Seminar – “Unfair Contract Terms Legislation”
BICB, in collaboration with Results Legal and Access Intell, is proud to present an informative breakfast seminar on the topic of Unfair Contract Terms Legislation, effective from 9th November 2023. This seminar aims to provide our members with a comprehensive overview of the upcoming changes and equip them with the necessary knowledge and tools to ensure compliance.
Date: 14th July 2023
Venue: Podium Room 1, Rydges South Bank,
9 Glenelg St, South Bank Brisbane
Areas to be covered
- Potential areas of risk for your business: Learn about the specific aspects of your business that may be affected by the new legislation. Understand the penalties and consequences that may arise if your business fails to comply with the revised unfair contract terms legislation.
- Practical strategies and tools for compliance: Gain valuable insights into practical strategies and tools that can be implemented in your business to ensure compliance. Explore both contractual and day-to-day commercial perspectives to effectively navigate the changes by 9th November.
- Results Legal’s perspective: Discover Results Legal’s expert viewpoint on the relevant changes and their analysis of the impact of the Treasury Law Amendments (More competition, Better Prices) Act 2022 (Cth) on businesses. Stay ahead of the curve with their valuable insights.
- Real-life case studies and legislation: Engage in a discussion about key learnings from real-life case studies, relevant case law, and other legislation relevant to unfair contract terms. Gain practical knowledge and apply it to your own business operations.
- Access Intell will take you through their system and explain how their platform makes compliance and management of customer accounts easier.
Principal at Results Legal
Nicholas has extensive experience acting on behalf of clients in contractual and commercial disputes, including the enforcement of contracts, guarantees and security interests; defending unfair preference claims; and disputes over personal property under the Personal Property Securities Act 2009.
His experience also includes equitable priority disputes involving real property, business separation disputes between shareholders or joint venture partners and acting on behalf of and against directors in actions for breaches of fiduciary and statutory duties.
Nicholas acts on behalf of a range of national and multi-national business clients across industry segments including building and construction, professional advisors, recruitment, and financial services.
Commencing at Results Legal as a graduate, Nicholas was promoted to Principal of the firm after a period of 6.5 years. This was an exceptional achievement, and indicative of the commitment and drive Nicholas displays in his work.
The BICB and Results Legal have a long history of working with together to ensure all BICB members are kept up to date on all relevant legislative changes that affect credit professionals in their roles.
Founder and CEO of Access Intell
Lynne Walton was an insolvency practitioner for 15 years before leaving the profession in 2010 to specialise in the PPSR as the founder of EDX QLD. She formed Access Intell in 2018 to help organisations use technology to improve credit management processes to guard against bad debts and build strong resilient businesses.
Access Intell provides commercial risk insights to businesses via its advanced technology platforms that offer digital trade credit applications, PPSR processing and multibureau decisioning and monitoring. It is an end-to-end credit management solution capable of integrating with existing systems quickly to give users instant understanding of new applicants and easy continuous real time monitoring for all customers.
Lynne is working closely with the BICB to allow BICB members using Access Intell’s platforms access to live BICB data as well as being able to download Debtor Detailed Payments Report as well as having the function to order a RiskTracker report. Access Intell can offer BICB members a single sign on ‘one stop shop’ for all credit risk assessments and monitoring.
This seminar is for BICB members, but there may be some limited seating available. If you would like to attend, please use the form to let us know. If seats become available we will allocate from the list of those who have indicated interest.