16 Practising Family Law in IN-HOUSE COUNSEL 5th Annual In-House Counsel Conference 20 Legal Skills and Ethics for In-House Counsel 20 Current Issues for In-House Counsel 20 IP AND PRIVACY PAGE Intellectual Property in 8 LITIGATION Evidence and Advocacy Masterclass 1 Litigation Skills: An Evidence Masterclass 1 Advocacy Mastery 1 Advanced Litigation Conference 19 Legal Skills and Ethics for Litigators 19 Advanced Litigation Update 19 MISCELLANEOUS Costs and Billing: Legal Skills & Ethics 22 PERSONAL INJURY Personal Injury Conference 6 Current Concerns for the Personal Injury Lawyer 6 Workers Compensation Reforms and 6 PROPERTY Property Law Conference Legal Skills and Ethics for Property Lawyers 1 Essential Property Law Updates 1 RESOURCES Resources Law Conference 15 Contracts, Disputes and Insolvency in Resources 15 Legal Issues and Updates 15 WILLS AND ESTATES Wills and Estates Conference Estate Litigation Estate Planning and Complexities When Drafting Wills WORKPLACE LAW Workplace Law Symposium 11 Legal Skills and Ethics for Workplace Lawyers 11 Current Issues for Workplace Lawyers 11 Workplace Health and Safety: Looking Ahead in WA 2 OTHER Compliance in Cambodia 10 International Family Law Conference in Queenstown, New Zealand 12 On demand Seminars 26, 2 PLUS, REGISTERING FROM LEGAL AID OR A CLC? All registrations booked and paid for by Legal Aid or Community Legal Centres are entitled to 50% off the standard Registration Fee for all half day seminars and full day conferences. To register, call (02) FOR FULL TERMS AND CONDITIONS please visit Live Web Seminars: Please note our live web seminars will only proceed if we gain enough interest, therefore please could you indicate on this form which format you wish to attend (face-to-face or web seminar). Cancellations: If you are unable to attend a substitute delegate is always welcome at no extra charge. Please notify our office with their details. Alternatively, a transfer to a future event or credit for future use is available at no extra charge provided notice is given, in writing at least 2 hours before the event. A cancellation fee of $50 will apply for all events when a refund is requested less than full working days prior to the date of the event. 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3 Attend the full day and earn points in Competency Area : Attend and earn points including: 2 Points in Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and 2 Points in Responsibility Attend and earn points in Competency Area : 15W01 15W02 15W0 WILLS AND ESTATES CONFERENCE LEGAL SKILLS AND ETHICS FOR ALL LAWYERS ( MARCH) DIRECTOR S DUTIES: DEFENCES, OBLIGATIONS, REMOVAL AND BREACH WEDNESDAY, MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 WEDNESDAY, MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 WEDNESDAY, MARCH PM TO 5.15PM $60 Attend our annual Wills and Estates conference and gain an in-depth understanding of practical issues in family provisions, child and parent relationship and an analysis of the proper provision in large estates, to keep up to date with key developments altering the legal landscape that all estate practitioners should know. Learn about how can you adapt your client s estate planning strategy for their changed circumstances in blended families and avoid the pitfalls. Session One: Estate Litigation $60 15W01A Chair: Stephanie Smith, Solicitor, WA State Manager Estate Planning, National Australia Trustees Limited Practical Issues in Family Provision Litigation Claims involving small estates, including costs considerations Formulating the claim for further provision Need and large estates Presented by Dr Peter MacMillan, Barrister, Francis Burt Proper Provision in Large Estates: Darveniza v Darveniza & Drakos as Executors of the Estate of Bojan Darveniza and Ors Examination of adequate provision as compared to proper provision in a large estate Is the jurisdictional test any different for large estates in a family provision application? How many applications actually succeed if they go to trial? Can eligible persons who are financially comfortable still succeed Presented by Sally Bruce, Special Counsel, Jackson McDonald Parent and Child Relationships Recognised in Estates Claims The many types of child Proving admission during the lifetime of the deceased The role of DNA Case studies Presented by Elise Croft, Partner, Kott Gunning Lawyers Solicitors Negligence: Protecting Yourself Protecting yourself against negligence claims Recent case examples Presented by Martin Cuerden, Barrister, Francis Burt Session Two: Estate Planning and Complexities When Drafting Wills Chair: David Fleming, Director, HFM Legal $60 15W01B Dealing with the Emerging Issue of Digital Assets in Estate Planning Who owns rights to and transference of digital assets such as itunes, book, Gmail, Youtube, Twitter and Linkedin? Complexities with foreign jurisdictions controlling some assets Recommendations as to how to deal with digital assets in wills and other ways Lessons from the UK and USA on digital asset disputes Presented by Morgan Solomon, Director, Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Estate Planning for Blended Families Potential for challenges The options to set up family trusts that stay out of the will Business succession planning and keeping it out of the will What to do with super nominations in these situations and how they can help How binding financial agreements and superannuation splitting agreements affect the will Ways to protect assets in blended situations, and creative solutions to solve complex problems Presented by Warren Black, Director, Eternal Lawyers Tax and Superannuation in Wills and Administration Consideration of the succession issues in superannuation, particularly in light of recent cases Superannuation tax issues and the interaction with the drafting of wills How will drafting impact superannuation Superannuation in the overall estate planning context Presented by Jemma Sanderson, Director, Cooper Partners Earn your compulsory points while building your understanding of a variety of areas. Refine your written and spoken communication skills, refresh your understanding of ethical obligations with your clients and make sure you are negotiating ethically. Chair: Steven Penglis, Barrister, Western Australian Bar Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and 9.00am to 11.00am $255 15W02A Plain English: Tips from Top The Ten Commandments of plain English writing Have we gone over the top? When to ignore those ten commandments Controversial plain English: graphics, mind maps in legal writing Step-by-step guide to drafting perfect plain English documents Presented by Clive Luck, Partner, Clayton Utz Effective Communication with Future and Current Clients Differentiating your firm in pitches to retain and gain clients Impactful communication at client conferences Typical shortcomings with client communications and strategies to avoid them Presented by Nick Sutton, Director, The Firefox Group Responsibility $255 15W02B Your Client and You: Ethics in Recognising the different types of conflicts and how they can arise Responding to an allegation of conflict The risks to consider when deciding whether to continue to act Confidentiality: observing the absolute duty in the age of social media Minimising the risk of a complaint: tips for dealing with an unhappy client Responding to a complaint from a client or the Legal Services Commissioner Presented by Anne Durack, Barrister, Francis Burt Ethics in Negotiation Principled negotiation and positional bargaining What does win-win really mean? Dealing with an unskilled negotiator Developing your own ethical standards as a negotiator: some practical tips Presented by Su Lloyd, Principal Legal Officer, Office of the Information Commissioner This half-day seminar provides an important opportunity for corporate lawyers and Directors to better understand the current laws of defences, obligations, removal and breach. Perth s experts will present on today s top issues ensuring you re up-to-date on this constantly changing area of Director s Duties. Chair: Michael Sims, Partner, Chew + Matthews Existing and Emerging Defences Available to Directors for Breaches of the Corporations Act Business judgment rule The sections 11S and 118 exculpatory defences The AICD s report on the honest and reasonable director defence Presented by Mark van Brakel, Partner, Allen & Overy; Australia s Best Lawyers in Litigation Analysing Financial Records: Testing for Insolvency Relevance How a liquidator determines insolvency Risk mitigation and defences Case examples Presented by Mark Englebert, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting Appointment and Removal of Directors How directors can get themselves on and off boards What should you have in a constitution? Reshaping constitutions Eligibility, timing, opportunity Corporations Act and general law: relevant provisions in Chapter 2 Presented by Peter Jooste QC, Rose Innes ; inaugural member of the Takeovers Panel; Member, Corporations Committee of the Law Council of Australia Good real life experiences and cases from speakers. Excellent as always. ATTEND THIS COMPREHENSIVE ONE-DAY CONFERENCE OR BOOK INTO THE MORNING OR AFTERNOON SESSION ONLY! SAVE $110 OFF THIS HALF-DAY SEMINAR Register and pay for this seminar and another half-day seminar in the one transaction for a total price of $810 05

4 Attend the full day and earn points including: 1 point in Competency Area 2: Ethics or 6 points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points including: 1 point in Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and 1 point in Competency Area 2: Ethics or 5 points in Competency Area : 15W05 2ND ANNUAL PERSONAL INJURY CONFERENCE 15W06 GOVERNMENT LAWYERS CONFERENCE THURSDAY, 5 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 THURSDAY, 5 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 Ensure you keep abreast of developments in the area of personal injury/insurance law by attending this conference. Starting with a morning of topical presentations including John Fiocco s ever popular Year in Review and an hour of ethics with Tony Power, it concludes with a workers compensation law intensive in the afternoon. Session One: Current Concerns for the Personal Injury Lawyer Chair: David Clyne, Barrister, Francis Burt $60 15W05A Year in Review A review of recent decisions of importance to personal injury lawyers from WA and other jurisdictions including decisions relating to Civil Liability Act 2002 Motor vehicle accident compensation Occupier s liability Medical negligence claims Presented by John Fiocco, Special Counsel, Slater & Gordon Obvious Risks and Dangerous Recreational Activities Trends in the use of an obvious risk defence Denials of liability and the failure of personal responsibility Threshold issues of obviousness, danger and foreseeability in recent decisions Presented by Dr Andrew Lu OAM, Special Counsel, Jarman McKenna Civil Claims for Institutional Abuse Examination of claims against institutions arising from physical, sexual, or emotional abuse of children by employees, volunteers or other adults on the premises Common challenges in historical abuse claims including indemnity issues, limitation defences, evidentiary issues and reserving challenges Effective interview of abuse victims An update on the Royal Commision and its findings thus far Presented by Gayann Walker, Lawyer, Dwyer Durack Recent Developments in Medical Negligence This presentation will review and discuss recent decisions in medical negligence and comment on the practical implications of these decisions. One decision that will be discussed in depth is the recent High Court decision in Hunter & New England Local Health District v McKenna & Simon [201] HCA. Presented by Enore Panetta, Director, Panetta McGrath Ethics & Ethics and the Personal Injury Lawyer Ethics is a hot button issue. Don t be one of those lawyers who fall into an ethical trap. Tony Power will review the leading cases and help you avoid the gotchas and glitches that arise in the world of personal injury litigation. Presented by Tony Power, Barrister, Francis Burt Session Two: Workers Compensation Reforms and $60 15W05B Chair: David Clyne, Barrister, Francis Burt Recent Developments in Worker and Injury The primary and extended definitions of worker The significant cases and the recent ones Developments in the definition of injury In the course of employment? - Comcare v PVYW and beyond Presented by John-Paul Wilson, Director, WH Legal Section 60 and Section 61 Applications A brief history of s60 and s61 A refresher on the cornerstone cases Burdens of proof and the s60/s61 arbitration The last 12 months of s60 and s61 cases Presented by Asanka Gunasekera, Principal, Personal Injury Law Services Completing the WA Workers Compensation Puzzle in 2015 The Changing Jigsaw Puzzle : Looking at real case histories, how they are run now and how this may change with the new legislation including the emerging impact of the Fair Work Act The Big Picture : What will the future hold for those in the workers compensation arena? Presented by Martin Dobson, Partner, SRB Legal ATTEND THIS COMPREHENSIVE ONE-DAY CONFERENCE OR BOOK INTO THE MORNING OR AFTERNOON SESSION ONLY! Attend this full day conference specifically tailored for Government Lawyers to discuss topical and current issues facing Government lawyers in their practice today. In the morning session, learn the impact of Lee v R on investigations and powers of gathering; participate on a practical Statutory Interpretation workshop; consider the liability of government and its officers in public office and review the ethics of the model litigant policy. While in the afternoon, our speakers will discuss some important issues and common problems for government lawyers in contracting. Session One: Current Legal Issues for Government $60 15W06A Chair: Neil Douglas, McLeods Barrister and Solicitors, Acting Commissioner, Corruption and Crime Commission Investigations and Powers of Gathering Post Lee v R The impact of the decision of the High Court in Lee v R on: Government departments that have the power to conduct a compulsory examination Derivative powers of gathering Difficulties arising where a department has the power to both conduct such an examination and to prosecute, where the subject matter of such prosecution has been covered in the examination Presented by Alan Troy, Barrister, Francis Burt Legal Skills and Statutory Interpretation Workshop: Cases and Recent Developments Taking a case method approach; this workshop will examine the approach taken by courts to statutory construction, in particular context, legislative purpose, application of the Acts Interpretation Amendment Act 2012 (Cth) and the use of extrinsic materials. In order to benefit from the workshop participants will need to have read the cases citations of which will be provided in advance. Presented by Dr John Cameron, Barrister, Francis Burt Liability of Government and its Officers Personal liability of public sector directors and senior government officers Underlying notions of public trust and fiduciary obligations Exclusions from prosecution: Civil Liability Act Standard of conduct required Presented by Dirk Feinauer, Principal, Feinauer Commercial Lawyers Ethics or Fair Play: The Obligation of Government to Act as a Model Litigant It is well known that government entities are required to act as model litigants. What is less well understood is the scope of that obligation, both as to its requirements and its limits. This presentation will cover the model litigant obligations at common law and under the Legal Services Directions 2005 (Cth) as well as the consequences which may follow the failure of a government agency to comply with those obligations. Presented by Fiona Vernon, Barrister, Francis Burt Session Two: Government Contracts Today $60 15W06B Chair: Nicholas Egan, Deputy State Solicitor, State Solicitor s Office Avoiding Procurement Risks Through Solid Pre- Contractual Process Designing an effective and robust procurement process Different procurement models Using and tailoring template contracts Key clauses and issues relating to procurement risk Privately funded and private/public funded projects: issues in both models Presented by Laurie James, Partner, Kott Gunning Lawyers Liability in Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Common Issues of Liability in Modern Commercial Contracts and Negotiations A commercial approach to understanding, negotiating and enforcing liability clauses, including: How do liability clauses work together? Practical application of indemnities Role of insurance in negotiating your contract and managing your liability Presented by Melanie Cave, Partner and Dan Dragovic, Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills Performance Based Contracting: Commercial Considerations How the penalty doctrine operates Liquidated damages: practical tips KPI Performance Contracts: What are the key commercial considerations for Government contracts? Practical examples of long term Government performance based contracts Presented by Will Coulthard, Partner, Ashurst 0

5 Attend and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or Attend and earn points in Competency Area : Attend and earn points in Compentency Area : Attend and earn points in Compentency Area : 15W0 15W09 15W08 15W10 LEGAL SKILLS AND ETHICS FOR ALL LAWYERS (10 MARCH) INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN PRACTICE CURRENT ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW COMPULSORY LAND ACQUISITION AND COMPENSATION IN WA TUESDAY, 10 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 TUESDAY, 10 MARCH PM TO 5.15PM $60 TUESDAY, 10 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 TUESDAY, 10 MARCH PM TO 5.15PM $60 Gain your required points and take tips to lead a thriving practice away with you. Ensure you fully understand personal wealth management, make sure your practice is complying with its WHS requirements, build strategies to foster an ethical and fair practice and learn how to deal with a client of questionable capacity or integrity. Chair: Leigh Warnick, Barrister, Francis Burt Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $ am to 11.00am 15W0A Personal Wealth Management (SMSF for Lawyers) Tax effective superannuation strategies Self-managed superannuation funds The Rules: contributions, real property, borrowing, related party transactions and fund administration Estate planning and asset protection what needs to be considered Presented by Greg Bentley, Director, Opulen Accounting and Superannuation Managing Health and Safety Obligations in Your Overview of categories of health and safety situations that can arise in your legal practice, including discrimination, bullying and mental illness Your legal and ethical responsibilities to dealing with instances of health and safety situations Practical framework to effectively dealing with health and safety situations Presented by Maria Saraceni, Barrister, Francis Burt Responsibility $255 15W0B Driving and Creating an Ethical Developing and driving an ethical culture Handling stressful situations ethically Focusing on the economic bottom line while still remembering your ethical duties Balancing the pressures of a leadership position with a personal code of conduct Presented by Jenni Hill, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Dealing with a Client of Questionable Capacity or Integrity When to further investigate a client s instructions Identifying signs of stress, dishonesty or diminished capacity At what point do you step away from following a client s instructions? Avoiding negligence claims Presented by Gregory McIntyre SC, Barrister, John Toohey Come and share an afternoon refining your licence agreement drafting skills, reviewing the options to protect your clients brands both on and offline, and understanding the latest trends in interlocutory injunctions in IP disputes. Chair: Nicholas Dillon, Barrister, Francis Burt Drafting Effective Licensing Agreements: From Creation of Agreements to Transfer of IP Preliminary due diligence that licensors should conduct A guide to preparing a client s technology licence Factors that the licensee will consider and how these factors will reflect in the drafting of the licence agreement Presented by Dr. David Cox, Partner, Jackson McDonald IP Dispute Insights with a Focus on Protection of Brands Both Off and Online Parallel imports Deceptive marks used as a domain name, trade mark and business name, including a review of processes available to deal with ownership/infringement conflicts concerning domain names such as the ICANN/WIPO process and the Uniform Rapid Suspension System (URS), Uniform Domain- Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the.au Dispute Resolution Policy (audrp) procedures Dealing with cybersquatting Presented by David Stewart, Director, Wrays Interlocutory Injunctions in IP Disputes Strategic considerations Legal principles and evidence required Recent cases and trends Presented by Guy Provan, Director, Watermark IP Lawyers Great calibre of speakers In these times of changing attitudes towards the environment, government policies and laws are constantly changing to meet public opinion. This helpful and informative seminar, given by notable experts in this area, will discuss some of the more current issues in Environment Law affecting those working in the environment and planning in WA. Chair: Carel van der Westhuizen, President of WA Division, Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand Offsets: Reconciling State and Commonwealth s Offset framework at State and Commonwealth level EPA Guidelines: reconciling State and Commonwealth practices and calculators How to administer an offset What is the future? Presented by Craig Wallace, Partner, Lavan Legal and Darren Walsh, Chief Executive Officer and Senior Principal, Strategen Environment Consultants EPA Assessment Process: Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act (1986) - from a Legal Standpoint What is EIA? The framework under Part IV of the EP Act - The scope of the assessment: What can and can t be assessed? - Amendments to proposals and conditions The ministerial authorisation process Implementation of proposals Presented by Glen McLeod, Principal, Glen McLeod Legal Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking) Pollution risks Liability issues Resource Management Regulations: proposed changes Managing the risk Presented by Brad Wylynko, Partner, Clayton Utz and Dr Phil Gorey, Environment Executive Director, Department of Mines and Petroleum Offshore Oil and Gas Industry New Compliance Measures The polluter pays principle and transfer of responsibility for compliance from operator to titleholder Financial assurance requirements prior to acceptance of an environment plan NOPSEMA s role in issuing directions, and environmental prohibition and improvement notices The introduction of alternative enforcement mechanisms including civil penalty provisions, daily penalties, and adverse publicity orders Presented by Charmian Barton, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia Compulsory acquisition of all or part of land is a common problem facing landholders, which they are often unable to prevent. Our well respected panel of speakers will examine the issues faced by practitioners, valuers and planners in this complex area. This seminar has been designed for property practitioners, land planners and valuers. Chair: Malcolm McCusker AO QC, Former Governor of Western Australia Land Compensation and Acquisition in WA: Interpretation Land Administration Act 199 and Planning and Development Act 2005 Taking of land by agreement or by compulsory acquisition Nature of the acquisition and assessment of value Assessing value and the impact of the taking Presented by Tim Houweling, Partner, Cornerstone Legal and Adjunct Professor of Law, Murdoch University Expert Evidence Used in Compulsory Acquisition This session will discuss what expert evidence is used in the assessment following compulsory acquisition and how the courts have recently approached the use of this evidence in these types of cases. Presented by Peter McGowan, Barrister, Francis Burt Proper Assessment of Value and Compensation Meaning of value and value for compensation : Is there a difference? Basic principles guiding the proper process of valuation Statutory basis to the valuation: event required to trigger a claim Knowing the different approaches required Causes of difference between valuers on the quantum of value Importance of fact-based analysis of market evidence and its use: limiting subjectivity Presented by Jenny LeFevre, Principal, J J LeFevre & Co NO TIME to attend our faceto-face events? Why not attend our popular live web seminars? SAVE $110 OFF THIS HALF-DAY SEMINAR Register and pay for this seminar and another half-day seminar in the one transaction for a total price of $810 09

6 Attend and earn points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : COMPLIANCE IN CAMBODIA SIEM REAP -10 OCTOBER 2015 For more information, please contact Jane Wily on (02) or on 15W12 DECONSTRUCTING CONSTRUCTION LAW WEDNESDAY, 11 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 The momentum of the construction industry is building bringing with it a range of complex matters. With an analysis of adjudication in the Construction Contracts Act, a practical session on managing processes, and a specialised session focusing on both front end contracting and back end matters, our expert panel scrutinises and breaks down the standout issues that leave even the most experienced of practitioners stumped. Chair: Katherine Vines, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons Front End Contracting Matters in Construction Recent developments, practical advice and examples for construction lawyers Drafting considerations: risk allocation and significant clauses Addressing specific legislation: Construction Contracts Act, PPSA, GST, Criminal Code Act (Cth) Contract administration, procedures guides Reviewing contracts, dealing with breaches and everyday issues encountered Common pitfalls when drafting construction contracts Case studies: practical matters that come into play that practitioners need to be aware of Presented by Stephen Boyle, Partner, Clayton Utz Managing Construction Contracts: Invoicing, Variations and Extensions of Time Overview, importance and application Helping contractors set up a process: practical tips Understanding the necessity and ensuring efficiency Presented by Adrienne Parker, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Adjudication in the Construction Contracts Act Legislative principles, considerations and implications Current powers of the adjudicator Enforcement options for determinations Need for judicial review? Case law Presented by James Healy, Barrister, Francis Burt Construction Disputes, Overruns, and Stressed Projects: The Big Picture How to avoid construction disputes: risk allocation and project planning Early warning signs for lawyers: is your project going bad and what to do about it Claims strategy: reactive v proactive EOT and cost claims: timing and leverage Effective resolution of construction disputes Presented by Beth Cubitt, Partner, Clyde & Co VIEW FROM THE BECNCH HEAR FROM THE FAIR WORK COMMISION 15W11 WORKPLACE LAW SYMPOSIUM WEDNESDAY, 11 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 Join your colleagues from around Western Australia at our first annual Workplace Law Symposium. This conference provides a wonderful opportunity for experienced workplace lawyers to exchange ideas on contemporary legal issues, in addition to obtaining the compulsory core areas in topics that are tailored to workplace law. Chair: Steve Heathcote, Director, APX Law Pty Ltd Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for Workplace Lawyers $60 15W11A Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $ am to 11.00am 15W11AA Advocacy Skills for Workplace Lawyers The qualities of an advocate Preparation of the case Elements of advocacy: opening the case, dealing with objections, examination-in-chief, cross-examination, re-examination and the closing address Presented by Judge Antoni Lucev, Federal Circuit Court of Australia Good Faith Bargaining: Intentions, Interests and Intransigence Presented by Danny Cloghan, Commissioner, Fair Work Commission Responsilbilty $255 15W11AB Responding to Bullying Allegations: Ethical Issues When to take an informal complaint of bullying seriously Ethical considerations in: - Appointing an investigator - Conducting an investigation - Determining the outcomes Potential pitfalls and practical tips Presented by Samantha Maddern, Executive Counsel, Herbert Smith Freehills Costs, Representation and Contempt: The Ethical Minefield of Employment Representation Orders that can be made against representatives Changes to the regime for ordering of costs in employment law matters Who is entitled to represent? Presented by Andrew Kennedy, Partner, K&L Gates Session Two: Current Issues for Workplace Lawyers $60 15W11B Privacy and Records Management in the Workplace: Has Technology Changed Employment Law or Just Caused It to Evolve? An employee s right to access their personal information under Freedom of Information laws and the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) Access to personal information under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the employee records exemption Public disclosure issues and the public interest test Records management: privacy and confidentiality issues Legitimate uses of workplace surveillance by employers Issues arising from the use of social media by employees Presented by Kathy Reid, Principal, Allion Legal Impact of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker Decision on Employment Law Rights The decision and significance for employers What this means for contract law principles and legislative provisions between the employer and employee Workplace policies and enforceability under the employment contract: dangers, tips and traps Presented by Mark Cox, Director, MDC Legal Recent Case Law Update: Richardson v Oracle and Shea v Tru Energy Richardson case study: - Impact on amount of general damages awarded - Implications for the broader discrimination field and workplace bullying and harassment Lessons to be learnt: - Procedure and policies: What are they? What must they be? - Cost of risks to employer Shea v Tru Energy 201 case study: - Impact on grievance and dispute procedures when an employee has been made wrongfully redundant Presented by Renae Harding, Special Counsel, Jackson McDonald Mental Health in the Workplace: Legal Issues What are the liability risks for employers? When is an employee obliged to disclose a mental health issue? Employer-directed medical assessments Performance management and termination of mentally ill workers Reasonable adjustments under disability discrimination law Presented by Mark Hemery, Partner, Hotchkin Hanly Lawyers ATTEND THIS COMPREHENSIVE ONE-DAY CONFERENCE OR BOOK INTO THE MORNING OR AFTERNOON SESSION ONLY! 11

7 Attend and earn points in Compentency Area : 15W1 DECISION MAKING: PRINCIPLES AND GOOD PRACTICE WEDNESDAY, 11 MARCH PM TO 5.15PM $60 Improve your determinations, decisions or judgments by reviewing principles and good practice of decision making. Take this opportunity to spend an afternoon learning better decision making practice from some very experienced members of the public service and WA Bar. Chair: Steven Penglis, Barrister, Western Australian Bar and Senior Member of Administrative Appeals Tribunal Decision Making in the Public Sector The role of the Commission in assisting decision making in the public sector and the associated policy and practices Principles and good practice in decision making An overview of the public sector accountability framework Presented by Mal Wauchope, Public Sector Commissioner, Public Sector Commission WA The Role of the Ombudsman in Good Decision Making The role of the Ombudsman in relation to good decision making and practices The principles of procedural fairness Presented by Chris Field, Ombudsman WA Where are Reviews Won and Lost? Common mistakes when arguing a case before a tribunal Practical strategies for helping the tribunal see your point of view An overview of recent merits review decisions Presented by Sven Bluemmel, Information Commissioner, Office of the Information Commissioner Disciplinary Assessments: How Best to Handle Them What procedures should be followed? - The preliminary phase - Principles to keep in mind - Assessment - Findings Judicial review of findings Presented by Robert Lindsay, Barrister, Sir Clifford Grant ; former Director of Legal Aid WA; former President of the Refugee Council of Western Australia HEAR FROM WA Ombudsman Information Commissioner Public Sector Commissioner Administrative Appeals Tribunal IMAGINE YOURSELF HERE! 5th Annual International Family Law Conference Queenstown, New Zealand 1 - September 2015 MARK YOUR DIARY (I) have come back to Melbourne and told everyone in (the) office and others what a brilliant conference it was The conference has been excellent Covered it all For more information, please contact Denise Tanner on (02) or on 15W1 EVIDENCE AND ADVOCACY MASTERCLASS Attend the full day and earn points in Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and THURSDAY, 12 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 The competition between litigators extends beyond the courtroom. In a fiercely competitive market it s essential to continually refine your skills and improve your practice. This seminar s panel of esteemed litigators will provide valuable insight into how you can immediately take your skills to the next level by covering a select range of key areas in evidence and advocacy that will bolster any litigator s practice. If your goal is to stay ahead of the pack, you can t miss this opportunity. Session One: Litigation Skills: An Evidence Masterclass $60 15W1A Chair: Alan Hershowitz, Barrister, Francis Burt Practical Guidance on Witnesses and Evidence Expert tips on preparing a lay witness and taking a statement Testing evidence without coaching Translating statements from hearsay to admissibility: the fine line between documenting and manipulating a statement Ensuring you don t become a witness Preserving confidentiality Presented by James Scovell, Barrister, Francis Burt Perfecting Expert Evidence in Litigation Finding and instructing an expert Ensuring a report s worth: admissibility and probative value Objections in relation to expert evidence Expert evidence and waiver of legal professional privilege Presented by Patricia Saraceni, Counsel, Clifford Chance Electronic Information in Legal Disputes and Investigations Collecting and preserving electronic evidence Using residual evidence from computer hard drives Procedures and strategies for and mobile device evidence Digital evidence and its use in the judicial process Case studies and practical examples Presented by Adam Stafford, Manager of Forensic Technology, BDO Evidence and Court Documents: Effective and Efficient Strategies Getting a document into evidence Taking affidavits and witness statements Content considerations Evidentiary, form and drafting issues Tendering and using evidence effectively Presented by Katja Levy, Barrister, Francis Burt Session Two: Advocacy Mastery $60 Chair: Clare Thompson, Barrister, Francis Burt 15W1B Mastering Advocacy and Refining Your Persuasive Skills Understanding the role of advocacy and persuasion The keys to effective preparation and presentation Win it on the papers: the importance of written submissions Building confidence and rapport with clients and the court Presented by Stuart Shepherd, Barrister, Francis Burt The Principles of Advocacy: Working with Barristers to Achieve Success Understanding a barrister s role as an advocate and the importance of the art of persuasion When to involve counsel and how to brief them to promote strong and efficient advocacy Preparing the brief: what to include and what to discuss Trial: adding value through investigation, preparation and support Presented by David Blades, Barrister Advanced Cross-Examination Skills Evaluating your preparation and cross-examination techniques Avoiding unnecessary cross-examination and re-examination Identifying and leveraging cross-examination inconsistencies Controlling the witness to elicit the appropriate response Presented by Paul Bevilacqua, Barrister, Francis Burt Great very informative, relevant topics with comprehensive papers and experienced and well-regarded presenters 1

8 Attend the full day and earn points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points in Competency Area : 15W15 COMMERCIAL LAW CONFERENCE: THE CRITICAL ISSUES 15W16 RESOURCES LAW CONFERENCE THURSDAY, 12 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 WEDNESDAY, 25 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 Consider the critical issues in your commercial practice; tax, PPSA, privacy, contractual warranties and indemnities just to name a few. Perth s legal experts on these very issues will be in one place at one time in March 2015 at our first ever Commercial Law Conference. This full day event should not to be missed for your annual update on commercial law issues. Despite the price of iron ore hitting five-year lows, the country s two largest miners both plan to mine and ship more. At this critical resources industry legal event, in-house counsel and private practitioners will be able to obtain vital legal updates and polish key skills to allow them to comfortably deliver advice in this volatile industry. Chair: Mark Fernandez, Director, Business Development Alliance A Litigator s Perspective on Due Diligence in Private Company Transactions Risk avoidance strategies in share sale agreements and asset sale agreements Presented by Murray Thornhill, Director and Notary Public, HHG Legal Group Steps to Business Succession and Structuring Buy/Sell Agreements Getting sale ready Exit options Structuring a buy/ sell agreement Presented by Virma Symons, Principal, Symons Legal Important Tax Changes in Business Law What s changed and what s relevant? Top 5 tax issues in business transactions Proposed GST changes and their impact on business sales: - Going concern exemptions Presented by Adrian Bailey, Principal, Cleary Hoare Solicitors; Chartered Tax Adviser with the Tax Institute of Australia PPSA in Commercial Transactions Due diligence Asset encumbered or not? Appropriate releases Drafting charges Security interests How to properly document an agreement Presented by Linda Widdup, Senior Consultant, Jackson McDonald; author rd Edition The Personal Property Securities Act: a conceptual approach ; LexisNexis New Zealand Privacy in a Commercial Context Refresher on the new privacy principles Ensuring privacy policy is compliant with new legislation Privacy due diligence issues Drafting appropriate disclaimers and terms and conditions of trade Protecting confidential information Presented by Leslie Buchbinder, Director, Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Managing the Transfer of Employees in Sale of Business or a Restructuring Dealing with personal leave, annual leave and long service leave When is service treated as continuous? When do industrial agreements transmit? When are redundancy payments triggered? Presented by Leanne Nickels, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright Australian Consumer Law & Competition Issues Outflanking the sale agreement: developments in misleading conduct, unconscionable conduct Competition law issues: protecting goodwill and restraints of trade Inheriting sale of goods and retail contracts: unfair contract terms, consumer guarantees, sale of goods legislation Presented by Justin Jones, Special Counsel, Ashurst: former ACCC investigator Session One: Contracts, Disputes and Insolvency in Resources $60 15W16A Chair: Phil McKeiver, Partner, Gilbert + Tobin Drafting Key Provisions in a Mining Contract Examining the AMPLA model farm-in and joint venture agreements Presented by Craig Readhead, Principal, Allion Legal When Disputes Arise: Pitfalls in Drafting Royalty Agreements Update on recent decisions that emphasise pitfalls in royalty agreements drafted a long time ago: Technomin Australia Pty Ltd v Xstrata Nickel Admissibility of extrinsic evidence Hancock Prospecting v MBM Presented by Mark Darian-Smith, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons Changes to Disclosure Obligations for Mining Companies: Still Unsure of Your Obligations? Key changes to the ASX Listing Rules Key changes to the JORC Code Problem areas that became evident in the last year Presented by Robyn Ferguson, Partner, HopgoodGanim Insolvency Issues Causes of corporate insolvency in the resources sector Implications and strategies for contract counterparties Recent cases Presented by Lawrence Lee, Special Counsel, Ashurst Session Two: Legal Issues and Updates $60 2:00pm to 5.15pm 15W16B Chair: Louis Mostert, General Counsel and Company Secretary, Barminco Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) Case Study: Legal Issues Exploitation of resources under seabed Presented by Goran Galic, Counsel, Allen & Overy Land Access and Environmental Law Update Permits/fines and penalties update Land access (Native Title & Heritage) update Presented by Mark Gregory, Partner and Sarah Mansfield, Senior Lawyer, Castledine Gregory Industrial Relations Issues Recent industrial action cases PABOs and circumstances when they can be successfully opposed Meaning of genuinely trying to reach an agreement Payments relating to periods of industrial action Remedies available to suspend or terminate protected industrial action Remedies against unprotected industrial action Presented by Simon Billing, Partner, Corrs Westgarth Great good speakers, good topics Great very informative, relevant topics with comprehensive papers and experienced and well-regarded presenters 15

9 Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : 15W1 TH ANNUAL FAMILY LAW CONFERENCE 15W18 PROPERTY LAW CONFERENCE 2015 WEDNESDAY, 25 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 THURSDAY, 26 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 From an update on the new add backs landscape and small money cases to Islamic Family Law and surrogacy, our Family Law Conference this year offers a great array of practical and topical issues. Our expert panel will also consider the delicate balance involved in reconciling children s interests and confidentiality, the practicalities of de facto matters, and more. Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for Family Lawyers $60 15W1A Chair: Gillian Anderson, Barrister, Francis Burt Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $ am to 11.00am 15W1AA Understanding Cultural Issues Multiculturalism, legal pluralism and what it means for Australian family law Islamic family law in the Australian context Family Dispute Resolution processes and faith based community processes International debates about the accommodation of culture and religion in family law Presented by Elizabeth Needham, Barrister, Francis Burt How to Run a De Facto Matter (Family Court Act 199 (WA)) What is a defacto relationship? (federal and state) Jurisdiction and case law Interim orders when jurisdiction is disputed How to treat superannuation Recent case law update Presented by Trevor O Sullivan, Principal, O Sullivan Davies Responsibility $255 15W1AB The Ethical Challenge: When the Best Interests of Children and Duty of Confidentiality Collide If the facts indicate that a child s welfare is endangered: - Should a lawyer advise the authorities - When to do so would be in breach of the duty of confidentiality? Reconciling without compromising: Is this possible? Achieving the delicate balance Presented by Penelope Giles, Barrister, Francis Burt Ethics in Explore dilemmas commonly arising in family law including where to look for guidance, and: Conflict of interest: duty to client and conflicting duties between clients Disclosure: waiver of privilege, legal professional privilege, loss of privilege, inadvertent disclosure Confidentiality: publication and social media Ethical issues and the gathering of evidence Presented by Paula Wilkinson, Partner, Kim Wilson & Co. Session Two: Practising Family Law in 2015 $60 2:00pm to 5.15pm 15W1B Chair: Henry Moser, Barrister, Stone Surrogacy, Adoption and IVF What to do if a surrogacy matter comes through the door? Baby Gammy Red tape Inherent prejudices in current law and the changing family unit Presented by Milos Supljegav, Partner, DS Family Law Keeping Costs Down in Small Money Cases Commercial decision vs legal decision What solicitors can do - Legal advice - Alternative dispute resolution How to divide property when the net asset pool is less than $200, Presented by John Butler, Principal, Butler Barristers & Solicitors Add Backs: Clarifying the New Landscape How have courts dealt with S9 Property matters following Stanford and Bevan? What s permitted and what s not Judicial attitudes Does Hickey & Hickey four step approach still apply? Or have the courts developed another process to deal with S9 applications? Presented by Damien Bowen, Director, Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky SAVE THE DATE! 5 Th Annual International Family Law Conference Queenstown, New Zealand 1- SEPTEMBER 2015 See page 12 Designed for the more experienced practitioner in mind, this day long conference will cover the more complex property law matters faced in everyday practice. Ethical dilemmas, how to draft a complex sublease, practical considerations when enforcing commercial leases, and an overview of the current issues in property law, these thought provoking and interesting topics will be covered by WA s finest property law practitioners. Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for Property Lawyers $60 9:00am to 1.15pm 15W18A Chair: Mark Atkinson, Director, Atkinson Legal Responsibility $255 9:00am to 11.00pm 15W18AA Ethics, Conflicts and the Property Lawyer Discussion of common ethical issues facing property lawyers Identification of the principal risk areas in practice Overcoming conflict issues Practical examples and recent disciplinary cases Presented by Susan Nicholson, Senior Associate, Cullen Babington Macleod Ethical Issues d When Dealing with a Client in a Property Transaction Understanding your client s commercial needs Dealing with unethical behaviour and heavy handed dealings Controlling fees: scope and value for money Notifying the other party when seeing an error Ethical considerations when selling property to foreign investors Presented by Darryl Stewart, Director, Esteem Legal Comptency Area 1: Legal Skills and $ am to 1.15am 15W18AB The Art of Drafting a Complex Sublease Understanding the nuances between a lease, a sublease and a licence Drafting considerations: traps, pitfalls and misconceptions Termination of subleases and relief from forfeiture under the Property Law Act The Commercial Tenancy Act in its application to subleases Presented by Mary Pringle, Partner, Clayton Utz Practical Issues for Landlords in Enforcement of Commercial Leases Challenges landlords face with defaulting tenants Practical tips for dealing with defaulting tenants, insolvent tenants, abandonments Recent case law Presented by John Steenhof, Partner, Cornerstone Legal Session Two: Essential Property Law Updates $60 2:00pm to 5.15pm 15W18B Chair: Mark Borrello, Managing Principal, Borrello Legal Property Litigation Update Recent cases and developments over the past year and understanding their influence on everyday practice Identifying potential further developments and assessing their merits Practical advice for practitioners Presented by Mark Hemery, Partner, Hotchkin Hanly Lawyers Retail Leasing Update and Nationwide Comparisons Review of the current status of retail leasing and a look ahead Comparison: in WA vs other jurisdictions Problem areas and everyday matters practitioners should be aware of Case review Presented by Jim Tsagalis, Managing Director, Lend Equity Strata Title Update An overview of the planned reforms, its current status and implications Main benefits, scope and the importance of reforms Scenarios of complex matters and navigating through them Presented by Peter Beekink, Partner, Lavan Legal The Property Law Conference 2015 is Supported by: 1

10 Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : 15W19 2 ND ANNUAL CRIMINAL LAW SYMPOSIUM 15W20 ADVANCED LITIGATION CONFERENCE THURSDAY, 26 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 FRIDAY, 2 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 Perth s top criminal barristers and solicitors will offer practical advice on conducting sex offences matter, preparing for jury trials, tips on handling the Criminal Property Confiscation Act and a thorough analysis of recent changes in criminal law while you will also fulfil your Ethics or and Legal Skills and requirements. Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for Criminal Lawyers $60 15W19A Chair: Natasha Stewart, Barrister, Francis Burt Responsibility $255 9:00am to 11.00am 15W19AA Costs and Crime: Ethical Considerations in Costs and Fees What are the difficulties you might face when your client is not paying their own fees How and what are you ethically obliged to communicate to the fee paying parents Is it ethical to explain to your client that it might not be in their best interest to have their fee paying parents in consultation meetings Establishing the difference between the fee paying and instructing Presented by Terry Dobson, Director, Terry Dobson Legal Common Ethical Issues for Criminal Defence Lawyers: Representing Clients who Dispute the Offence but Want to Plead Guilty and Mentally Impaired Clients What to do when your client wants to plead guilty but does not accept the offence What are your obligations when representing a mentally impaired or intellectually disabled client What to do if your client is incapable of providing instructions The Court s power to regulate practitioners acting for persons who cannot provide adequate instructions Presented by Mara Barone, Barrister & Solicitor, Barone Criminal Lawyers Session Two: Current Issues in Criminal Law $60 2:00am to 5.15pm 15W19B Chair: Natasha Stewart, Barrister, Francis Burt Criminal Defences in Western Australia Automatism, Self-Defence, Duress, Provocation, Honest and Reasonable Mistake, Compulsion, Claim of Right, Mistake of Fact, Ignorance and Mistake of Law Consent: Consent Must be Real, Belief in Consent, Consent in Rape, Mistaken Belief in Consent, Mistaken Consent, Intimidation, Theft and Consent Necessity and Impossibility Presented by Patrick Mugliston, Barrister, Francis Burt Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000: Drug Trafficker Cases Time frames and necessary skill sets Taking instructions and preparing your client (including how to get paid) How to respond to freezing notices (both for an accused, and for a third party) Brief Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Cth) Presented by Edward Greaves, Barrister, Francis Burt Recent Changes in Criminal Law Anti association laws Mandatory sentencing: the Criminal Law Amendment Bill (Home Burglary and Other Offences) Anti terror laws Presented by Genevieve Cleary, State Prosecutor, Children s Court Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for Western Australia Venture beyond the basics and spend a day learning the nuances of litigating that can help you stand apart from the crowd. This panel of experienced litigation experts will give you practical guidance on high level litigation and advocacy strategies and techniques. In addition, you ll gain valuable legal skills and ethics points while hearing advanced topics specifically tailored to experienced litigators. If you want to become a master litigator or simply broaden your advocacy skillset, this seminar will help you achieve your goals. Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for Litigators $60 15W20A Responsibility $255 9:00am to 11.00am 15W20AA Chair: Stephen Owen-Conway QC, Sir Lawrence Jackson Ethical Issues During Discovery Tips to avoid allegations of discovery abuse and trial by avalanche Drawing the line between good document management policies involving destruction of documents, and wrongful destruction of documents Ethical issues with sending junior lawyers and paralegals to review and categorise documents The pros and cons of outsourcing discovery work overseas Presented by Peter Ward, Partner, Ashurst Ethically Managing Experts Ensuring a report s worth: admissibility and probative value Assisting in preparing a report: guidelines and ethical limitations Navigating difficult privilege issues Presented by Philip Clifford, Barrister, Francis Burt Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $255 15W20AB Session Two: Advanced Litigation Update $60 Chair: The Hon. Ian Viner AO QC, Stone 15W20B Trends in Litigation Damages Recent cases regarding damages, awards and settlements Trends in assessing and proving damages for plaintiffs and defendants Torts and contracts: key distinctions and trends Fees, tax and costs considerations Presented by Rick Cullen, Partner, Cullen Babington MacLeod Staying on Top of the Latest Developments in Discovery Early return of subpoenas and objections under O6B RSC Third party discovery under O26A RSC Analysis of recent cases and developments Practical implications and guidance Presented by Craig Slater, Francis Burt Re-litigating and Abuse of Process: Dealing With Difficult Edge Cases Managing situations where the line between res judicata and issue estoppel is blurred Key elements of Anshun estoppel Applicability of principles to different courts and tribunals Recent cases and examples Presented by Charmaine Holyoak-Roberts, Barrister, John Toohey Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $255 15W19AB Conducting Sex Offence Matters: Preparation and Complexities when a minor is prosecuted Typical legal issues including previous representation, prior sexual history and confidential communications Particular issues in historical sex matters Sentencing considerations including serious sexual offender provisions Presented by Linda Black, Barrister, Francis Burt Preparing for Jury Trials Pre-trial issues Whether to apply for a judge-alone trial Selecting a jury Tactical considerations of running a jury trial Taking and dealing with objections Transcript management Preparation of the jury address Presented by Tom Percy QC, Albert Wolff Very knowledgeable speakers, interesting presentation presented well Cultivating Successful Negotiation and Mediation Skills Achieving optimal outcomes in negotiations Types of mediation and choice of mediators Handling difficult clients, parties and mediators Negotiating strategies Strengthening your client s negotiating position Moving past roadblocks in the negotiation Presented by Chris Williams, Principal, Chris Williams Lawyer & Mediator Finding Success in Tribunals Tips and potential pitfalls when appearing before a tribunal Communicating with a tribunal and preparation strategies Evidence, cross-examination and experts Presenting your case and written submissions Presented by Rayn Wade, Consultant, Ashurst Interesting range of topics presented comprehensively; Excellent 19

11 Attend the full day and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or points in Competency Area : Attend the full day and earn points including: points in Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and points in Competency Area : 15W21 5 TH ANNUAL IN-HOUSE COUNSEL CONFERENCE 15W22 TH ANNUAL CONTRACTS CONFERENCE FRIDAY, 2 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 MONDAY, 0 MARCH AM TO 5.15PM $810 WORKSHOP This conference is well established as a primary event for in-house counsel. Delivering timely information from the leading experts in their field plus case studies from in-house counsel, you can t afford to miss this event. Why? Meet your annual requirements in the core areas; network with colleagues; stay up-to-date on the most relevant legal issues for in-house counsel all on the one day. Mark your calendar now. Session One: Legal Skills and Ethics for In-House Counsel $60 15W21A Chair: Nadia Mansour, Senior Legal Counsel, Bankwest Legal Responsibility $255 9:00am to 11.00am 15W21AA Establishing Ethical Behaviour Through the Chain of Command Implementing clear ethical guidelines, practices, and expectations throughout a business at every level in the chain of command Evaluating and monitoring whether ethical guidelines are being followed Addressing situations where there is an ethical deficiency or breach Dealing with unethical behaviour directly or by delegating the issue through the chain of command Presented by Matthew Knox, Partner, Minter Ellison Ethics Workshop: Practical Scenarios d by In-House Counsel What would you do if..? Consider yourself in real situations with ethical dilemmas and how you would respond Presented by Peter Lorbeer, Head of Legal, Shell Australia Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $255 15W21AB Managing the Risk of Bribery and Corruption Overview of relevant law Securing management buy-in and support Establishing a compliance culture Risk assessment Policy and procedure Communications and education Internal controls and monitoring Presented by Evan Rogers, Compliance Counsel Asia Pacific, General Electric Privacy Law Compliance Checklist for In-House Counsel A checklist to ensure compliance with new privacy principles New data protection/ retention laws: Is there any protection in the online world? What you can and can t disclose Presented by Iain Freeman, Partner, Lavan Legal Session Two: Current Issues for In-House Counsel $60 15W21B Chair: Catherine McNeilly, Legal Manager, Inpex WHS Uniform Legislation: WA s Direction Where is the reform process at? Key differences in WA proposals Implications for safety regulation in WA Resources safety: the current state of reforms Presented by Nicholas Ellery, Partner, Corrs Westgarth Employment Law Year in Review Implied terms and the Barker case: implications Regulating out of hours conduct: recent cases Adverse action and bullying: controlling risk Presented by Marie-Claire Foley, Partner, Ashurst The PPSA Nightmare: How to Avoid Waking Up in a Cold Sweat When do PPSA issues arise? Methods to minimise the administrative impact of the PPSR Implications of not properly registering your property Recent cases Presented by Simon Read, Director, EDX Great to have a tailored session for in-house counsel and presenters did a great job of making the information relevant. DID YOU KNOW? Practitioners in Western Australia can earn up to 2 points from listening to recorded materials. See page 26 and 2 for more information. For the commercial lawyer, all roads lead to contracts. This March as well as immersing yourself in the finer points of contract drafting showcased in the morning master class, travel our contracts highway that leads you to an exploration of three types of contracts you commonly prepare digital, cross border and outsourcing. Session One: Contracts Master Class: Crafting Documents to Deliver Positive Business Outcomes and Minimise Risk $60 15W22A Chair: Craig Hollett, Partner, Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Legal Skills and A Perfect Contract Is Never Litigated : Recording the Agreement in Heads of Agreement This session is aimed at the more experienced lawyer and focuses on the aspects of contractual drafting that occur before the deal is struck, so that the purpose of the written instrument as a commercial document can be achieved: Identifying and discussing those issues that have the potential to cause disagreement and encapsulating discussions in the Heads of Agreement The lawyer s role in working with the client to deal with these challenges in the agreement to ensure they do not cause the deal to fail or the value to be eroded Making the agreement understandable to the people who work with the instrument each day Presented by Dermot Danagher, Solicitor Director, Danagher Commercial and Corporate Lawyers and Katja Levy, Barrister, Francis Burt Legal Skills and Reviewing Form Contracts Have you been asked to review your client s form contracts recently? This session will consider the following questions, discuss the red flag clauses and appropriate revisions: Do they include provisions that are too aggressive or too weak? Are there key provisions missing all together? Do your form contracts contain provisions that hurt your company more than they help? Do these form conditions apply to the proposed agreement? Presented by Alyson Eather, Senior Associate, DLA Piper The Impact of the High Court s decision in Brookfield Multiplex v The Owners of Strata Plan When can a builder owe a duty of care to subsequent purchasers to avoid purely economic loss? Impact on contractual negotiation and drafting Impact on legal proceedings Presented by Brian Millar, Barrister, Francis Burt P A N E L D I S C U S S I O N Legal Skills or Panel Discussion: Trends in Risk Allocation in Contracts One of the significant roles of the lawyer is to advise clients on what protections to include in the contract to share the risk among the parties. Implications of recent developments in corporations law as it applies to contract negotiation, formation and management Revenue enhancement through the management of risk and implementation of solutions for capitalising on business opportunities Approaches to risk allocation during the management phase of the contract Tyranny of form over substance Panel includes: Dermot Danagher, Solicitor Director, Danagher Commercial and Corporate Lawyers Katja Levy, Barrister, Francis Burt Alyson Eather, Senior Associate, DLA Piper Brian Millar, Barrister, Francis Burt Session Two: Contracts in $60 15W22B Chair: Kimberley Heitman, General Counsel, Director, Legal Services, University of Western Australia Outsourcing Agreements: The Legal Issues Overview of key issues Practical options for managing issues, with a particular focus on: - Managing change - Managing underperformance - Consequences of termination Presented by Michael Chin, Specialist Legal Counsel, INPEX Contracts in the Digital Space Online terms and conditions Online protection The paperless contract: Any restrictions? Privacy and online contracts Presented by Jamie Lyford, Director, Elevation Legal Cross Border Commercial Contracts Conflict of laws Choice of laws Dispute resolution Presented by Sam Luttrell, Counsel, Clifford Chance Attend the full day or just one session 21

12 Attend and earn points including: 2 points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or Attend and earn points in Competency Area 2: Ethics or Attend and earn points including: 2 points in Responsibility Attend and earn points in Competency Area : 15W2 15W2 15W25 15W26 COSTS AND BILLING: LEGAL SKILLS AND ETHICS ETHICS: COMPETENCY AREA 2 LEGAL SKILLS AND ETHICS FOR ALL LAWYERS (1 MARCH) BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY: STAYING UPDATED AND GETTING THE DETAILS RIGHT MONDAY, 0 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 MONDAY, 0 MARCH PM TO 5.15PM $60 TUESDAY, 1 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 TUESDAY, 1 MARCH AM TO 1.15PM $60 It goes without saying that it s necessary to continually refine your costs and billing practices. In this seminar you ll receive valuable tips on doing just that by learning how to strengthen both your legal skills and business acumen when dealing with important and tricky costs and billing issues. Indeed, our experts will guide you on how to take your practice to the next level through advanced costs techniques and innovative billing strategies. Chair: Ted Sharp, Consultant, Herbert Smith Freehills Responsibility $ am to 11.00am 15W2A Understanding Ethical and Unethical Billing Unprofessional conduct and professional misconduct in billing Legal practitioner billing Alternative billing method strategies, considerations and pitfalls Overarching obligations: ethics with bite Ethics of fixed fees Analysis of recent disciplinary cases Presented by David Garnsworthy, Barrister, Howard Valid Retainer Agreements with Clients in Litigious Matters What constitutes adequate disclosure and estimate of costs? Consequences of failing to provide proper disclosure and estimates Recent decisions and resources to assist practitioners Presented by Matthew Curwood, Barrister, Francis Burt Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $255 15W2B Thinking Beyond the Billing Box: Fixed Fees and Other Business Strategies Alternative billing arrangements Understanding your client s needs and expectations Analysis of the fixed-fee model and its benefits and drawbacks Transitioning to new fee arrangements Practical guidance and tips Presented by David Vilensky, Managing Director, Bowen Buchbinder Vilensky Improving Costs Recovery in Litigation Special costs orders in the Supreme Court Drawing bills of costs for maximum recovery: Federal and Supreme Court Strategies and alternatives to taxation Assessment of costs Presented by Maria-Luisa Coulson, Managing Director, Coulson Legal Gain your essential ethics points while receiving practical guidance on how to bolster your practice and build stronger client relationships. This panel of experts will give you valuable tips on how to avoid tricky ethical quagmires while improving your practice and more effectively communicating with clients, the courts and other practitioners. You ll also learn exactly how far to go for your clients while still protecting yourself. Chair: Nicholas Murfett, Director, Murfett Investments Ethics: How Far You Can Go For Your Client When a client s instructions pose an ethical dilemma Ethics in negotiating settlements and other agreements Case studies of ethical dilemmas Presented by Janette Tavelli, Partner, Integra Legal Professional Ethical Communications: What to Say and How to Say It Effectively communicating in person, in print and online Improving communications with clients and the court Practical guidance and key limitations for communicating with fellow practitioners, opposing counsel and witnesses Presented by Sabina Schlink, Principal, Thomas Legal Practical Legal Ethics: Conflicts of Interest Defining and recognising a conflict of interest Who is the client: company or director? Tricky issues involving former clients Confidential information pitfalls Nuances of the duty of loyalty Managing and resolving a conflict of interest Consent and waiver Presented by Ian Morison, Barrister & Solicitor, Morison Legal SAVE $110 OFF THIS HALF-DAY SEMINAR Register and pay for this seminar and another half-day seminar in the one transaction for a total price of $810 Don t miss this last chance to earn your points! Refresh your understanding about managing clients expectations, using technology and legal ethics in and out of the workplace. Chair: Anthony Willinge, Barrister, Francis Burt Competency Area 1: Legal Skills and $ am to 11.00am 15W25A Managing Client Expectations Understanding the psychology and expectations of the client Managing client expectations based on likely outcomes Suggested processes to be followed Presented by Gregory Pynt, Barrister, Francis Burt Technology in Your : Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls Why should you care about the technology your practice uses? Start today: Productivity tips for lawyers to maximise efficiency on their work computers, with their smartphones, tablets and other devices Innovations within law firms and in the industry in general, with case studies The 5 biggest mistakes firm practices make with technology Presented by Zahn Nel, Business Development Manager, CT Group Australia Responsibility $255 15W25B Errors and Advantages: How to Handle Your Own and Your Opponents Errors Review of the rules Case studies: drafting omissions that advantage your client, inadvertent s or faxes, revealing too much information over the phone Presented by Marshall McKenna, Partner, Allens Ethics After Hours: Tips and Tricks to Avoid Conduct Complaints for Online Conduct On LinkedIn: ethical dilemmas in posting updates, asking for endorsements, asking for recommendations, and adding clients, colleagues, opponents and judges On reputational risks: handling photo and videos of you Inadvertent retainer: When can and can t you post your views on legal issues on social media? Pitfalls and traps in private correspondence and s On piracy: impact of streaming movies and illegally downloading at home? Presented by Kylie Groves, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs SOLD OUT LAST YEAR Our expert speakers will ensure you re prepared for the year ahead by updating you on the latest cases and legislative developments from the past 12 months. You ll also gain indepth understanding of complex procedural practices such as navigating the PPSA regime and mastering the nuances of notices and statutory demands. Finally, you ll learn how to improve your practice and better serve your clients by hearing expert tips on the best ways to advise insolvent parties. Chair: Richard Johnson, Partner, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers Insolvency Update This session will fill you in on the most important and interesting insolvency cases and developments from the past year. You will also learn about the latest legislative changes and key trends that are critical for your practice. 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