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            Know the score – Legal Update CLE Seminar

            Join the team as they discuss the question of 'worker', liability for workplace assaults, silicosis, and more.

            22 November 2018 07:15
            22 November 2018 08:30

            DWF Australia, Brisbane Office
            Level 36
            123 Eagle Street
            Brisbane, QLD 4000

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            Join Executive Partner Damien van Brunschot and his team at this breakfast seminar to examine latest legal developments and decisions including:

            • The question of ‘worker’ can be revisited: implications for a workers’ compensation insurer;
            • Liability for workplace assaults;
            • Recent decisions on quantum; and
            • Silicosis - watch this space.

            We look forward to seeing you on the day.

            7:15am: registration and refreshments

            7.30am – 8.30am: seminar presentation



            Damien van Brunschot - Liability for workplace assaults & Silicosis

            Robert Parcell - The question of 'worker' can be revisited: implications for a worker's compensation insurer

            Michael Bannister - Recent quantum decisions

            Meet the speakers

            Damien van Brunschot

            • Principal Lawyer // Head of Insurance (Australia)

            Robert Parcell

            • Consultant

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