This is a panel session which discusses the legal issues that arise in bankruptcy cases in relation to family law matters. The panel, chaired by Geoffrey Dickson QC consists of barristers Leslie Glick QC, Peter Fary and Catherine Gobbo, as well as Family Court Justice Paul Cronin.
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.
This is a debate between barristers Damien McAloon and Katherine Brazenor on the issue of whether the peak indebtedness rule remains an essential part of Australian Law. The Moderator is retired Federal Court Judge, the Honourable Ray Finkelstein AO, QC. The debate is sparked by the New Zealand Court of Appeal rejection of the peak indebtedness rule in Timberworld Ltd v Levin .
This seminar discusses serious misconduct, summary dismissal and employment contracts, with a focus on the case of Melbourne Stadiums Limited v Sautner (2015) FCAFC 20. The seminar is presented by barrister Jonathon Forbes and senior Deakin University Law Lecturer Dr. Victoria Lambropoulos. The presentations are followed by a Q & A session, moderated by Paul O’Grady S.C.