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Second Floor Wentworth Chambers recognises the importance of professional development. Our barristers are regularly invited as keynote speakers to present at industry events and forums and also publish articles in industry journals and other media.

We are also committed to educating our clients about the practicalities and complexities of the law in their areas of interest and host an annual all-day seminar series that focuses on important contemporary issues affecting legal practitioners and their clients. For further details or information about the seminar series, please contact the clerk.


Payment of Funds out of Court: Equitable Mortgagees and Caveat Loans

by Ari Katsoulas

Ari Katsoulas discusses a common scenario for unregistered mortgagees/equitable mortgagees.
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The Lawyer’s Duty to the Will Maker

by John Armfield

John Armfield discusses the duty of Lawyers to will makers to advise on potential family provision claims after Calvert v Badenach
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Chapman v South Eastern Sydney Local Health District

by Ari Katsoulas

Ari Katsoulas provides a case summary of Chapman v South Eastern Sydney Local Health District [2018] NSWSC 1231
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The payment of tax debt during bankruptcy proceedings

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This article explores the issues surrounding corporate insolvency, the non-remittance of PAYG withholding tax, and the non-remittance of superannuation guarantee charges and civil liability of directors for it.
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Shared Households and Eligibility in Family Provision Claims

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Ari Katsoulas provides a case summary of Miller v Ryan; Payne v Ryan [2015] NSWSC 1713, a family provision claim by adult nieces
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Lowering Litigation Risk

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In this paper, William Calokerinos discusses the treatment of GST under real estate contracts. The paper proposes practical strategies when advising clients.
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Trials and Tribulations of a Leasing Dispute

by William Calokerinos

This paper outlines salient issues relevant to the business community when embroiled in a commercial lease dispute.
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