In an innovative format, ACWA’s upcoming Legal Contracting Forum next Wednesday, May 17 at 2.30pm, will see the best lawyers in the sector put their minds to live legal issues for member agencies. A number of case studies will be put to Luke Geary (Salvos Legal) and Vera Visevic (Mills Oakley) reflecting the current state of play in contracting, addressing issues such as:
- Termination for convenience contract clause
- Dealing with Districts who approach the same contract differently
- Outcomes Based Funding issues
- Service of notice to request information under a Formal Access Application
- How to approach an often lopsided contract negotiation with a government department.
Have you got a legal contracting question that you’d like addressed?
Contribute to the discussion by sending your question through to firstname.lastname@example.org and have it workshopped by the experts and audience at the forum.
Luke was named one of Australia’s Best Lawyers for Non-Profit/Charities Law in the 2016 and 2017 Best Lawyers list. Luke advises both NFPs and governments on contracting matters.
Vera heads up the not-for-profit team at Mills Oakley, and has more than 20 years’ experience in acting for numerous charities, religious and not-for-profit organisations.
Mills Oakley and Salvos Legal make up the corporate NFP (contracts, employment and governance) stream of ACWA’s Member Legal Services Panel, and are joined on the panel by firms who specialise in servicing members in child protection law, the Children’s Court of New South Wales and NCAT.