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The Public Works and Utilities Committee have recommended that Queensland's Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Bill be passed with very few recommendations for amendment. Of the recommendations made by the committee, the following are of particular interest… http://ow.ly/vE6M30fYAHB

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Missed out on attending our recent Sydney Insurance Law Seminar ‘Third Party Claims against Insurers – Cutting out the Middleman’? Check out this seminar overview to find out more about what was covered http://ow.ly/CCD830fX6p4

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Invitation: Brisbane Insurance Law Seminar, 22 November - ‘Third Party Claims against Insurers - Cutting out the Middleman’ – Although a policy of insurance is a contract between an insurer and an insured, commonwealth and state legislation enables third party claimants to access insurance monies directly in certain circumstances. Join Partner, Tony Mylne as he examines the development of, and recent changes to, the law in this area. This will be of interest to those in insurance and to insolvency practitioners who wish to understand when they can sue an insurer direct and not worry about pursuing an insolvent, or potentially insolvent, insured. RSVP http://ow.ly/b1Pi30ffRJO

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RSVP ends this coming Monday 23 October! Sydney Health & Aged Care Law Seminar, 26 October 2017 - ‘Litigation and #MentalHealth’ - Mental health is a growing issue in the health and aged care sector and is an area of medicine vulnerable to litigation. This seminar will review a number of recent cases involving mental health patients and consider some of the areas where practitioners and businesses are at risk of litigation and how to manage and minimise these risks in the future. #aushealth http://ow.ly/tOrx30fol9Z

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It was a perfect day to attend the Association for Women in Insurance NSW Spring Luncheon with guests. Thank you Women in Insurance for a fantastic event and guest speaker Mick Colliss - author, writer, sports commentator and former vice-captain for the first ever Australian Sudoku team, for his hilarious insight into the world of Sudoku!
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Congratulations to the finalists in the #LawyersWeekly #WomenInLaw Awards, including one of our own lawyers - #Employment, IR & Workplace Safety Associate, Phoebe Blank. We’re super excited and proud! See you at the Awards on 20 October… http://ow.ly/83lX30eWxRk
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Health News Alert: ‘New South Wales District Court - Practice Note No. 1’ - There are various changes made which will come into effect on 16 October 2017. The essence of this Practice Note is to facilitate the just, quick, and cheap resolution of matters in the Court, and this practice note applies to cases in the General List of the District Court in the Sydney, Gosford and Newcastle registries. The Court aims to complete matters within 12 months of commencement. http://ow.ly/orxm30fQfUN

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Do you know about Queensland's Building Industry Fairness (Security of Payment) Bill 2017? Our recent Building & #Construction NewsFlash discusses the purpose of the Bill's provisions, including the set up of project bank accounts, amendments to the Building and Construction #IndustryPaymentsAct, clarification and updates to the wording of the #Subcontractors Charges Act and changes to the Queensland Building and #ConstructionCommissionAct. http://ow.ly/1TT730fOzMd

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Congratulations to Khushaal Vyas, a Law Clerk in our Sydney office who, after receiving the NSW Student Leader of the Year Award has gone on to take out the Australian Student Leader of the Year Award, as part of the Australian Leadership Excellence Awards. The Awards are run by the Australian Institute of Managers and Leaders and showcase individuals who have made significant impacts and contributions to their community and organisations. Well done Khushaal!
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Invitation: Brisbane Insurance Law Seminar, 24 October - ‘Third Party Claims against Insurers - Cutting out the Middleman’ – Although a policy of insurance is a contract between an insurer and an insured, commonwealth and state legislation enables third party claimants to access insurance monies directly in certain circumstances. Join Partner, Tony Mylne as he examines the development of, and recent changes to, the law in this area. This will be of interest to those in insurance and to insolvency practitioners who wish to understand when they can sue an insurer direct and not worry about pursuing an insolvent, or potentially insolvent, insured. RSVP http://ow.ly/b1Pi30ffRJO
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