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  • Events

    • 26 Jul 16

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

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

      This event will look at the impact of 3D printing particularly in relation to the enforcement of copyright.

      Secure parking spaces are available by prior arrangement.

    • 27 Jul 16

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      NSW: How to structure corporate compliance: Chain of Responsibility and Environmental Planning requirements

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

      In addition to corporations law compliance, corporations and their executive officers are increasingly subject to compliance obligations by virtue of their operations. Two rapidly growing areas of regulation that apply to companies across sectors (often without them realising it) are the heavy vehicle road transport Chain of Responsibility and environmental planning and protection regimes.

      This session will highlight the extent of obligations owed by corporations and their executive officers and discuss the compliance frameworks that need to be put in place to comply and avoid liability.

    • 28 Jul 16

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      VIC: Corporate Governance – Tips and traps - Heads of Agreement and other preliminary agreements

      Melbourne: Holding Redlich, Level 8, 555 Bourke Street

      Heads of agreement and preliminary agreements are commonly used these days but are they being used correctly? Presenter, William Khong, will work through the considerations for, and implications on, entering into such an agreement as well as providing some practical points on the usage of such an agreement.

    • 3 Aug 16

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      QLD: 2016 Half-day Corporate Counsel Seminar

      Brisbane: Ashurst, Level 38, Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street

      The Half-Day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016 will cover: negotiation tactics; the new unfair contracts regime; managing big data: IP, contract and regulation; and the strategic management of a dispute. Attendees can receive up to 4 CPD points.

    • 4 Aug 16

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      VIC: Managing Property Portfolios – Tips and Traps

      Melbourne: Holding Redlich, Level 8, 555 Bourke Street

      Managing property portfolios can be incredibly complex. In this seminar, Richard Skopal and Joseph Monaghan will discuss tips to acquiring property and managing property portfolios in-house, and will also explore the issues associated with tenants, tenant leases and common property.

    • 4 Aug 16

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      NSW: Conducting an investigation: best practice tips for in-house counsel

      Sydney: Baker & McKenzie, Level 27, AMP Centre, 50 Bridge St

      In-house counsel are increasingly called upon to undertake or manage internal investigations concerning a variety of issues including misappropriation of company assets and funds, fraudulent conduct, allegation of bribery or corruption, workplace bullying, harassment and discrimination. Recent cases show that mishandling an investigation can create just as much liability for an employer as the conduct being investigated.

      In this interactive session, the presenters will provide practical guidance in relation to the investigation of serious and sensitive allegations, the effective management of organisational risk and the avoidance of common investigation pitfalls.

    • 9 Aug 16

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      VIC: Conducting an investigation: best practice tips for in-house counsel

      Melbourne: Baker & McKenzie, Level 19, 181 William St

      In-house counsel are increasingly called upon to undertake or manage internal investigations concerning a variety of issues including misappropriation of company assets and funds, fraudulent conduct, allegation of bribery or corruption, workplace bullying, harassment and discrimination. Recent cases show that mishandling an investigation can create just as much liability for an employer as the conduct being investigated.

      In this session, the presenters will provide practical guidance in relation to the investigation of serious and sensitive allegations, the effective management of organisational risk and the avoidance of common investigation pitfalls.

    • 10 Aug 16

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      NSW: Half-day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016

      Sydney: Ashurst, Level 11, 5 Martin Place, Sydney

      The Half-Day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016 will cover four topics. After the sessions, there will be lunch will be provided and the opportunity to network. Attendees can receive up to 4 CPD points.

    • 10 Aug 16

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      WA: Your duty or our duty? Protecting your organisation from an accessorial liability claim

      Perth: MinterEllison, Level 4, 77 St Georges Terrace

      Whether your organisation engages contractors for large scale projects, through a formal procurement process or only utilises labour hire companies to fill holes in your current workforce, this session is essential for all legal counsel to avoid potential contraventions of the Fair Work Act provisions and mitigate the risks in your supply chain.

    • 16 Aug 16

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      NSW: 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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    • 17 Aug 16

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      VIC: Half-day Corporate Counsel Seminar

      Melbourne: Ashurst, Level 26, 181 William St

      The Half-Day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016 is open to ACC Australia full members. Topics include: negotiation tactics, the new unfair contracts regime, and the strategic management of a dispute. After the sessions, there will be lunch will be provided and the opportunity to network. Attendees can receive up to 4 CPD points.

    • 30 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.

    • 30 Aug 16

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      WA: Due Diligence

      Perth - Duxton Hotel, 1 St Georges Terrace

      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

    • 7 Sep 16

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      WA: Half-day 2016 Corporate Counsel Seminar

      Perth: Brookfield Place Tower II, Level 10 & 11, 123 St Georges Terrace

      The Half-Day Corporate Counsel Seminar 2016 will cover four topics, relevant to in-house counsel. Attendees can receive up to 4 CPD points.

    • 8 Sep 16

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      VIC: Latest developments in corporate governance

      Melbourne: Gilbert + Tobin, Level 22, 101 Collins Street, Melbourne

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