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A great way to gain your CPD/CPE points
As lawyers, we understand how difficult it can be to meet your minimum CPD/CPE requirements. This is why we have created a free seminar program specifically for accountants, covering a range of interesting and relevant topics.
Our expert legal team has built a comprehensive seminar program and we invite you to participate. Slater and Gordon’s lawyers regularly deal with accountants and understand the legal issues you confront when advising your clients. Our seminars are designed to provide practical tips and equip you with the skills and knowledge you can apply in your practice.
Two seminars will be held before the end of the calendar year. Details are provided below.
Further seminars will be held in 2017. Further details will be provided upon confirmation of dates. To ensure you receive advance notice of these upcoming seminars, please register your details.
Tuesday, 11 October 2016
Life and Disability Insurance: How to Stay Out of Trouble
A series of recent cases have highlighted the risk of advisors being liable when they get their advice on insurance wrong. This session will highlight some of the key risks to advisors and their clients, from the start of the insurance process (applying for cover) to the end (disputes about claims), and how to avoid them, or in circumstances where they can’t be avoided, how to deal with them.
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Where Accountants get Caught Out: Professional Negligence Claims
This topic will discuss the legal claims that are commonly brought against accountants and provide tips on what you can do to mitigate the risk of future claims. The seminar will cover the following:
- what is professional negligence
- coverage and scope of liability issues
- practical issues arising in professional negligence claims.
Venue: Slater and Gordon, Ground Floor Reception, 485 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
Time: 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start. Concludes at 7:00pm. Light refreshments will be served.