This year’s conference will be held at the Clare Country Club in the Clare Valley over 13, 14 and 15 November 2020.
The diverse academic program covers a range of legal matters currently being contemplated by Australian wine businesses, including the recent anti-dumping and countervailing duties investigations instigated by the Ministry of Commerce in China; changes (or proposed changes) to the FIRB regime and insolvent trading laws; the role of provenance and authenticity technology in the supply chain integrity; and the fallout from the ACCC Wine Grape Market Study. The ten hours of academic sessions can be counted towards CPD points.
As always, the academic program is complemented by local wine tastings and dining experiences with visits planned to some of the Clare Valley’s most picturesque cellar doors and eateries.
Thanks to the support of the international body, we are able to offer this year’s conference (which includes all meals and accommodation throughout the weekend) at a highly discounted rate of $650 for members, and $850 for non-members.
The conference is open to anyone with an interest in the wine sector and is not limited to those in the legal profession. To register, please use the Eventbrite link below to register and complete and return the attached form to email@example.com.
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President of the Australasian Section of the International Association of Wine Lawyers