In this Q&A Session, Wendy Harris QC discusses the Tabcorp and Tatts litigation including: statutory claims and interpretations; principles of redundancy and illegality; contract construction; the intersection of contract and statute and contractual and statutory rights.
This CPD session highlights the assistance that forensic accountants and fraud investigators can provide to legal professionals, particularly in the investigation stages, and further in the analysis stages in fraud cases. Key areas covered in this CPD include: the costs & facts of fraud, bribery & corruption; cases studies; foreign bribery & corruption types of forensic accountants engagements; what forensic accountants and certified fraud examiners do, and compares the differences between auditing and forensic investigations.
This CPD is a seminar which examines the case Johnston v Endeavour Energy  NSWSC 1117, which concerned the rights of class plaintiffs and insurers in class actions. Helen Tiplady and Jeff Gleeson QC also provide some practical considerations for those advising class plaintiffs and insurers.
This CPD seminar discusses the changes to video conferencing with clients in custody. This seminar outlines the changes in legislation concerning video links from clients in custody and connecting them to the court system. The panel outlines The Justice Legislation (Evidence and Other Acts) Amendment Bill 2016 and discusses how these changes will affect not only the court system but both the client and their counsel.