Events & Training Services
Events & Training Services
Brown Wright Stein Lawyers holds regular workshops including seminars and training services throughout the year which provide the opportunity for our lawyers, clients and business advisers to share expert knowledge and perspectives.
The seminars cover a range of topics including new developments in the law, issues impacting our clients’ business and topical general interest information.
For more details regarding our seminar series and or training services, please contact Lauren Cant.
January 5, 2019 - Big Sky Resort, Montana, USAEvents
Brown Wright Stein Lawyers is a principal sponsor of the Australian Professional Advisors Conference 2019 being held at the spectacular Big Sky Resort, Montana, USA. We invite each of you to join us to build relationships with other professionals and to share expert knowledge and perspectives in a relaxed family friendly atmosphere.
Commitment-Phobe or Flexi-Free? Choosing the perfect match in a Fair Work World, plus #MeToo – the latest from the Courts in Sexual Harassment ClaimsNovember 13, 2018 - Brown Wright Stein LawyersSeminars
We will navigate the options in light of recent court and Fair Work Commission decisions on casual employment. In particular, we will take a look at how recent court decisions have characterised casual employment and we will also discuss the inception of automatic conversion clauses, which shift casual employees to permanent employment and with limited rights to refuse the change.
The festive season is fast approaching and at a time where the #MeToo movement has put sexual harassment laws and its prevention at the front and centre of public debate. We will also take a look at some recent court developments in sexual harassment claims and discuss what you can do to ensure your business takes steps to protect employees from sexual harassment at work.
October 16, 2018 - Brown Wright Stein LawyersSeminars
Modern families are becoming more complex in their structure and dynamic. As a result, there has been a steady increase in estate litigation, in particular, claims against estates by family members seeking further provision. It is therefore important to review your estate plan to ensure these complexities are addressed and to ensure, where possible, the risk of litigation is mitigated.
As lawyers who have prepared voluntary disclosures for clients as part of the ATO’s Project DO IT (Disclose Offshore Income Today) and for clients since that project ceased in 2014, there are lessons we have learned in relation to dealing with the tax implications of offshore income and entities.
Commitment-Phobe or Flexi-Free? Choosing the perfect match in a Fair Work World, plus #MeToo – the latest from the Courts in Sexual Harassment Claims
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