SA/NT Division Conference & Dinner
The half-day conference was designed for practitioners to stay up to date with developments, as well as sharing industry best practice. The conference was followed by pre-dinner drinks and dinner, which provided the delegates an opportunity to catch-up with peers and network throughout the evening.
Being an expert: Giving expert evidence in insolvency proceedings – an introduction to the role of expert in the litigation process (including the issue of independence), including which topics IPs might be asked to provide expert opinions on, compiling expert reports and preparing to give evidence in court.
Presenter: Scott Foreman, Principal, Lipman Karas
Psychological safety, mental health & inclusion: 2021’s buzz-trends or the keys to business success? Shining a light on how we support our people through and beyond COVID. An expert in workplace culture change, Jo Marshall helped delegates understand the lessons of COVID and how they can cut through the noise to ensure they are not just doing what’s ‘right’, but doing it in a business savvy way.
Presenter: Jo Marshall, Founder & CEO, Culturise
Avoid at all costs: Personal costs orders & the denial of indemnity – a panel discussion with Wendy Jones, Partner, Dentons Fisher Jeffries; and Delano Leen, Senior Associate, Dentons Fisher Jeffries.
Practical issues with the small business restructuring regime – practical issues arising from restructuring and simplified liquidations including a discussion of recent cases.
Panel discussion with: Kim Arnold, Policy & Education Director, ARITA; and Mike Hayes, Partner, Piper Alderman
Plus special dinner speaker: Tim Boast from Never Never Distilling Co.
Date: Tuesday, 30 March 2021
Venue: Adelaide Oval, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide, SA 5006
Networking dinner: Book an individual ticket or a table of 10 and invite clients at the popular networking dinner.
Rates to attend
| All prices include GST
| Dinner ticket
| Dinner Guest Ticket
| Table of 10
Up to 3 CPE hours
COVID-safe and booking with confidence
We know that the world has changed and there is always going to be
uncertainty around events in the age of a pandemic, so here is our
approach to making this work:
- The event will be fully COVID-safe and compliant above and
beyond any basic government health requirements to do what we reasonably
can to protect your health and safety and that of all attendees. That
will include appropriate social distancing and other measures.
- COVID cancellation: if the event is cancelled or has to be moved due to COVID issues, we will offer you a full refund.
- If you’re unwell we will offer a cancel-on-the-day refund. It’s
in everyone’s interest to ensure anyone who feels unwell stays away from
events, so we will offer you a full refund if you are showing any
COVID-like symptoms with no questions asked.