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How to successfully manage litigation risks

Starting next week, Lawyers Weekly and two leading partners from a global law firm will be hosting a two-part masterclass series on how best to mitigate the risk of proceedings against one’s business. In-house counsel looking to better protect their organisations do not want to miss this!

user iconLawyers Weekly 25 May 2021 Corporate Counsel
How to successfully manage litigation risks
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Partners Jason Betts and Christine Tran (pictured) from global law firm Herbert Smith Freehills will deliver two 60-minute, live-streamed masterclasses to equip attendees with the practical tools necessary to manage corporate and regulatory investigations in an increasingly litigious environment.

The two sessions will be held on Wednesday, 2 June and Wednesday, 23 June 2021.


Speaking ahead of the two masterclasses, Lawyers Weekly deputy editor Jerome Doraisamy (who will serve as moderator) said it is a huge coup for lawyers, both in-house and in private practice – in attendance to learn from such eminent senior practitioners with high-profile clients.

“These sessions will be unmissable. Mr Betts and Ms Tran have enviable experience in litigation and class actions, and as Australia heads towards a post-pandemic world, their insights and guidance will be invaluable for emerging leaders in law looking to bolster their skill set,” he said.

The two masterclasses will be centred around hypothetical case studies, including “real world” elements from the business landscape and will come with a workbook for viewers to work on throughout the presentation.

Attendees will be able to engage in polls and ask questions throughout the sessions, with Mr Doraisamy facilitating interaction with the presenters.

Tickets are still available. To purchase your seat for this two-part masterclass series, click here. To learn more about the full suite of masterclasses hosted by Lawyers Weekly, visit our Knowledge Centre.

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