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Inhouse Counsel (newsletter)
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2018
Volume 22 No 4 — August 2018
On-premises retail crime: a checklist for businesses of rights and obligations
Managing the personal liability of in-house counsel through insurance
Safe harbour for service providers: an update on the amendments to the Copyright Act
Blocked! The latest developments in the use of the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2015
General Editor’s note
Volume 22 No 3 — May 2018
Unconscionable conduct under the Australian Consumer Law: Part 2
Evolution not revolution: ACCC merger review’s trends and strategies
Australia’s new competition laws — misuse of market power and concerted practices: what you need to know
ACCC commences inquiry into digital platforms
General Editor’s note
Volume 22 No 2 — April 2018
Corporate groups and knowing involvement under the Australian Consumer Law — ACCC v Swishette Pty Ltd
Unconscionable conduct: equity and the Australian Consumer Law
Too good to be true? ACCC acts to maintain trust in online review sites
Valve v ACCC: welcome guidance on the meaning of “carrying on business within Australia” under the Australian Consumer Law — however, questions remain about this concept under other Acts
General Editor’s note
Volume 22 No 1 — March 2018
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty Ltd
Consultation on Whistleblowers Bill 2017
Reaching the safe harbour — an easy voyage for directors?
The minefield of labour hire agencies, on-hire workers, employees and host employers: who has actually dismissed the worker and who is responsible?
Federal Court curtails complex preliminary discovery “mini-trials”
General Editor’s note
2017
Volume 21 No 10 — December 2017
Waiver of legal professional privilege
Practical legal drafting
High Court to determine employer’s duties during workplace investigations
Redundancies — practical tips and update for in-house counsel
Adverse action — 2017 update
Considerations for employers in the “gig economy” era
Performance management process and termination of employment — a practical guide
Who’s watching? Managing workplace surveillance technologies
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 8&9 — November 2017
The stormy journey into the safe harbour: recent reforms in Australian insolvency law
Preparing for Australia’s anti-slavery mandatory reporting requirements: what in-house counsel need to know
Broadband for all: an update on the Productivity Commission’s review of the Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation
Concerted practices — guidance from abroad?
There’s a glitch in the matrix — the application of consumer guarantees to the IoT
Current trends in property development
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 7 — September 2017
Expert evidence — the hot tub method versus traditional cross-examination
Collateral contracts, weak warranties and the risk of a handshake on the side
Damages for breach of contract — updates and considerations for in-house counsel
Directors’ and officers’ indemnities: key components and practical tips
Consequential loss — drafting tips and reminders from current case law
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 6 — August 2017
A new data strategy for the digital world
What regtech means for in-house counsel (and their regulators)
The benefits and risks of cybersecurity information sharing
A security by any other name: initial coin offerings and legal issues around blockchain fund raisings
Privacy in the Cloud: impact of the new mandatory notifiable data breach scheme
Australian telecommunications reform front and centre
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 5 — July 2017
Alliances, PPPs and delivery partner contracts — general update and tips
Media buying: contracting tools to create transparency
404 error: cyber security for business
Caution: indemnity ahead — Court of Appeal overturns decision in favour of CSR in CSR Ltd v Adecco (Australia) Pty Ltd
FIRB 2017 — changes under Australia’s foreign investment regime
Who are you and how can you prove it? The evolving requirements for verification of identity rules
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 4 — June 2017
Building brand trust: in-house counsel must navigate risk and reward
Writing board papers
A refresher on unconscionability following Wu v Ling
Variation of contracts — practical guidance
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 3 — May 2017
Case management reforms in the Federal Court of Australia
Legal perils to avoid when using social networks
Increased penalties, a general safety law and complaints database among recommendations for consumer law reform
Defamation issues in the digital world
The ACCC’s 2017 compliance and enforcement priorities for consumers and small businesses
Moving with the times — the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry Report into Australia’s Intellectual Property Arrangements
Practical tips for trade mark registration
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 2 — April 2017
Game over — Valve ordered to pay $3 million for consumer law breaches
Competition risks in high technology industries
Would I lie to you? Making ads distinguishable
Consumer guarantees 101: lessons from recent Australian Competition and Consumer Commission enforcement actions
ACCC identifies enforcement priorities for 2017
Reform of competition laws in 2017
“Who are my competitors?” — and other questions to navigate after the High Court’s decision in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd
General Editor’s note
Volume 21 No 1 — March 2017
In Short — latest developments and updates
Whistleblower protections in corporate Australia: issues, developments and best practices
Cautionary tales — ethical issues for lawyers arising from the use of social media
Gifts and hospitality: don’t entertain anti-bribery and corruption risks
Can in-house counsel be held liable for their employer’s sins? Accessorial liability under the Fair Work Act
General Editor’s note
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