WEBINAR - Protecting Your Client, Protecting You.
|Date:||12th Sep 13|
|Start Time:||3:30 PM|
|End Time:||5:00 PM|
|Price:||AU $ 130 (Inc. GST)|
|Member Price:||AU $88.00 (Inc. GST)|
|Earlybird Price (non Member):||AU $110.00 (Inc. GST)|
|Earlybird Price (Member):||AU $57.75 (Inc. GST)|
This webinar will be presented by Charlie Belperio, Belperio Clark and will cover the following issues:
- Who is your client?
- What instructions were received?
- Has a Power of Attorney been misused?
- Elder abuse?
- Family loan issues
- Have you left open arguments to set aside the transaction?
- Are you sure? Can you prove it if challenged?
These and more topics will be addressed from a practical perspective.
CPC Note: This webinar qualifies as your Risk Management requirement for CPC.
Charlie has extensive experience in small business management together with having worked in the finance and real estate industry. With ever changing laws, Charlie has remained committed to ongoing professional development including the investment of significant time, resources and expense towards updating and maintaining technical expertise and knowledge. One of Charlie's main interests is exploring realistic alternatives to the court process. This commitment has resulted in Charlie becoming a member of Lawyers Engaged in Alternative Dispute Resolution (LEADR). Charlie has undertaken further training as a qualified arbitrator and has been admitted as an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Charlie is experienced with the law related to the running of small businesses such as contracts, franchises and liquor licensing. He also works in the family law, wills and estates areas.
Member registrations received before 28 February 2013 will receive a 25% discount ($57.75).
As of 1 July 2013 prices will be:
15 PD Points
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NOTE: No refund will be given unless more than 7 days notice is received by the AIC. Cancellation may invalidate discount. Registration must be accompanied by correct payment in order to secure a seat. AIC reserves the right to cancel sessions that do not reach the minimum number of participants required (full refunds given).