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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.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Rachel Waterhouse, CEO | Australia Shareholder's Association

Rachel has 20 years of business leadership experience within industry and professional associations and the financial services sector. With a background in digital and traditional communications, media, marketing, sales, partnerships, product management, and events, she has implemented effective organisational strategies and coached teams to excellence.

Her key roles in Cuscal, St George Bank, Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), and Governance Institute of Australia has shown her the importance of careful investment and good governance. Rachel has a Master of Business Administration (Executive), a Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance and Risk Management (Chartered Governance Professional), and a Bachelor of Business (Industrial Relations). She is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia.

Joe Murphy, Director | Cowell Clarke Lawyers

Joe is an employment relations lawyer with over 20 years’ experience specialising in workplace relations at mid-tier and employer associations.

His experience extends to providing advice and representation in matters across Australian tribunals and courts, including the Fair Work Commission and the Federal Courts of Australia. Joe has also successfully represented clients in various inquests and commissions of inquiry, including in the Independent Commission Against Corruption and various State Coroner’s Inquests and Inquiries.

Joe is sought out by clients for his expertise in redundancies, unfair dismissals, general protections (adverse action) claims, executive and complex dismissals and separations, discrimination claims, industrial disputes, managing long and short term injured workers, troublesome workers compensation claims, employee fraud, employee privacy and surveillance, investigations (including in connection with whistleblower complaints), and the defence of underpayment claims brought by employees, unions and the Fair Work Ombudsman.

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Event Schedule

May 30th, 2024 12:00pm to 1:00am (ACST)

Location

Webinar