A brief update on Native Title compensation claims and cultural protection issuesRegister
This webinar walked through time to provide an understanding on how native title came to be recognised, enshrined in law and then subject to future acts and compensation. In this seminar the law will be explained as it currently stands, and an explanation given to put current issues in context. The focus largely turned to compensation claims which make the next wave of native title disputation in our Courts.
Peter Matus, Special Counsel at Salerno Law
Peter is currently Special Counsel at Salerno Law, in Queensland, and specialises in compensation litigation. He has been admitted as a legal practitioner in Qld since 1992 and is also an accredited specialist in personal injury law. From November 2019, he has worked on the largest native title compensation claims made to date. In his spare time, he enjoys volunteering with SLS at Burleigh Heads.
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Wed 2 March 2022
Sat 2 March 2024