This session include a demonstration of Webex and will feature Justice Forbes of the Supreme Court of Victoria as well as Sarah Codde, Manager of Digital Litigation Business Transformation at the Supreme Court.
The following individuals appear in this session. You can click through to view their profile or to browse the other sessions they have participated in.
This seminar explores what a practitioner can do to attract corporate clients to brief directly. Mediator Emily Dewberry draws on her experience as an insurance claims manager to give practitioners an insight into what corporate clients are looking for in their counsel, and how practitioners can use this knowledge to their benefit.
Directors of companies that trade overseas, and those of subsidiaries of overseas companies, may have duties imposed upon them by foreign law and be subject to the jurisdiction of foreign courts, especially where entities or their holding companies are approaching insolvency. Legal advisers have to be aware of the potential for that to occur. This presentation discusses the potential liability and provides examples of it. It also looks at and discusses the need to develop an understanding of how different legal systems impose duties on directors. This seminar is open to barristers, solicitors, in-house counsel and insolvency practitioners.
William Wainwright is a forensic psychologist with 18 years’ experience working with many government and non-government organizations. William has worked in-depth in the sexual offending field with adults, juveniles and clients with intellectual disabilities. He has acted as an expert in court on numerous occasions and consulted and trained with a variety of audiences, including the police, judges, lawyers, DHHS workers, child protection workers corrections workers and prison officers.
In this session William discusses:
Early Identification of stressors in the workplace
How work effects other areas of our lives.
Strategies to manage these stressors
Short, medium and long-term management of well being