Executive Forum: Webinar | Changes to the Court's Practice and Procedure (N180410)
This is the third in our series of Executive Forums for 2018. Presenter Tom White of Norton Rose Fulbright will discuss:
- New Class 3 Practice Note
- Amendments to the Act and how that impacts upon the role of valuers
- How advocates may seek to go behind the agreement of valuers
- Paperless hearings – impacts on the way evidence is presented
- Ways in which expert witnesses can assist legal representatives to prepare for hearing
The link to the webinar will be emailed to you 48 hours prior to the day. You will need access to a computer with a stable internet connection and speakers or headphones.
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Who should attend: Property developers, property financiers, property lawyers, valuers, asset managers, property researchers, development advisors, Local and State Government agencies, property advisors.
Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Tom White is a Senior Associate in Norton Rose Fulbright Australia's environment and planning team (formerly Henry Davis York). Tom specialises in compulsory acquisition and compensation law, having practised in the area for the past 7 years. He regularly appears as a solicitor advocate in the Land and Environment Court of NSW for a broad range of private landowners, local government clients and State government agencies including Roads & Maritime Services, Sydney Trains and RailCorp. Tom is on the committee of the Environment and Planning Law Association of NSW, is the editor of the Environmental Law Reporter and is currently completing his Masters of Law at the University of Sydney.
|8:45am||Please go to the webinar link (link to be sent 48 hours prior)|
|API Student Members||$84|
|All fees include GST|
Full attendance at this event accrues 2 CPD points.
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