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  • Events

    • 15 Jun 16

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      VIC: 3D printing and copyright: yet another threat for copyright owners

      Melbourne: Watermark Office, Level 2, 302 Burwood Road, Hawthorn

      At this event we will be looking at the impact of 3D printing particularly in relation to the enforcement of copyright including: why 3D printing is another disruptive force impacting on copyright owners and how current copyright laws cope with these issues.

    • 16 Jun 16

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      VIC: Debt financing – a primer for in-house counsel

      Melbourne: Holding Redlich, Level 8, 555 Bourke Street

      This session will provide a basic introduction to debt financing for in-house counsel. It will cover the different sources of financing such as bank loans and capital markets and will explain some of the commonly used forms of financing such as full-recourse corporate loans, non-recourse project finance and mezzanine finance. It will also provide an overview of the process for raising debt finance and the types of documents that are usually involved.

    • 21 Jun 16

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      Adelaide: Contract Terminations

      Adelaide: Wallmans Lawyers, Level 5, 400 King William Street, Adelaide

      This presentation will focus on the ability to terminate a contract for various reasons and the implications of that with particular reference to issues of frustration and repudiation. Trevor Edmond - Managing Partner, Wallmans Lawyers, will also focus on the importance of notice and termination provisions and in particular the ability to terminate for fundamental breach.

    • 23 Jun 16

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      VIC: Protecting IT-Based Inventions Internationally: the Legal Minefield Facing 'Software Patents'

      Melbourne: Watermark Office, Level 2, 302 Burwood Road, Hawthorn

      In this presentation, we will look at the impact of developments on companies seeking meaningful protection for their software-based innovations. In what circumstances, and where, are computer-implemented inventions patentable? Can the prospects of obtaining patent protection be improved? And how can an international patenting program best be implemented in the face of all this change and uncertainty?

    • 23 Jun 16

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      TAS: The Essential In House Lawyers Seminar – Commercial Contracts, Employment Law and Ethics

      Hobart: Dobson Mitchell and Allport, 59 Harrington Street (access through the Davey Street)

      The seminar, essential for in-house counsel, will feature the three presentations including: dealing with mental illness in the workplace, practical contract drafting and legislative updates on contract negotiations and drafting, and an ethics update.

    • 2 Aug 16

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      NSW: Innovation capture - mechanics, culture and process

      North Ryde: Watermark, Level 3, Building 1, Binary Centre, 3 Richardson Place

      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.

    • 16 Aug 16

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      Sydney: How China's new five year plan will affect your business

      Sydney: Holding Redlich, Level 65, MLC Centre, 19 Martin Place

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