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Events & Training

Events that educate, engage and inspire.

Cowell Clarke hosts a range of onsite, offsite and virtual events throughout the year for our clients, staff and broader networks. These events range from education and training to networking and social events to fundraising and exposure for our community causes.

1. Board Minutes Webinar Series with the Australian Shareholders’ Association
In-house Event / May 30th, 2024

1. Board Minutes Webinar Series with the Australian Shareholders’ Association

Join Rachel Waterhouse, CEO of the Australia Shareholders’ Association, and Joe Murphy, Director and Employment Law Specialist at Cowell Clarke Lawyers, as they discuss recent cases involving poor and good decisions made by the boards of various corporations both here and abroad. Learn from the living examples of mistakes and successes of other boards, and avoid liability, or worse…. being cancelled. Click the "Select Tickets" button above to secure your (and/or your colleagues’) spots today. If you have any questions, please contact the Cowell Clarke events team by clicking the "Contact" button at the bottom of this page.
2. Green Horizons 2024: Navigating the New Climate Economy
In-house Event / May 31st, 2024

2. Green Horizons 2024: Navigating the New Climate Economy

The involvement of business in addressing climate change has dramatically increased over the years as more leaders choose to enthusiastically jump in rather than stand on the sidelines ignoring it. That latter position is becoming increasingly unfeasible for both the ‘big end of town’ and those in their value chain. This year, expect climate change to climb higher in your list of management priorities as the landscape changes to include increasing numbers of company net zero commitments as well as mandatory climate reporting kicking off here in Australia. Join us as we turn these changes into technical and legal opportunities for your business. Net zero business advisor Nick Palousis and ESG lawyer Emma Peters will share with you the practical ways that businesses can support their value chains with new mandatory reporting requirements as well as how this aligns with increasing consumer demand for sustainable goods and services. Join Nick and Emma, and sustainability leaders from Thomas Foods and Eldercare as they share the ‘light bulb moments’, when it becomes no longer possible to ignore the business drivers to use their resources more effectively. It doesn’t require a ‘hand on heart’ deeply green philosophical moment, just a solid business mindset.
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3. Joint Webinar with HerTechPath | Side Hustles: Navigating the Legal and Ethical Tightrope with Employees
In-house Event / July 3rd, 2024

3. Joint Webinar with HerTechPath | Side Hustles: Navigating the Legal and Ethical Tightrope with Employees

In the evolving landscape of modern workplaces, employers are increasingly encountering complex scenarios involving employees who engage in various side hustles. From online platforms like OnlyFans, which boasts around 200 million global users, to other less contentious activities, side hustles can present unique challenges, including potential conflicts of interest and reputational risks. This webinar will delve into the legal and ethical dimensions of managing such dual-career pathways within your organisation including: An overview of modern side hustles and their prevalence in the workforce A spotlight on high-profile platforms like OnlyFans and its implications for employers Real-life scenarios where side hustles clash with professional responsibilities A close look at the Anne Knight Case and lessons learned and implications for policy development Where does the Fair Work Commission stand? Strategies for employers to address side hustles without infringing on personal liberties
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