SPORTS SYMPOSIUM 

FRIDAY 17TH MAY 2019 

8:00AM - 10:30AM 

MCINNES WILSON LAWYERS
LEVEL 23, CENTRAL PLAZA ONE 
345 QUEEN STREET
BRISBANE QLD 4000

McInnes Wilson Lawyers wish to extend an invitation for you and your colleagues to attend our upcoming Sports Symposium on Friday 17th May 2019. 

We will be joined by  Luke Ricketson, former Australian Representative Rugby League Football player and current National Business Development Manager at GSA Insurance Brokers, Tim Martin, Head of Accident & Health and Sports for London's biggest Sports underwriters, ATC Insurance Solutions and McInnes Wilson Principals David Jesser and Chris Davis

AGENDA

8:00am Registration, light breakfast and refreshments served 
8:15am

Opening Remarks 
Mark Woolley, Prinicpal, McInnes Wilson Lawyers 

8:30am 

Luke Ricketson | former Australian Representative Rugby League Football player and current National Business Development Manager at GSA Insurance Brokers
Tim Martin | Head of Accident & Health and Sports for London's biggest Sports underwriters, ATC Insurance Solutions

  • Personal Accident overview in Professional and amateur sport.
  • Is London the best place for Sport Insurance ?
  • What is the right amount of cover an athlete should have ?
  • Examples of well-knwon Sport Claims that will resonate with all.
9:30am

David Jesser | Principal | McInnes Wilson Lawyers 

  • When can a club or administrator be directly liable for on field misconduct?
  • When will a club or administrator be held vicariously liable for the actions of players?
  • What steps can you take to reduce your exposure?
10:00am

Chris Davis | Principal | McInnes Wilson Lawyers 

The impacts on sports persons and sports organisations of:

  • the payroll tax drama that is unfolding for sports organisations with the image and rights payments issue, including payroll tax investigations and audits that are arising as a result of the Brisbane Lions payroll tax case;
  • the income tax issues for sports organisations and sports persons as a result of image and rights arrangements, including as a result of the 2017/18 budget and the recent Treasury consultation process on the impending change of law;
  • the structuring issues for those affected by the budget announcements and the Treasury consultation, and the associated commercial issues arising for sports persons and sports organisations.
10:30am

Event Conclusion 

 

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