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In this seminar there will be a discussion of techniques and strategies on how to champion and see the passage of legislation while serving in the minority party of a legislature, with specific reference to:
Rishi Gulati has advanced claims on behalf of individuals before several international tribunals and fora, including on behalf of Baby Gammy before the UN Human Rights Committee. In this CPD, Rishi discusses the options that claimants may have when pursuing international justice, including at the UN Committee Against Torture and the UN Human Rights Committee. Rishi discusses procedural steps necessary before claims may be raised at the international level, including discussing the rule on the exhaustion of domestic remedies.
In this Q&A Session, Stewart Maiden discusses cross border insolvency law – what it is, why it is important, questions of jurisdictional diversity, modified universalism, the UNCITRAL Model law, foreign proceedings and centre of main interests. Stewart also discusses the cases of Akers v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, Legend International Holdings Inc (in liq) v Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited and the Hanjin Shipping case.
This seminar examines enforcement of a foreign judgment based on submission to jurisdiction. It discusses the Privy Council decision in Vizcaya Partners Ltd v Picard & Anor  UKPC 5; the role of experts on foreign Law; and both the Foreign Judgments Act 1962 (Vic) and the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 (Cth).