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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Partner Corrs Chambers Westgarth
General Counsel, Author,  Public Speaker, Non-Executive Director
Partner Maddocks
Partner Piper Alderman

Special Offer

EVENT SUMMARY

The Contract Law Masterclass is designed for busy legal professionals seeking to improve their understanding of all aspects of the contractual process. From pre-contract negotiations to drafting, interpretation, disputes and managing risk through indemnities, this masterclass covers a host of topical areas. Partners from Australia’s top law firms will present this one-day event, focusing on practical examples and the impact of recent case law.

This masterclass satisfies the Legal Profession Uniform CPD (Solicitors) Rules 2015 in the areas of ethics and professional responsibility, practice management and business skills, professional skills and substantive law.

 

WHY ATTEND

  • Hear about blockchain and the future of smart contracts 
  • Learn how to enforce so-called ‘click wrap’ agreements 
  • Hear tips on mitigating the risks with electronic signatures 
  • Balance the speed of contract negotiation with managing risk 
  • Hear about recent cases involving repudiation, damages and renewal 
  • Discuss recent developments involving ‘force majeure’, mistake and mitigation of loss 
  • Advance your negotiation skills with opposing lawyers

Official Publication

Australasian Lawyer is Australia’s leading independent news resource, concentrating on the real issues and challenges facing today’s legal professional, with in-depth features and analysis of what really matters. Australasian Lawyer also features high-level case studies, international and local profiles, interviews with domestic and international industry leaders as well as leading news makers in the field.

 

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Contact Us

Jurica Buenviaje
Event Coordinator

P: +61 2 8437 4715
E: jurica.buenviaje@keymedia.com

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