Recorded Webinar: Misleading and Deceptive Conduct in Commercial Contracts


26th March 2020
Duration:  approx. 1 hour

It is commonplace for commercial contractual disputes to also include allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct. This session will provide an overview so that practitioners can manage risks in this area. Topics include:

  • When will terms of a contract constitute representations amounting to actionable conduct?

  • Can contractual promises form representations for the purposes of the Australian Consumer Law?

  • Can statutory compensation be constrained by a contract?

  • The rights of non-parties to a contract to obtain relief in respect of representations made in a contract

  • Overview of defences and remedies available

  • Managing risk through carefully drafted contracts

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Michael Cossetto, Partner, Bartier Perry, Sydney

Michael heads the Bartier Perry Corporate & Commercial Group and advises on a range of commercial transactions. He has a special interest in licensing and distribution, as well as a deep understanding of intellectual property law. This includes providing advice on managing intangible assets and commercialising technology.

The hallmark of Michael’s practice is his ability to establish open and friendly working relationships with his clients. This, in turn, helps him understand what they’re really looking for and lets him guide them to the best outcome.


This webinar is suitable for lawyers practising in business law – Australia wide. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

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Product Code: WBPMAR20
 Price:  $264.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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