1 July 2016 marked the first anniversary of our alliance with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC).
ACC Australia is excited to announce that from 1 July 2016, all financial full members will automatically receive professional indemnity insurance covering them for services provided within the scope of their employment as in-house lawyers.
Today we see organisations taking stock of current capabilities and the integration of investments, and working up the plan for ongoing Cyber resilience.
This presentation will be an informal and interactive discussion focusing on deciphering Cyber Resilience. As a guide, we discuss
how businesses prepare for Cyber Resilience by breaking it down into a series of risk based questions.
This is not a technical session; it is a session that brings Cyber out of the depths of IT and onto the broader risk agenda.
How do you create an IP savvy culture to maximise your intangible asset value and make innovation part of your organisation’s DNA?
In this seminar, we consider the value of harnessing discretionary input from employees to capture and capitalise on innovation and suggest how culture and process can play a critical role in determining the IP value of an organisation.
There are many situations in which a business may need to conduct an IP due diligence: IPO/RTO or other fund raising event, asset or business purchase or sale, launching a new product or project or just planning for the future. In this seminar we will be looking at the what, why, when and how of IP due diligence.
Presented by Watermark
To truly “understand the business”, you need to understand the key drivers for your clients. What gets measured gets done, and financial KPIs are the most common measure. This half-day workshop will provide you with the tools to understand and speak the language of executive and operational teams.
At this event, Nigel Pereira, a registered Australian and New Zealand patent attorney, and Associate at Watermark, will be looking at the types of intellectual property rights available in New Zealand.
The Half-Day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016 will cover four topics, relevant to in-house counsel. Attendees can receive up to 4 CPD points.
The seminar will provide a detailed analysis on the current state of the law and highlighting latest developments followed by a practical look at various tips and traps to be aware of when exercising termination rights under a contract.
Taxation is on the front page of the papers every day on a variety of topics including changes in policy, new anti-avoidance measures and in an environment of increased ATO scrutiny of taxpayer’s affairs and the new standard tax conditions presently attaching to FIRB approvals. A strong Corporate Governance model in relation to tax risk is essential, both commercially, and in the efficiency gains in the event the ATO comes knocking. What role should General Counsel take in the management of Tax Risk in your organisation?
The seminar, hosted by Gilbert + Tobin, will provide an update on recent developments in corporate governance and continuous disclosure.
The session will provide tips for in-house counsel and company secretaries of disclosing entities.
The South Australian Division of ACC Australia is pleased to invite you to its Annual General Meeting, which will include guest speaker, Troy Swan, Head of Legal & Company Secretary, Staples. A banquet lunch and drinks will be provided.
This seminar will cover the key issues faced in each of trade mark, copyright, patent and confidential information legal actions; what to expect at a trial; how the payment of legal costs can soon become a major issue; and more.
The seminar will provide a detailed analysis on the current state of the commercial contract law and highlight latest developments. It will also a provide various tips and traps to be aware of when exercising termination rights under a contract.
This event is fully booked.
In this informative and interactive seminar, Tracy Caspersz, Consulting Counsel and Lauren Fysh, Associate, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, will give in-house counsel some tips for keeping their litigation costs down. They will use examples of various documents to explain and discuss how in-house counsel can best use their business knowledge and access to relevant witnesses in their organisations to brief external lawyers as cost-efficiently as possible.
The effective management of social media in the workplace has increasingly become a critical component for any organisation.
This seminar will provide attendees with practical steps on how to develop a social media policy, and in managing the use of social media. It will also examine recent cases involving performance issues associated with social media.
This seminar will briefly refresh your memory on the state of the law regarding consequential losses and liquidated damages. It will also cover the key developments in the past few years, and how these might impact upon your contracts.
ACC Australia is excited to announce that from 1 July 2016, all financial full members will automatically receive professional indemnity insurance. To find out more click here.
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