Lucas Keogh’s views on the key trends and developments in infrastructure
Tuesday July 18, 2017
Lucas Keogh is a Building and Infrastructure partner in HWL Ebsworth's Sydney office. With expertise in both law and engineering, he acts for a range of government and private entities particularly in relation to technical construction and engineering issues. Lucas has extensive drafting experience on a wide variety of construction contracts and is an expert dispute resolution and adjudication lawyer.
From a legal standpoint is there a difference between true life and docu-dramas?
Monday July 17, 2017
Michael Easton is a lawyer with 20 years' experience in the film, television, music and entertainment industries. Michael established his own practice, Michael Easton Legal in 2010 and acts for a broad range of clients including BMG Music Publishing Australia, Giant Dwarf, Flume, Nitro Circus, The Preatures, Screentime (producers of Underbelly) and Paul Fenech (Pizza, Bogan Hunters, Houses).
Key Trends and Developments in Education Law and Privacy Law
Friday July 14, 2017
Trenton Schreurs, Principal of Mclnnes Wilson Lawyers, enjoys being at the forefront of emerging trends, and therefore excels in the space of electronic and insurance law. He has a keen interest in developing technology and its intersection with the law.
Dr McCullagh on Initial Coin Offering’s (ICO’s)
Wednesday July 12, 2017
Adrian McCullagh ,Principal of Odmob Lawyers, has a LL.B.(Hons) as well as a computer Science degree and a Ph.D. in IT security. ODMOB Lawyers is a specialist law firm established by Dr. Adrian McCullagh to practice principally in high technology matter especially within the IT sector.
Fraser’s view on Duty, Bias and Delegations in Decision Making
Tuesday July 11, 2017
Fraser Robertson is a barrister and member of the Western Australian Bar Association who practices from John Toohey Chambers. Prior to joining the bar, Fraser worked in boutique litigation practices. Fraser is an experienced advocate, having appeared as Counsel in most State and Federal Courts, including the High Court of Australia. He will discuss How to Avoid your Decision Being Successfully Challenged.