Despite restrictions enforced by COVID-19, McCullough Robertson is proud to be delivering high quality and engaging content to our clients and networks.
Please see below links to a variety of audiovisual content, including our podcast series, In Practice | A McCullough Robertson Podcast and webinars – both in-house and with external partners – where our experts provide further insight into the COVID-19 situation.
In Practice | A McCullough Robertson podcast
Perspectives on property – cooperation, compassion and COVID-19
The human face of business downturn – employment issues and COVID-19
Incentives, benefits and stimulus packages – what’s in it for you and your business?
Electronic signatures versus “paper, parchment or vellum”
Kristan Conlon, Real Estate Partner, discusses some of the key issues facing landlords, tenants, developers and others operating within the property industry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lydia Daly, Employment Relations Partner, takes us through the realities of managing a workforce in challenging economic conditions, and delivers valuable advice on how to find opportunity in even the most difficult circumstances.
Tax Partner David Hughes unpacks the Federal Government’s stimulus packages and outlines how businesses of all sizes can make the most of the tax benefits on offer.
Emile McPhee talks through the legal position on electronic signatures versus their ‘wet ink’ counterparts.
“Preventing the spread” of cyber attacks
“Virtual” the new norm for dispute resolution
Planning your personal affairs – the “need to know”
Defence and national security in a post-COVID-19 world
Matt McMillan discusses the cybersecurity issues that have emerged since the outbreak of COVID-19.
Litigation expert Guy Humble unpacks the rapid changes to litigation processes and the move to ‘virtual’ dispute resolution.
Wills and estates partner Phillip McGowan discusses some of the estate planning issues cropping up due to COVID-19.
Brett Sangster discusses the impacts of these unprecedented times on our defence and national security industry.
Raising equity in a COVID-19 environment
Leveraging the growth “sweet spots” post economic downturn
Defamation in the era of social media
Native title and cultural heritage – how is the legal landscape changing?
Chair of Partners Reece Walker talks about capital raising activity during periods of economic downturn.
International Partner John Kettle talks about advising organisations through periods of economic downturn.
Special Counsel Rebecca Lindhout talks about the rise in social media defamation and the heightened risks to individuals and businesses.
Resources Partner Dominic McGann, talks us through native title and cultural heritage law in Australia, how the legal landscape is changing and the trends and opportunities that are opening up in this area of law.
Construction in 2020 and beyond – what can we expect?
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Australia China Business Council
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