CPD Seminar Papers

CPD Seminar Papers Cradle to Grave Conference 2018 (compilation of papers) EARN AIRPOINTS DOLLARS™ WITH ADLS STORE* Terms and conditions apply More

Litigation Guardians – Looking After Others and Looking After Yourself

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Robyn von Keisenberg, Barrister; Zannah Johnston, Crown Counsel Litigation guardians are appointed to protect the processes of the Court and to ensure that the interests of a litigant who has impaired capacity are protected against the disadvantage that the litigant would otherwise be under. These materials discuss the appointment process, the scope of the role, its risks and responsibilities and the relevant law.

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Your Legal Business: Technology – Tackling It, Taking It On and Transforming Your Practice

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Don Thomas, Director, Thomas & Co (incorporating Titirangi Law Centre); Arran Hunt, Principal, Virt Law; Lloyd Gallagher, Principal, Gallagher & Co; Hayley Weber, Office Manager, WRMK Lawyers and Managing Consultant, PageZERO | Chair: Geoff Hardy, Partner, Martelli McKegg Tech too much? Got your head in the Cloud? Don’t know your big data from your back end? These materials aim to illuminate and inspire about Cloud computing, dealing with IT companies, the digital/paperless office, the remote/virtual office, storage solutions and future-proofing – and get you thinking about how to approach these matters, or improve them, in your particular practice.

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The Administration of Estates: Dealing with those Thorny Issues

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Alison Gilbert, Partner, Brookfields; Paula Keuning, Senior Solicitor, Brookfields The Administration of Estates is often a matter of routine, but increasingly more complex or tricky situations arise. These materials will look at some of the more difficult scenarios that may face practitioners in this area of law and offer guidance on how to deal with them.

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The Youth Court: The CP(MIP) Act and Best Practice Procedures in Fitness Proceedings

Seminar Paper | Presenters: Lynne Mathieson , Police Prosecution Service; Gary Earley, Barrister; Dr Karmyn Billing, Clinical Psychologist, Lead Clinician, Regional Youth Forensic Service; Rebecca Keenan, Barrister | Chair: His Honour Judge Fitzgerald A recent Youth Justice inter-agency initiative in Manukau focused on the development of best practice processes to be followed in fitness proceedings in the Youth Court. The highly successful initiative has resulted in a one page, tick-box checklist and plain English explanatory notes both of which facilitate proceedings for practitioners. These materials will highlight how these documents may be used by lawyers practising in this area of law and what other best practice procedures can be adopted to ensure the most positive outcome for all parties involved. It will be highly relevant to those involved in Youth Justice outside of Manukau as well practitioners practising in other jurisdictions.

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Trade Marks: Protecting Your Clients’ IP

Webinar Paper | Presenters: Jenni Rutter, Partner, Kensington Swan; Rachel Colley, Partner, Create IP Trade marks have great commercial value in today’s competitive markets. This means that there is much to consider when registering a trade mark or endeavouring to ensure it is not infringed. These materials will look at how trade marks need to be considered in commercial transactions, how to secure and register trade marks, and how to deal with disputes relating to them.

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