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Webinar: 2017 Business law update

Overview

The area of business law is constantly developing and changing, most recently in the areas of tax and small business consumer protections. Attend this webinar to gain timely and unparalleled insights into recent developments in this area of law from a senior practitioner Andrew Boog, who is an accredited specialist in business law and a member of the law society business law committee.

This webinar complies with the mandatory area of Substantive Law.

 

 

Course ID CN170322_BUS1
Type Webinar
Duration 2 hours
Location
  • NSW
Start Dates 16 March 2017
Cost
A$240.00
$216.00 (Member Price)

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Code CN170322_BUS1
When

Thursday 16 March 2017
10.00am to 12.00pm (AEDST) 

Where By Webinar
Level Foundational/Intermediate/Advanced
CPD 2 CPD units

Hear all the latest developments in the area of business law. 

Topics to be covered include:

  • The 2015 Contract for sale of business – explained and deciphered
  • small business CGT relief
  • changes to (and some abolitions of) stamp duty
  • new identification requirements
  • ACCC involvement extending consumer protections to small business

ANDREW BOOG
Principal Solicitor, Austen Brown Boog

Andrew is the Principal and has been with the firm since 1983. He has a wealth of experience in Commercial and Conveyancing matters and is an accredited specialist in Business Law. He is also a registered Tax Agent, Accredited Mediator and a Notary Public.

About College of Law webinars

Attending a College webinar is an easy and convenient way for you to increase your knowledge, learn from experts and gain CPD units. It is just like attending a seminar except you don’t leave your office or home.

Once you have registered, we will send you all the information you need to join the webinar. All you need is a computer and telephone. Just follow the link and instructions to join the webinar and dial into the teleconference.

During the webinar, the presenter will present on the topic, similar to in a seminar. You can ask questions by typing in the box provided. Each webinar has lots of time allocated to answering questions so there is plenty of opportunity to interact and engage.

What you need (the technical stuff): all you need for a webinar is a computer/device and telephone. You logon to the webinar and listen through a teleconference. If you are in an open plan office, you may like to listen through earphones. There is no need to download any fancy software. It is really as simply as following a link to join.

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