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Events

We hold regular seminars on a range of legal and business topics. You can find more details for the seminars and register here.

  • Seminars

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01 Dec 21

Security of Payment – year in review | Construction series

Please join partners Christine Jones and Helena Golovanoff, lawyer Rebecca Weakley, and graduate Simona Njaim, for a one hour presentation reviewing the significant decisions from 2021 concerning the NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. The session will also look at the impacts of the removal of the owner occupier exemption for residential owner occupier contracts entered into after 1 March 2021.

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02 Dec 21

Making sure you can claim privilege

In this seminar we will provide you with: detailed overview of LPP, in-house counsel, multi-disciplinary firms, waiver of LPP and making sure you don’t waive LPP in the course of a dispute.

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07 Dec 21

Ports and competition: monopolies and misuse of market power | 2021 Ports series

Port are essential gateways for international trade. Often ‘natural monopolies’, once the exclusive domain of state control, ports have increasingly privatised and often with resulting controversy. This presentation will consider the competition challenges facing privatised as well as state owned ports.  These issues are especially timely, given growing calls (including vocally from the ACCC) for pricing regulation to be imposed on private port monopolies and the commencement by the ACCC of proceedings against a port for alleged misuse of market power.

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09 Dec 21

Witness evidence for R&D | R&D tax series

Join the Holding Redlich Taxation team in their webinar on Witness evidence for R&D. This session will look at AusIndustry guidance and recent case law, witness credibility, witness interviews, witness statements and engaging expert.

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03 Feb 22

The process of responding to a s353-10 notice

In this seminar we will provide you with: selecting the most appropriate IT system to support the process, accessing everything, coding, reviewing and reporting including ATO requirements.

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