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Auckland Central

Retirement Villages: Advising on the Wisdom of the Transaction (in person)

This seminar will consider the advice lawyers give to clients prior to them entering a retirement village including how to engage with clients and those areas where special care needs to be taken.

Presenters: Megan Bawden, Director, WRMK Lawyers; Glen Low, Partner, Franklin Law | Chair: Troy Churton, National Manager (Retirement Villages), Commission for Financial Capability.
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Retirement Villages: Advising on the Wisdom of the Transaction (live stream)

This seminar will consider the advice lawyers give to clients prior to them entering a retirement village including how to engage with clients and those areas where special care needs to be taken.

Presenters: Megan Bawden, Director, WRMK Lawyers; Glen Low, Partner, Franklin Law | Chair: Troy Churton, National Manager (Retirement Villages), Commission for Financial Capability.
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available

Engaging with the Commerce Commission (Webinar)

The Commerce Commission, New Zealand's primary competition and trade practices regulatory agency enjoys significant powers of investigation and enforcement. This webinar will look at these powers as they apply to the Commerce Act and other consumer legislation and provide insights into how lawyers can best advise clients when engaging with the Commission.

Presenters: John Land, Barrister, Bankside Chambers; Katie Rusbatch, Competition Manager, Commerce Commission
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $105.00
Group pricing available

Company Creditor Compromises: Options and Consequences (Webinar)

This webinar on company creditor compromises will, looking at recent case law developments, consider when such compromises are appropriate and their advantages over other options available to nearly insolvent companies. It will also look at some of the procedural requirements including the key question of creditor classes.

Presenters: Daniel Kalderimis, Partner, Chapman Tripp; Jeremy Upson, Senior Solicitor, Chapman Tripp
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $105.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

The Search and Surveillance Act in the Digital Age (in person)

This seminar will look at the current law regarding search, surveillance and their inter-relationship with a focus on digital matters.

Presenters: Warren Young QSO, General Manager, Independent Police Conduct Authority; David Jones QC, Barrister; Robin McCoubrey, Partner, Meredith Connell | Chair: Dr David Harvey, Faculty of Law, Auckland University
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The Search and Surveillance Act in the Digital Age (live stream)

This seminar will look at the current law regarding search, surveillance and their inter-relationship with a focus on digital matters.

Presenters: Warren Young QSO, General Manager, Independent Police Conduct Authority; David Jones QC, Barrister; Robin McCoubrey, Partner, Meredith Connell | Chair: Dr David Harvey, Faculty of Law, Auckland University
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (1) The Role of the Compliance Officer (in person)

Each reporting entity is required to designate an AML/CFT Compliance Officer to administer and maintain its AML/CFT programme. The extent of the role will depend on how each practice establishes its compliance framework, but the appointment does need to be carefully considered in terms of both responsibilities and liabilities.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (1) The Role of the Compliance Officer (live stream)

Each reporting entity is required to designate an AML/CFT Compliance Officer to administer and maintain its AML/CFT programme. The extent of the role will depend on how each practice establishes its compliance framework, but the appointment does need to be carefully considered in terms of both responsibilities and liabilities.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (1-4) Composite Package [all four sessions] (live stream)

This series of seminars is designed to provide practitioners with the tools to understand their AML/CFT obligations and gain insights into how to approach and manage those obligations with confidence and in the most time efficient manner.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor
Live Stream CPD6hrs
Members $340.00
Non-members $495.00
Group pricing available

Who Gets What? Priorities and Clawbacks During Liquidation (Webinar)

Two central components of the liquidation regime are the clawback provisions which empower liquidators to recover assets paid out before liquidation and Schedule 7 which establishes the relative priority of unsecured creditors in respect of the company’s remaining assets. This seminar will provide an overview of both the clawback provisions and Schedule 7.

Presenters: Tony Johnson, Partner, Martelli McKegg; Tim Fitzgerald, Partner, Bell Gully
Webinar CPD1.25hrs
Members $85.00
Non-members $120.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Criminal Law Pot Pourri 2017 (in person)

A must-attend event for those practising in criminal law, exploring three important topics: • Update on major new case law regarding mens rea; • Name suppression; and • Bail – what you should know, recent developments.

Presenters: Ian Brookie, Barrister; Nick Chisnall, Barrister; Julie-Anne Kincade, Barrister | Chair: His Honour Judge Nevin Dawson
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Criminal Law Pot Pourri 2017 (live stream)

A must-attend event for those practising in criminal law, exploring three important topics: • Update on major new case law regarding mens rea; • Name suppression; and • Bail – what you should know, recent developments.

Presenters: Ian Brookie, Barrister; Nick Chisnall, Barrister; Julie-Anne Kincade, Barrister | Chair: His Honour Judge Nevin Dawson
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

Burning Issues in Employment Law Forum 2017 (forum)

This years Forum will cover such searing issues as the question of “availability” pursuant to s 67D of the Employment Relations Act 2000, employees’ obligations to disclose criminal charges, the incandescent problems of hurt and humiliation, redeployment and penalties together with the blazing heat of the proposed pay equity legislation.

Presenters: His Honour Judge Smith; Kylie Dunn, Partner, Russell McVeagh; Philip Skelton QC
Forum CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (2) Risk Assessments (in person)

While there will be commonality of risk among many legal practices, fundamentally no two practices are the same, and to date the supervisors have stressed the importance of ensuring that risk assessments are sufficiently particularised to each individual reporting entity’s business, taking into account their client (customer) base and range of services.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (2) Risk Assessments (live stream)

While there will be commonality of risk among many legal practices, fundamentally no two practices are the same, and to date the supervisors have stressed the importance of ensuring that risk assessments are sufficiently particularised to each individual reporting entity’s business, taking into account their client (customer) base and range of services.

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Confronting Complaints (in person)

It’s every lawyer’s worst nightmare come to life, you receive a complaint against you. What do you do next? How should you treat it? This seminar will focus on the lifecycle of a complaint from commencement to conclusion, and will discuss what steps you as a lawyer should take at each stage. It will highlight the range of complaints that can be made.

Presenters: Grant Illingworth QC; Henry Laubscher, Barrister; Chris Browne, Partner, Wilson Harle | Chair: Paul Collins, Barrister, Shortland Chambers
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Confronting Complaints (live stream)

It’s every lawyer’s worst nightmare come to life, you receive a complaint against you. What do you do next? How should you treat it? This seminar will focus on the lifecycle of a complaint from commencement to conclusion, and will discuss what steps you as a lawyer should take at each stage. It will highlight the range of complaints that can be made.

Presenters: Grant Illingworth QC; Henry Laubscher, Barrister; Chris Browne, Partner, Wilson Harle | Chair: Paul Collins, Barrister, Shortland Chambers
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Cyber Security for Lawyers (workshop)

Cyber security is certainly one of the biggest risks facing legal practices today. Yet it is often overlooked or underplayed. This workshop, utilising the facilities at the Bell Gully Computer Lab, U of A, will cover, in a practical and hands-on way, some of the main security issues facing small to medium-sized practices and provide insights into the protections and solutions available.

Presenters: Dr David Harvey, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland; Lloyd Gallagher, Partner, Gallagher & Co Consultants; Edwin Lim, Partner, Hudson Gavin Martin; Arran Hunt, Solicitor, Turner Hopkins
Workshop CPD3hrs
Members $300.00
Non-members $400.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Health and Safety Prosecutions: The Issue of Reparations (in person)

Reparations in the context of a prosecution under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 seem to give rise to more questions than answers. Taking the form of a discussion, this seminar will look, from a variety of perspectives, at some of the problems and consider ways that they may be dealt with.

Presenters: Lucy Moffitt, Senior Solicitor, WorkSafe; Rob Coltman, Partner, Duncan Cotterill; Grant Nicholson, Partner, Kensington Swan | Chair: Her Honour Chief Judge Doogue
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Health and Safety Prosecutions: The Issue of Reparations (live stream)

Reparations in the context of a prosecution under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 seem to give rise to more questions than answers. Taking the form of a discussion, this seminar will look, from a variety of perspectives, at some of the problems and consider ways that they may be dealt with.

Presenters: Lucy Moffitt, Senior Solicitor, WorkSafe; Rob Coltman, Partner, Duncan Cotterill; Grant Nicholson, Partner, Kensington Swan | Chair: Her Honour Chief Judge Doogue
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Data and Electronic Records: Gathering, Analysis and Use (in person)

As mobile devices, social media, and web archives change the nature of digital evidence, will you be able to address the increasing complexity? Our experienced panel will provide guidance about the types of data available, its ownership and acquisition, plus analysis and use, as well as showing how this applies to a range of legal areas.

Presenters: Dr A Sathyendran, Principal Consultant, AnS Consulting; Chris Budge, Director, Forensic, KPMG Advisory; David Horsburgh, Licensed Security Consultant, Security Risk Management; Ron Mansfield, Barrister, 22 Lorne Chambers | Chair: Dr David Harvey
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Data and Electronic Records: Gathering, Analysis and Use (live stream)

As mobile devices, social media, and web archives change the nature of digital evidence, will you be able to address the increasing complexity? Our experienced panel will provide guidance about the types of data available, its ownership and acquisition, plus analysis and use, as well as showing how this applies to a range of legal areas.

Presenters: Dr A Sathyendran, Principal Consultant, AnS Consulting; Chris Budge, Director, Forensic, KPMG Advisory; David Horsburgh, Licensed Security Consultant, Security Risk Management; Ron Mansfield, Barrister, 22 Lorne Chambers | Chair: Dr David Harvey
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland South

Cross-Examination (workshop)

Cross-Examination can make or break your case. In this learn-by-doing workshop, you will get individualised feedback from experienced practitioners in the field and members of the judiciary. Refine your cross-examination skills to increase your confidence and competitive edge.

Presenters: Facilitators: Paul Dacre QC; Marie Dyhrberg QC; Aaron Perkins QC; Paul Borich QC; Ish Jayanandan; Denise Wallwork; Tiffany Cooper; Sam McMullan | Moderators: Judge Gus Andrée Wiltens; Judge David Sharp; Judge Gerard Winter; Judge John Bergseng
Workshop CPD3hrs
Members $235.00
Non-members $335.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (3) Customer Due Diligence (in person)

Simply stated, the more you know about your client and how they operate, the more likely it is you will be able to readily identify when something doesn’t add up. This session will look at the timing of Customer Due Diligence (CDD), and discuss how you can incorporate this into your practice’s operating procedures, as well as the three types of due

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Vincent McCartney, Verifi Identity Services
Seminar CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

The AML/CFT Toolkit Series: (3) Customer Due Diligence (live stream)

Simply stated, the more you know about your client and how they operate, the more likely it is you will be able to readily identify when something doesn’t add up. This session will look at the timing of Customer Due Diligence (CDD), and discuss how you can incorporate this into your practice’s operating procedures, as well as the three types of due

Presenters: Fiona Hall, Barrister and Solicitor; Vincent McCartney, Verifi Identity Services
Live Stream CPD1.5hrs
Members $100.00
Non-members $145.00
Group pricing available

Auckland Central

MHRT: The Essentials and The Unexplored (forum)

This forum will look at the nuts and bolts of the processes at play in the Tribunal in addition to giving insights into the often unexplored application of human rights principles and their relevance.

Presenters: Robyn von Keisenberg, Barrister, Deputy Convenor, Mental Health Review Tribunal; Paul Hannah-Jones, Barrister; Dr Lillian Ng, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland; Kris Gledhill, Associate Professor, AUT | Chair: Judge Pippa Sinclair
Forum CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

MHRT: The Essentials and The Unexplored (live stream)

This forum will look at the nuts and bolts of the processes at play in the Tribunal in addition to giving insights into the often unexplored application of human rights principles and their relevance.

Presenters: Robyn von Keisenberg, Barrister, Deputy Convenor, Mental Health Review Tribunal; Paul Hannah-Jones, Barrister; Dr Lillian Ng, Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland; Kris Gledhill, Associate Professor, AUT | Chair: Judge Pippa Sinclair
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Civil Claims Against Lawyers (in person)

You’re juggling a busy schedule when you suddenly need to get involved in a claim made against a lawyer, perhaps against one of your partners, an employee, external colleague or even you. What do you do?

Presenters: Daniel McLellan QC, Shortland Chambers; Rowan Butler, Barrister, Bankside Chambers; Matthew Harris, Partner, Gilbert Walker | Chair: Paul Collins, Barrister, Shortland Chambers
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available
Auckland Central

Civil Claims Against Lawyers (live stream)

You’re juggling a busy schedule when you suddenly need to get involved in a claim made against a lawyer, perhaps against one of your partners, an employee, external colleague or even you. What do you do?

Presenters: Daniel McLellan QC, Shortland Chambers; Rowan Butler, Barrister, Bankside Chambers; Matthew Harris, Partner, Gilbert Walker | Chair: Paul Collins, Barrister, Shortland Chambers
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Group pricing available

Commercial Law Series: Directors’ Risks: Managing Personal Exposure (Webinar)

Actions can be brought against Directors personally by one or more of the following persons: • a shareholder; • the Company; • a liquidator; • a regulator (including the IRD); and • a holder of a personal guarantee. This webinar will outline those actions, the consequences, and the practical and legal steps a Director can take.

Presenters: Brent Norling, Director, Norling Law; Christopher Lee, Partner, Hesketh Henry; Stephanie Corban, Senior Associate, Hesketh Henry
Webinar CPD1.25hrs
Members $85.00
Non-members $120.00
Group pricing available

Words On Trial (Webinar)

Expert forensic linguistic evidence helped unmask the 1996 Unabomber, revealed the author of Primary Colours and in New Zealand assisted with the Carmen Thomas murder case, the acquittal of David Bain, and the resolution of a trademark dispute between Intercity and the Naked Bus.Forensic linguistics is the application of linguistic knowledge.

Presenters: Dr Bronwen Innes, Honorary Research Fellow
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $105.00
Group pricing available