NSW Legal Cost Update – Trips and Pitfalls in LPUL Compliance (2017)
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Attendees will gain a better understanding of the current climate
- What you will need to look for to ensure you comply with the LPUL
- An overview of recent cases.
About your Speaker: Kerrie Rosati – DGT Cost Lawyers
Kerrie Rosati it the Solicitor Director at DGT Costs Lawyers and is regarded as one of the profession’s leading experts in legal costs law. Kerrie is a Court Appointed Costs Assessor in Queensland and is on the Register of Approved Costs Assessors.
She has advised on legal costs issues in many high profile and complex cases in New South Wales and Federal jurisdictions. Kerrie also lectures regularly to the legal profession on legal costing issues for the Law Societies of New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Northern Territory and Tasmania, the State Legal Conference, College of Law and other commercial seminar providers.
Kerrie is a current member of the Costs Assessors’ Users Group of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Kerrie graduated with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Technology in 1988 and was admitted to the Roll of Solicitors of the Supreme Court of New South Wales on 1 July 1988. After working in a large commercial law firm and taking some time off to raise her family, Kerrie joined DGT in February 1998.
Kerrie is also part of the DGT Costs Mediation team.
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