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The Commonwealth Modern Slavery Bill: What are the key requirements?
Entities need to review structures and processes to identify and minimise any risks of slavery and labour exploitation.
Australia
12 Dec 2018
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New modern slavery legislation: UTS LSS keynote address
We celebrate that modern slavery legislation has been passed in NSW and will be passed soon at a Commonwealth level.
Australia
13 Oct 2018
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NSW Modern Slavery Act and Commonwealth Slavery Bill: How will organisations be affected by the reporting requirements?
Both regimes aim to ensure that companies provide a modern slavery statement available for customers and the public.
Australia
5 Jul 2018
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Maximising customer loyalty: Getting data protection right in running loyalty schemes
Loyalty programs are a rich source of personal information for retailers, but a security breach will quickly erode trust.
Australia
22 Jun 2018
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Could cyber security class actions be on their way to Australia?
More high profile data breaches and attacks globally mean that a cyber security class action is also likely in Australia.
Australia
22 Nov 2017
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Why legal technologists are becoming the new normal
Advances in legal technologies include the increasing use of e-discovery and electronic evidence and data analysis.
Australia
5 Sep 2017
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Companies should treat cyber security as corporate fraud
Recent global cyber security attacks have highlighted the importance of a comprehensive cyber security response plan.
Australia
17 May 2017
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Compulsory data breach notification will also highlight contractual obligations
Privacy legislation requiring notification of data breaches will shortly become federal law.
Australia
8 Nov 2016
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Anti-bribery and corruption compliance - Do you pass the front page of the newspaper test?
Company directors and executives must examine their risk profile and assess their anti-bribery and corruption measures.
Australia
11 Apr 2016
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ICAC powers confirmed – Now for the future
The High Court rejected a challenge to the validity of legislation to retrospectively validate previous ICAC findings.
Australia
16 Sep 2015
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High Court limits ICAC’s role: What are the consequences?
This case may result in some previous findings being overturned and may be the catalyst for a discussion on law reform.
Australia
23 Apr 2015
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Australia’s new cyber-bullying watchdog of social media sites
A new Act seeks to enhance online safety for children through the establishment of a Children's e-Safety Commissioner.
Australia
20 Apr 2015
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Victorian Inquiries Bill is a signal to business: Be ready to respond
Businesses involved in the government services sector should have a strategy in place to be able to effectively respond.
Australia
29 Sep 2014
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Trade unions Royal Commission commences in Sydney
A preliminary hearing of the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption was held on 9 April 2014
Australia
15 Apr 2014
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The Right People Doing The Right Work - Successful Legal Process Outsourcing
New draft guidelines on legal process outsourcing will help many organisations unlock the opportunities available.
Australia
5 Mar 2013
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