4th ANJeL Australia-Japan Business Law Update seminar (Tokyo, Sat. 11 Feb.)

About the seminar:
This fourth ANJeL CLE Seminar in Tokyo, aimed especially at Australian practitioners in Japan, as well as Japanese practitioners interested in Australian law and the economy, introduces new Australian developments in labour law and consumer law, including dispute resolution aspects, comparing also some developments in Japanese law and practice. It will be followed by an informal networking opportunity.
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2-3.15pm: Developments in Australian labour law – Professor Joellen Riley, Sydney Law School, The University of Sydney
3.15-3.45pm: Commentary and Q&A – Peter Coney, Herbert Smith.
3.45-4pm: Break.
4-4.40pm: The ‘Australian Consumer Law’ 2010 – Professor Luke Nottage, Sydney Law School
4.40-5.30pm: Commentary and Q&A – Professor Souichirou Kozuka, Gakushuin University, Law Faculty
Guest speakers:
Professors Joellen Riley & Luke Nottage, Sydney Law School
Peter Coney, Herbert Smith, Tokyo
Professor Souichirou Kozuka, Gakushuin University
Lawyers/barristers: attendance at this seminar is equal to 3 MCLE/CPD unit.
Time: 2-5.30pm
Location: Herbert Smith Midtown Tower, 41st Floor 9-7-1 Akasaka Minato-ku Tokyo 107-6241 Japan
Cost: Full: $200 (GST excluded), SLS Alumni: $160 (GST excluded)
Contact: Events Co-ordinator
Phone: 9351 0238
Email: law.events@sydney.edu.au

Author: Luke Nottage

Prof Luke Nottage (BCA, LLB, PhD VUW, LLM LLD Kyoto) is founding co-director of the Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL), Associate Director (Japan) of the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law at the University of Sydney (CAPLUS), and Professor of Comparative and Transnational Business Law at Sydney Law School. He specialises in international dispute resolution, foreign investment law, contract and consumer (product safety) law.