In conversation with Stephen Wright on Aboriginal Land Rights Act
Wednesday September 27, 2017
Stephen Wright is currently the Chief Operation Officer at the Deerubbin Local Aboriginal Land Council (DLALC), one of the largest private landowners in Western Sydney. He is a graduate in politics and law from Macquarie University and was the Registrar of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act for 18 years before commencing his new role in early 2017.
Dhun Karai on the impact of the new RBA payment regulations to retailer
Monday August 28, 2017
Dhun Karai is a Partner in the Financial Advisory Division of Grant Thornton Australia. She has 25 years’ experience in senior executive roles at the Commonwealth Bank, Credit Union Services and Woolworths Ltd.
In conversation with Lisa Huett and Peta Stevenson, King & Wood Mallesons
Friday August 25, 2017
Lisa Huett (Partner, Melbourne) and Peta Stevenson (Partner, Sydney) of King & Wood Mallesons will be discussing Competition and Consumer Law issues.
In conversation with Jacqueline Downes and Robert Walker on the key trends and developments in competition and consumer law
Monday August 21, 2017
Jacqueline Downes and Robert Walker of Allens Competition Law Group discuss issues in competition and consumer law.
Film & TV Law: Content Gathering and New Technologies
Tuesday August 15, 2017
Grant McAvaney, is a senior media and entertainment lawyer with extensive litigation and commercial law experience. Grant performed significant work (both as a solicitor and as counsel) for a variety of News Limited entities while at Minter Ellison where he was a Partner. He was later Senior Legal Counsel at Ninemsn, before joining the ABC to head their litigation team. The ABC provides Grant with a variety of complex and interesting matters which come from all areas including News, Radio, TV, Online and Factual alike. Grant’s wealth of varied legal experience includes pre-publication work, defamation, contempt, newsgathering, intellectual property, privacy and confidentiality, contractual issues and legislative/policy reviews. He has also been active in the wider profession, including lecturing media law to University students and members of the Media & Entertainment Arts Alliance, and he was recently awarded a 2017 Pro Bono Award by the Arts Law Centre of Australia.