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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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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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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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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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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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An Action Plan for Queensland's Liquor Licensing Laws
On Sunday, the Queensland Government released its "Safe Night Out Strategy".
Australia
31 Mar 2014
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Getting serious about cyber safety for kids
Internet safety for children is a great problem – cyberbullying, trolling, sexting, or access to inappropriate content.
Australia
17 Feb 2013
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International: AXN v Worboys [2012] EWHC 1730 (QB)
The motor liability insurers were not held liable to meet the claims for damages against charges of sexual assault.
Australia
15 Sep 2012
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Stalking changes up the ante on bullying
The Crimes Amendment (Bullying) Bill 2011 has now received Royal Assent and has passed into legislation.
Australia
28 Jun 2011
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