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Aged Care & Elder Law Conference

The conference aims to address the key issues in legal, regulatory and compliance in aged care, retirement villages and senior living.

The Thomson Reuters Aged Care & Elder Law Conference series is taking place in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane over 16-18 July 2019. 

The conference aims to address current and contentious issues such as:

  • Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety: evidence to-date and implications
  • Navigating the new Single Aged Care Quality Framework and Standards
  • Aged Care legislation and regulation round-up
  • Workplace risks for aged care
  • Employment Law and Aged Care legislation
  • Effectively addressing coronial investigations from an aged care providers perspective
  • When elder financial abuse is suspected, what should you look for and what steps should you take?
  • Being litigation ready: dispute resolution in court or tribunal hearings
  • Granny Flats and the legal perspective: the enticing attraction and the perils
  • Retirement Village Law: Reviewing the recent changes and their practical implications

DATES & LOCATIONS

Melbourne
16 July 2019
Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Sydney
17 July 2019
Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park

Brisbane
18 July 2019
Hilton

COST

Early Bird
$595 + GST (save $100)
(Early Bird finishes on 4 June 2019

Standard
$695 + GST

Speakers include:

  • Christopher Sykes, Inhouse Counsel, Mercy Health & Aged Care
  • Julie McStay, Partner, Hynes Legal
  • Sabine Phillips, Principal, Gadens Lawyers
  • Guy Vinden, Head of Health Care, Aged Care and Retirement Villages, Atkinson Vinden Lawyers
  • Richard McCullagh, Solicitor Principal, Patrick McHugh & Co Solicitors
  • Kim Boettcher, Barrister, Chalfont Chambers
  • Alison Choy Flannigan, Partner, Hall & Wilcox
  • Nathan Roberts, Senior Associate, McCullough Robertson Lawyers
  • Arthur Koumoukelis, Partner, Thomson Geer
  • Darryl Browne, BROWNE.Linkenbagh Legal Services Legal Services

This is a must attend event for those dealing with the grey areas and challenges in aged care legislation and regulation.

QUESTIONS

For any event enquiries email eventsau@thomsonreuters.com 
Conference attendance earns 6 CPD points in substantive law

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