Webinar: Professional Indemnity | Risk Management masterclass for environmental professionals

Published 8th May 17 12:00 AM

When: Tuesday 30 May 2017

Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

Presented by David Leggatt and Natasha Stojanovich from law firm DLA Piper Australia, this webinar will answer all your questions about professional indemnity insurance.

Meet the Presenter

David Leggatt | Partner, DLA Piper

David Leggatt is an accredited specialist in commercial litigation. He is co-head of the insurance sector for DLA Piper in Australia. He was voted "Insurance Lawyer of the Year" in Victoria in the 2016 edition of Best Lawyers. His experience over the last 26 years includes civil litigation in almost every jurisdiction in Australia, all aspects of insurance law, class action defence, hundreds of professional negligence claims and numerous litigated claims/disciplinary hearings involving health professionals.

David is well known for having considerable experience in professional liability and regulation, advising clients in relation to all aspects of professional liability – from advice on policy coverage, supervising defence teams in class actions, to handling litigated claims and structuring risk management programs for professional organisations.

Natasha Stojanovich | Senior Associate, DLA Piper

Natasha has a diverse insurance and commercial litigation practice, with a particular focus on professional indemnity insurance. She has handled professional indemnity claims on behalf of numerous different types of professionals. Predominantly, Natasha handles claims against property professionals and those in the building and construction industry, for instance claims against property valuers, real estate agents, architects, engineers and building surveyors. Natasha also regularly acts for statutory authorities and Councils, and has experience advising in relation to land contamination issues.

Natasha has also provided advice in contentious matters to a variety of commercial clients, including several publicly listed and large multinational companies in a variety of industries. Natasha has experience handling litigation in the Federal, Supreme, County and Magistrates' Courts and at VCAT.

How does the Webinar work?

All you need is a computer with speakers and an internet connection. You can even type questions for the presenter in real time.

Once you've registered for the webinar, you will be sent an email with a unique access code and a web address. Use this to log onto the webinar when the event is ready to start.

Check that you have all the system requirements and software downloaded prior to the webinar. Refer to our website for help with this →

Earn CPD Points

By attending this event you will record 1 hour of continuing professional development towards the Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme.

Event details

When: 30 May 2017
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Cost: Free for members, $20 for non members

Registrations Open: 8th May 17 12:00 AM

Registrations Close: 30th May 17 10:00 AM

Places Available: 67

Contact: EIANZ Central Office on AU +613 8593 4140, NZ +64 9887 6972 or

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Published 8th May 17 12:00 AM