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Greenway Chambers’ CPD program is available to all legal professionals. Please check back here for information on upcoming events. Alternatively, email our Clerk or call (02) 9151 2999 for more details.
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19-Sep-19 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

Security of Payments - 2019 Amendments 11 Places remaining

Level 10, 99 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

The NSW Government recently announced that the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Amendment 2018 and the accompanying regulation will commence on 21 October 2019.

To prepare for those changes Frank Hicks SC and Adele Carr will build on their presentation last year on the amending legislation and provide guidance as to the likely impact on contract administration, adjudication and litigation of the pending amendments.

Please join us at 5.15pm for the seminar, which will be followed by drinks and canapés.

1 CPD point in Substantive Law.

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26-Sep-19 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

No Oral Modification Clauses 24 Places remaining

Level 10, 99 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Do recent obiter comments in Bundanoon Sandstone Pty Ltd v Cenric Group Pty Ltd; TWT Property Group Pty Limited v Cenric Group Pty Limited [2019] NSWCA 87 and White v Philips Electronics Australia Ltd t/as Philips Healthcare [2019] NSWCA 115 indicate a potential reconsideration of the principle of freedom of contract in circumstances where the parties have previously agreed in writing that there will be no oral modifications to their contract? And would that be a good thing, particularly where it is a complex building and construction contract?

Presented by: Ben Jacobs and Ashley Cameron
Chaired by: Ian Roberts SC

Please join us at 5.15pm for the seminar, which will be followed by drinks and canapés.

1 CPD point in Substantive Law.

 

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24-Oct-19 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

Trust Issues for Insolvency Lawyers: Amerind and beyond – practical issues for dealing with trust assets explained 39 Places remaining

Level 10, 99 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Circulating interests, s 433 of the Corporations Act, and numerous plurality judgments, Carter Holt Harvey Woodproducts Australia Pty Ltd v The Commonwealth, better known as Amerind, has it all. The High Court has both given clarity to the operation of trusts in insolvency and thrown up a series of new issues.

Stephen Ipp and Michael Swanson will provide an update on the state of trusts in insolvency law and delve into some of the issues that arise out of the judgment and possible solutions for practitioners.

Please join us at 5.15pm for the seminar, which will be followed by drinks and canapés.

1 CPD point in Substantive Law.


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