After twenty hours in the air and two plane flights, I have returned from a wonderful conference in Melbourne, Australia. The conference concluded on Sunday afternoon at which time I chaired a medical legal program. That program consisted of two presentations from Brian Webster, a plaintiff’s attorney from Vancouver, Canada who discussed the role and pitfalls of which experts should be aware as well as concerns over structured settlements. That presentation was followed by two outstanding presentations discussing various malingering tests and their validity. The program concluded with a presentation with regard to the issue of competency and mental capacity. Much thanks and congratulations is extended to David Burke and Jennie Ponsford for their outstanding work in putting together and hosting this world congress. We certainly look forward to the Seventh World Congress in Miami.