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Your Professional Responsibility to Identify, Manage and Reduce Stress with Joanna Green

Monday January 15, 2018

Joanna is a highly experienced lawyer with specialised expertise and interest in the health, transport and government sectors. She regularly advises a number of the key players in these highly regulated sectors in relation to a broad range of legal issues. She also has extensive experience advising private and public sector clients on commercial, regulatory, privacy and consumer law issues. Joanna is a Principal of Hive Legal, an innovative NewLaw firm which has disrupted the legal profession by doing away with time sheets, providing a flexible cloud based work environment for its team and embracing the smart use of technology and innovative solutions to assist clients.
Tim Houweling on Compulsory Land Acquisition and Compensation Claims

Friday January 12, 2018

Tim Houweling is a Partner at Cornerstone Legal and Adjunct Professor of Law at Murdoch University. Tim has primarily practiced law involving Town Planning, Environmental Law, Native Title, Land Compensation matters, and Local Government Law in the Supreme Court and the State Administrative Tribunal.
How to deal with Conflicts, Oversight or Inadvertent Mistakes with Elizabeth Shearer

Friday January 12, 2018

Elizabeth Shearer has been a solicitor for 30 years and spent 14 of those years working at Legal Aid Queensland, where she was Director of Client Information, Advice and Civil Justice Services.
Dan Rogers on Ethical Issues for Criminal Lawyers

Tuesday January 9, 2018

Dan Rogers first joined Robertson O'Gorman Solicitors in 2005. He is one of the two Directors of the firm. Dan has obtained a Specialist Accreditation in Criminal Law, making him one of the top-performing solicitors in Queensland and one of 28 people in Queensland to receive that accreditation. He graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology and criminology.
Division 7A - The ongoing nightmare

Wednesday December 6, 2017

Peter Bembrick has been providing tax assistance to businesses and individuals since he joined HLB Mann Judd more than 25 years ago, becoming a partner in 2004. Peter is particularly well regarded for his broad practical understanding of domestic and international tax issues, including specific expertise in tax consolidation and capital gains tax including tax effective business sales and restructures and applying small business concessions. Peter's opinions and expertise are widely sought after by industry and peers. He has served on advisory committees for Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand, has written numerous articles and provided comments for a wide range of business publications and media outlets. Peter is the current chair of the HLB Mann Judd Australasian Tax Committee, and is also very active within HLB International, assisting his clients in partnership with colleagues in HLB offices all over the world.
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