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The rising tide of cyber risk and the cost of privacy breaches
Ensuring employees follow IT security procedures and providing comprehensive training will help to reduce cyber risks.
Australia
9 Sep 2019
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What is so special about lawyers anyway? - Legal professional privilege
Lawyers are in a unique position with their clients, when faced with legal and ethical questions of public interest.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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Deferred Prosecution Agreement scheme and failure to prevent bribery offence for Australia
This new offence of failing to prevent foreign bribery is part of the reforms to the anti-bribery and corruption regime.
Australia
12 Dec 2017
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Game of drones – what does the rise of the drone mean for insurers?
Flying drones raise many legal risks - cyber-security, crime, product liability, employee safety, trespass and privacy.
Australia
20 Sep 2017
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Franchisee wage fraud: 7-Eleven vindicated in NSW Supreme Court case
7-Eleven's decision to terminate its franchise agreement with a franchisee for engaging in wage fraud was vindicated.
Australia
9 Aug 2017
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Cybercrime in the shipping industry – modern day pirates pose new risks
Shipping companies are vulnerable to the same cyber threats as other industries, and also face other unique threats.
Australia
1 May 2017
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Franchisee fraud – A refresher and a non-monetary perspective
Franchisors need to remain constantly vigilant but cautious when monitoring Franchisees' conduct for evidence of fraud.
Australia
24 Apr 2017
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Queensland Government votes to remove 1am lockout
The Queensland Government has backed down on its decision to introduce a 1am lockout for relevant licensed venues.
Australia
7 Feb 2017
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Why is it difficult to hold individual employees to account for wrongdoing?
The law's focus on vicarious corporate liability needs to be more in balance with individual responsibility.
Australia
 
21 Jul 2016
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Compliance clues In DOJ Antitrust official's remarks
The Justice Department recently expressed a renewed focus on enforcement against the individual executives and officers.
Australia
21 Jul 2016
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Taking punishment to the Max?: Individual liability for competition offences post-Maxzone
Canadian businesses should prepare plans and training for executives and employees to limit exposure under the Act.
Canada
21 Jul 2016
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The Yates Memo – a renewed US focus on individual misconduct in corporate investigations
One of the most effective ways to combat corporate misconduct is by seeking accountability from the individuals who perpetrated the wrongdoing.
United States
21 Jul 2016
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Criminal cartel offence in UK: public attitudes
The cartel offence sits uncomfortably in the canon of criminal offences, and also within the UK competition law regime.
UK
21 Jul 2016
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The criminal cartel offence around the world
The designation of cartel conduct as a criminal offence is now reflected in statute books in every region of the world.
Australia
20 Jul 2016
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New false accounting offences bolsters bribery toolbox for Australian Federal Police
These new false accounting crimes have significant consequences for Australian corporations, employees and contractors.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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Changes to liquor and gaming licensing laws in Queensland due to come into effect on 1 July 2016
Alcohol-fuelled violence is a hot topic in Australian media and one which the Queensland Government wishes to confront.
Australia
4 Feb 2016
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Brazil regulations and investigation: Brazil's new anti-corruption regulations enacted
This Decree creates rules for compliance programs and provides more guidance for companies with Brazilian operations.
Brazil
29 Jul 2015
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The focus on corruption in Australia continues: the Royal Commission into Trade Union governance and corruption
The spotlight on corruption in Australian government intensified recently with a number of high profile investigations.
Australia
12 Jan 2015
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The new tools for insider traders
White collar criminals are using complex financial products including contracts for difference (CFD) to avoid detection.
Australia
 
27 Oct 2014
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Asia-Pacific anti-corruption laws ensnare multinationals in complexity, says new guide
The guide provides an overview of business ethics & anti-corruption regimes and related laws in the Asia-Pacific region.
Australia
29 Sep 2014
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