Simon Chapple presents “Contract risk management from a litigator’s perspective: Managing Risk when Performing and Terminating Contracts”

Posted on 02/22/13

– Recognising and minimising risks that arise when performance of a contract differs from its express terms
– Managing parties who wish to no longer be bound by a contract, and choosing the appropriate remedy
– Recognising and minimising risks when terminating a contract

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Andrew Scotting speaks on “Conduct Outside The Courtroom – Bringing The Profession Into Disrepute”

Posted on 02/13/13

Exploring the boundaries of conduct outside the courtroom that could lead legal practitioners to become the subject of disciplinary action for bringing the profession into disrepute. Focusing on the need for courtesy in day-to-day dealings (both conduct and correspondence) with other practitioners and third parties.

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Ottesen an author of “Practical Guidance Corporations Law (Financial services and markets)”.

Posted on 02/01/13

The Lexis Nexis Practical Guidance Corporations Law module is a practical legal tool for corporate and commercial law matters. Karin Ottesen has recently authored the Financial services and markets topic within the module of this online research tool.

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Andrew Scotting Chairing: Litigating Contract Disputes

Posted on 11/21/12

This seminar, tailored for all litigators and professionals in contract formation, will examine some of the critical areas where contract disputes arise and assessment of damages.

Litigating Contract Disputes – Legalwise seminars

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Getting Costs Against the Prosecution by Howard Packer

Posted on 11/21/12

Getting Costs Against the Prosecution
By Howard Packer
20 November 2012, The College of Law City

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Howard Packer presents “Getting Costs Against the Prosecution” at College of Law

Posted on 11/13/12

Gain insights and explore the issues around getting costs against the prosecution in this short, sharp seminar.

When: Tuesday 20 November 2012, 12.00pm – 1.00pm
Where: The College of Law City, St James Centre, Level 16, 111 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

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Jane Needham SC elected Senior Vice-President of New South Wales Bar Association

Posted on 11/08/12

The members of 13th Floor St James Hall are pleased to announce that Jane Needham SC has been elected Senior Vice-President of the 2013 Council of the Bar Association of New South Wales. Jane’s election is further recognition of her long and outstanding contribution to the functioning of the Bar as a profession.

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Jane Needham SC Presents at The Tax Institute – Women in Tax Luncheon

Posted on 08/30/12

The Women in Tax lunch aims to provide an avenue for networking, mentoring and learning from the perspective of women. This session will provide attendees with opportunities to ask questions and network with other participants.

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Nicholas Nicholls speaks on “Briefing barristers for maximum benefits” at City of Sydney Law Society

Posted on 08/30/12

When: Wednesday 5 September 2012, 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Where: Level 3, 115 Pitt Street Sydney.

Solicitors and barristers are each experts in their professional disciplines and bring different but equally important skills in advancing their client’s cause. This talk will focus more on the practical aspects of briefing barristers to get the most out of the solicitor barrister relationship as well as some legal principles which govern that relationship.

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Jane Needham SC, (Modesty holding women back, Lawyers Weekly, 19 July 2012).

Posted on 07/24/12

Jane Needham SC, (Modesty holding women back, Lawyers Weekly, 19 July 2012) told a roomful of legal dignitaries that women should not be afraid to highlight their achievements when applying for senior positions.

http://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/news/modesty-holding-women-back

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