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2018 Webinar: Ethics & Standards  - Module 1
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When: 17 August 2018
From 9:00am until 11:00am
Where: Online Webinar
South Africa
Contact: Thabelo Raivhogo

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The Ethics and Standards Webinar series will take place over 2 sessions: 17 and 24 August 2018 from 9am until12am. The webinars will focus on the nature of professional liability in a South African legal system, and the impact of that on the professional and their business/ businesses.

Course content

The below content will be discussed at both sessions of this webinar series:

  • The nature of professional liability and accountability
  • The test for professional negligence
  • Types of liability: contract and delict
  • Class action lawsuits
  • The importance of PI cover


Samantha Baleson
Legal Risk Advisor: Professional Risks
Aon South Africa (Pty) Ltd

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