Tri-peaks webinar series: Not-for-profit governance during COVID-19

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Tri-peaks webinar series: Not-for-profit governance during COVID-19

14 May 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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What is Tri-Peaks?

The Tri-Peaks Project is a collaboration between the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, the Victorian Healthcare Association and the Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association to support and promote good governance and integrated practices in our sectors.

The Tri-Peaks project has partnered with several leading organisations and individuals, including Ernst & Young Australia and Cornwalls Law, to provide expert information on a range of topics from governance to the impact of COVID-19 on separated parents and their children.

In this session, Cornwalls Law will provide expert information on governance considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic. This session will consider:

  • Board director duties, liability and the “safe harbour” provisions
  • Online privacy and data security considerations
  • OH&S and duty-of-care for staff during the pandemic

Presented by:    Cornwalls Law

  • Dean Katz
  • Radhika Kanhai
  • Martin Alden
  • David Kreltszheim

Date & time     

Thursday 14 May 2020, 1.00-2.30pm

Who should attend?

Board directors, CEOs, Service managers.


Once you have registered, you will receive an email with the meeting link and password.


Dean Katz specialises in corporate and commercial law, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. Dean advises on legal aspects of corporate governance, directors’ duties under the Corporations Act and general corporate matters, including negotiating a wide variety of contracts.

Radhika Kanhai is experienced in complex court litigation and dispute resolution. Her specific areas of expertise include corporate reconstruction and insolvency, personal insolvency, leasing disputes, contractual breaches and Corporations Act matters including actions for breaches of directors’ duties.  Radhika has also undertaken extensive accredited mediation training and has experience in the not for profit sector advising on governance issues.

Martin Alden practices across all areas of employment, industrial relations and safety law. He has worked for a range of clients in the not-for-profit sector including social and supported housing and home care services. Martin regularly advises on are compliance with statutory employment obligations, preparing employment and contractor agreements, bullying and discrimination claims, and health and safety issues in the workplace.

David Kreltszheim specialises in private sector, not for profit, government and credit-related privacy law. David’s work covers data transfers, privacy disclosures and consents, privacy impact assessments, credit reporting processes, privacy complaints and data breach notifications. He has a particular interest in the privacy impact of emerging technologies, including data de-identification, open banking and consumer data rights.


14 May 2020
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
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