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Upcoming webinar: Tips to improve commercial recoveries and increase cashflow (4 August 2022)

Presented by Chris Hadley and Griffin Swanson

  • Date: Thursday 04 August 2022
  • Time: 11:30am (AEST)

We are pleased to invite you to join Holman Webb's Commercial Recovery and Insolvency Group for our upcoming webinar: 'Tips to improve commercial recoveries and increase cashflow', taking place from 11:30am (AEST) on Thursday 4 August.

Presented by Holman Webb Commercial Recovery and Insolvency Partner Christopher Hadley, and Collections Software Specialist Griffin Swanson, this interactive seminar will cover best practices for collections leaders.

Topics covered will include:

  • What are the impacts of the risk you take on?
  • What’s the worst that can happen?
  • Why does this matter?
  • Could increased ATO activity bring about more insolvency?
  • Why does this impact on trade creditors?
  • What are we expecting to see in the coming year?
  • What can you do now, to mitigate this risk?
  • What is the simplest, and most effective way to protect your credit risk?
  • Important terms and conditions


This seminar will be highly relevant for CEOs, CFOs, Credit Managers and Collections Specialists.

Webinar Recording: Understanding Minor/Non-Minor Injuries and Key Concepts for Disputes (16 June 2022)

Presented by Stephanie Davis

  • Date: Thursday 16 June 2022
  • Time: 12:30pm (AEST)

Presented by CTP Insurance Partner Stephanie Davis on Thursday 16 June 2022, this webinar recording provides an overview of how the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2017Motor Accident Injuries Regulation 2017 and the Motor Accidents Guidelines work together to define minor injuries and the procedure for assessment of Minor Injury Disputes.

The webinar focused on some of the recent Review Panel Decisions on Minor Injury Disputes, and provides valuable insight into how the PIC has addressed these Disputes, making it easier to determine whether an injured person has sustained minor or non-minor injuries for the purpose of your liability decisions. 

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Webinar Recording: 2021 - A Year in Review (23 February 2022)

Presented by John Van de Poll

  • Date: Wednesday 23 February 2022
  • Time: 12:30pm

Presented by Partner and National Insurance Group Leader John Van de Poll on Wednesday 23 February 2022, this webinar examined a range of significant cases from 2021.

Discussion topics ncluded:

This seminar will be highly-relevant to claims staff and managers, regulatory/compliance and risk teams, in addition to internal counsel.

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Webinar Recording: Avoiding Delta in the Workplace with Professor Catherine Bennett (3 August 2021)

Presented by Professor Catherine Bennett, Alicia Mataere and Lee Pike

  • Date: Tuesday 03 August 2021
  • Time: 12:30pm

Presented by Professor Catherine Bennett, Deakin’s Chair of Epidemiology and Holman Webb Workplace Relations Partner Alicia Mataere and Associate Lee Pike on Thursday 26 August, this webinar examined the impact that COVID-19, and specifically the Delta strain, is set to impact Australian workplaces.

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Webinar Recording: Casual Employment Recent Changes, Compliance, Enterprise Bargaining and Award Flexibility (3 August 2021)

Presented by Alicia Mataere

  • Date: Tuesday 03 August 2021
  • Time: 12:30pm

Workplace Relations Partner Alicia Mataere recently presented to members of the Association of Corporate Counsel on the topic of Casual Employment Recent Changes, Compliance, Enterprise Bargaining and Award Flexibility.

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Webinar Recording: Apportionment and Contribution in Insurance (6 July 2021)

Presented by Peter Bennett and Linda Huynh

  • Date: Tuesday 06 July 2021
  • Time: 12:30pm

Click through to watch Holman Webb's latest insurance webinar: Apportionment and Contribution in Insurance.

Presented by General Insurance Partner Peter Bennett and Senior Associate Linda Huynh on Tuesday 6 July 2021, this webinar examines a range of significant cases relating to apportionment and contribution in insurance.

Discussion topics include:

  • Contributory negligence.
  • Failing to keep a proper lookout.
  • Intoxication.
  • Contributory negligence can defeat a claim by being determined at 100%.
  • Contributory negligence in contract.
  • Joint tortfeasor, where judgment entered for a defendant.
  • Proportionate liability.
  • Where the plaintiff is unable to recover from the concurrent wrongdoer.
  • Liability of an employer for a hire worker.
Webinar Recording: 2020 – A Year in Review (16 February 2021)

Presented by John Van de Poll

  • Date: Tuesday 16 February 2021
  • Time: 12:30pm

Click through to watch Holman Webb's first Insurance webinar of the year: 2020 - A Year in Review.

Presented by national insurance group leader John Van de Poll, this 50 minute webinar discussed a wide range of interesting and important insurance matters from 2020.

Discussion topics include:

Webinar Recording: COVID-19 and the Workplace Impacts (2 April 2020)

Presented by Alicia Mataere and Daniel Wyner

  • Date: Thursday 02 April 2020
  • Time: 1:00pm

On Thursday 2 April, Holman Webb Workplace Relations Partner Alicia Mataere and ReadyTech's Daniel Wyner Thursday presented a live webinar on both the options and obligations for businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Webinar Recording: Annualised Salary Changes - Are you ready? (16 March 2020)

Presented by Alicia Mataere, Daniel Wyner and Paul Orford

  • Date: Monday 16 March 2020
  • Time: 10:30am

Major changes to 22 modern awards came into effect on 1 March. These changes focussed on record keeping, time-sheets and wage reconciliation to ensure that 'annual salary employees' are always paid either at or above award rates.

The changes brought with them new obligations for employers, including:

  • Having clear documentation of what's included in an employee's annual salary;
  • Having tools in place to record an employee's working hours, which then must be approved by the employee at each pay cycle; and
  • Implementing a process to review their worked hours to the outer limits of their agreements on both a pay cycle and an annual basis.

On Monday 16 March, Lee Pike, Associate within Holman Webb's Workplace Relations Group joined Daniel WynerReadyTech's Chief Executive of Employment, and Paul Orford, ReadyTech's Compliance Product Manager to present a complimentary webinar focussed on:

  • Which awards does this apply to and how to identify award-based affected employees;
  • Employee Contracts and Outer limits;
  • RecordKeeping and reconciliations obligations; and
  • Practical implications for People & Payroll.