Second Annual Agribusiness Law Conference

4 & Friday 5 May 2017 Pre-ordered ebooks,Law Other,Second Annual Agribusiness Law Conference

The agribusiness industry is on the cusp of great change: increased regulatory control, new free trade agreements, as well as significant developments in agtech, all mean that the risks and opportunities for Australian farmers have never been greater. Following on from the success of our inaugural Agribusiness Law conference, Television Education Network and Australian Agricultural Company are joining together to present our 2017 conference, which examines the key regulatory and legal challenges facing the industry, including foreign investment, managing supply chains and protecting Brand Australia.

The Regulation of Agribusiness Investment

  • Foreign Investment Review Board – Hanging on to the Dragon’s Tail - Marcus Clark, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Sydney
  • Competition Law in the Agribusiness Sector: The Level Playing Pasture - Carolyn Oddie, Partner, Allens Linklaters, Sydney
  • Ensuring Good Environmental Outcomes: Getting the Regulator Off Your Back - Dr Daniel Terrill, Partner, Deloitte Access Economics, Melbourne
  • Dealing With the Regulators: A Panel Discussion – The Panel: Rod Sims, Chairman, Australian Consumer & Competition Commission, Marcus Clark, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Sydney and others to be advised - The Moderator:  John Kench, Partner, Johnson Winter & Slattery, Sydney

Agricultural Deal Making

  • Art of the Deal: Negotiating Joint Venture Agriculture Deals - Meredith Paynter, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons, Sydney
  • Mergers and Acquisitions in Agriculture: Mega Deals and Mega Headaches - Carolyn Chudleigh, Partner, Holman Fenwick Willan, Sydney
  • The New Free Trade Horizon: What It Means for Agribusiness - Daniel Moulis, Principal Partner, Moulis Legal, Canberra

Premium Products not Commodities – The Legal Imperatives

  • Brand Australia: Protecting Brand Integrity in a Rapidly Changing World - Scott Bouvier, Partner King & Wood Mallesons, Sydney
  • Managing the Supply Chain: Enhancing Value and Saving Cost – Geoff Farnsworth, Partner, Holding Redlich, Sydney
  • The Digital Innovation Nation: New Horizons in Agriculture - Rob McInnes, Partner, DibbsBarker, Sydney

Emerging Issues

  • Regulating Genomics: Combining New Technologies with Agriculture’s DNA - Dr Tony Shaw, Senior Associate, Allens Patent & Trade Mark Attorneys, Sydney
  • Social Licence in Agriculture: Limiting Future Regulatory Intervention - Andrew Gill, Partner, MinterEllison, Canberra



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