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ACS Queensland and Active Law presents: Contract Law Essentials for Tech SMEs and Professionals

Andrew Redburn, Director, and Phillipa Hooper, Senior Associate from ACS Queensland Preferred Legal Partner Active Law, will present on the topic of contract essentials and why you should get your contracts reviewed by lawyers.

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Mon, 31 Aug, 04:08 PM

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    Wed, 02 Sep, 07:00 PM
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<span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;">In this free member webinar, Andrew and Phillipa will look at some common contractual provisions (as well as the interplay between these) along with common insurance provisions, that could have a significant impact on your business.  If things go wrong, it could be the difference between staying in business and being put out of business.<br><br>With the influx of work in the ICT sector, the focus for many is setting up/expanding the business, getting the project across the line and keeping the operation running, without fully understanding the impact of contract terms that might be entered into along the way. </span></span><br><br><span style="font-size: 11pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri,sans-serif;">If you have any questions you would like addressed in the presentation, you can submit them to <a href="mailto:[email protected]" style="color: #0563c1; text-decoration: underline;" target="_blank">[email protected]</a> and these will be collated for Andrew and Phillipa to address in the webinar.<br><br>***********</span></span><br><br><b>Notice for all attendees including ACS Professional Year Students</b><br>When attending virtual events, to claim and qualify for the required CPD hours, Professional Year students need to attend the online event in its entirety, which will be tracked by the ACS events team.<br><br>If a cloaking software program is used when connecting to an online event, your attendance cannot be recorded and CPD hours cannot be allocated. This does not include the use of VPN.<br><br><u><b>Please allow up to 2 weeks for CPD hours to be allocated to your membership profile.</b></u><br><br><i>For the sole purpose of registering you for this event, your registration details have been shared with Redback conferencing. Please refer to the Redback Data Policy at https://www.redbackconnect.com.au/privacy-policy/ for confirmation that the data will not be used for any other purpose outside of this webinar.</i>

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2

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Business risk management (BURM) -> Level 4

Speaker

Andrew Redburn

Andrew Redburn

Andrew Redburn - Legal Practitioner Director
Andrew has extensive experience in proving advice on commercial matters and in commercial litigation. He combines his detailed understanding of insurance principles and a focus on commercial objectives that mean you will get sensible, commercial and cost effective advice to help you achieve your objectives or resolve your dispute.

Andrew has practised throughout his career in commercial litigation/commercial dispute resolution. He has provided commercial and dispute related legal services to individuals, small-medium businesses, large corporations and bodies corporate. Before becoming a Director of Active Law, he previously worked for a leading Insurance based Law Firm advising national Insurers in respect of professional negligence, public liability and product liability matters as well as policy interpretation Professional Indemnity Claims. Andrew has also worked with a large national firm, primarily in leasing disputes, trade practices and misrepresentation matters, contract interpretation disputes, insolvency and general commercial litigation.
 
Prior to entering the practice of law, Andrew was a scientist having graduated from Griffith University with first class honours. It is this scientific grounding that has developed Andrew’s analytical approach and his ability to comprehend varying circumstances and principles quickly. Coupled with his depth of legal experience, he can quickly identify commercial risks and provide meaningful and practical advice to avoid or resolve commercial disputes.

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Phillipa Hooper

Phillipa Hooper

Phillipa Hooper – Senior Associate
Phillipa has over 20 years of local and international experience (having lived and worked in both the United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates) across a diverse range of legal areas including business and commercial law, property and construction.

As a former business owner, Phillipa understands the nuances and complexities involved in business transactions whatever the commercial context. Communication and working hand in hand with her clients and their respective stakeholders is a key focus for Phillipa, whose approach is to offer practical and commercial solutions to ensure clients’ objectives are met in a timely and cost-effective manner.

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