First Annual Melbourne 10 CPD Point Masterclass: A One Day Masterclass (10 CPD units)

Masterclass,Law Other,First Annual Melbourne 10 CPD Point Masterclass:  A One Day Masterclass (10 CPD units)
Tuesday 24 March 2020

Adina Apartment Hotel, Melbourne

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Earn 10 CPD units including the compulsory subjects by attending this one-day Masterclass.  7 substantive law units at the Masterclass and we’ll supply 3 free recorded video webinars covering each of the compulsory subjects to view at your leisure.  So all up you will earn your 10 CPD units for this CPD year.  All delegates will receive a CPD certificate following the conference.


This conference has been specifically designed to enable Victorian lawyers to meet their CPD requirements. The substantive law topics have been carefully selected from our wide range of two-day specialist conferences and feature some of our best presenters.

  • Off the Plan Changes – Who it Impacts and How

    • Developers are impacted with changes to the Sale of Land Act. This session looks at the impact of these changes plus updates on stamp duty liability impacting foreign investors.

  • Practice and Procedure in Retail Leases: Key Developments and Recent Updates

    • Retail leasing law is constantly evolving and it pays to be ahead of the changes. This session unpacks the latest developments and cases for Victorian practitioners.

  • Fixtures and Chattels and the Inner Workings of the PPSA

    • There are questions always arising out of the workings of the PPSA and how to ensure you don’t lose priority.This session looks at fixtures, chattels and ensuring you maintain priority, and best protect your client’s position.

  • Selling a Business – Managing the Back End of the Deal

    • Finalizing a sale of business transaction can be a challenge if the foundations are not right. This session looks at managing the end of the sale process to ensure everything stacks up practically and legally.

  • Too Ill to Will? Bedside Wills and Testamentary Capacity

    • When wills become urgent, practitioners need to not only act fast, but also manage risk in difficult circumstances.

  • When Executors Fall Out and Other Joint Executor Conundrums

    • The appointment of joint executors is not unusual. Nor is the potential for things to go wrong. This session looks at what can happen when joint executors fall out and the type of orders a court can make.

  • Data Protection Obligations in Commercial Contracts

    • Many commercial transactions involve the handling of personal information. Australia’s new compulsory data breach notification scheme highlights the need for contractual obligations in your commercial agreement to help ensure the proper handling of this data. This session covers how to adequately deal with privacy and data security obligations in your commercial contracts.


Richard Brooks, Consultant, Ashurst, Melbourne

Michael Lanyon, Partner, Logie-Smith Lanyon Lawyers, Melbourne

Max Cameron, Partner, Minter Ellison, Melbourne

Jordan Engwerda, Senior Associate, Minter Ellison, Melbourne

Graeme Scott, Special Counsel, Hall & Wilcox, Melbourne

Andrew Komesaroff, Partner, Colin Biggers & Paisley, Melbourne

Toby Norgate, Partner, Colin Biggers & Paisley, Melbourne

Edward Skilton, Special Counsel, Sladen Legal, Melbourne

Ursula Stanisich, Barrister & Mediator, Victorian Bar, Melbourne

Robyn Chatwood, Partner, Dentons, Melbourne


If you register and pay by 21 February 2020 you will pay only $880a saving of $110 off the full price conference registration fee of $990.

Multiple registration discount?  If you would like to send more than one person from your company to this masterclass, please ask Jenna about the discounts available for multiple registrations:  The more you send, the greater the discount. or phone (03) 8601 7729.

If you need assistance or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact our Conference Coordinator, Jenna Pickrell on (03) 96702055 or email:

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Product Code: MELMAR20
 Price:   $990.00 (Inclusive of GST)