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TMA Podcast: A New Safe Harbour Tips & tricks in the COVID-19 world

04-23-20

In this podcast, our guest speakers will take you through a guided discussion around recent changes to legislation and the marketplace in light of the COVID-19 crisis. Thanks to our guest speakers: Cameron Belyea (Clayton Utz), Rob Brauer (McGrathNicol), Ben Gibson (Gordon Brothers) and Chris Pearce (Blackwall Legal). View podcast – here

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Please contact the TMA National Office at info@website.com or 1300 042 811.

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