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CPD Studio

As the March 31 deadline to fulfilled CPD requirements edges closer, we recently ran our annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) legal studio events nation-wide. These two day events provide an opportunity for our clients to network, hear about the latest legal trends from industry experts and also earn important CPD points for compliance.

For the first time, due to overwhelming response, six of the sessions from day one were recorded to be made available online. This means those unable to attend in person can still benefit from the program and gain their critical CPD points.

Regulatory challenges - staying ahead of the game

CDP POINT: CORE: PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS 

There has been an obvious increase in co-ordinated action by regulators of recent years. The same conduct or incident may give rise to multiple regulator action or interest.
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General Counsel remuneration in ASX companies

CDP POINT: CORE: PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS SKILLS  

See MinterEllison's latest research highlighting the changing structure and quanta of General Counsel and Company Secretary remuneration in public companies in Australia.
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Ethics

CDP POINT: CORE: ETHICS 

We tackle the common ethical issues faced by in-house and external counsel – ‘meat and potatoes’ coverage. Refresh your understanding and learn some important lessons from recent cases and trends.
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Harper and Beyond: Reviewing the key reforms and looking ahead in 2018

CDP POINT: CORE: SUBSTANTIVE LAW / GENERAL

This practical session provides an update on recent major changes to Australia’s competition law, as a result of the Harper reforms coming into play in late 2017. Download the presentation

Mandatory notification of data breaches is here

CDP POINT: CORE: SUBSTANTIVE LAW / GENERAL

The regulatory landscape in Australia is set to change with the introduction of a mandatory notification scheme for eligible data breaches from 22 February 2018, closely followed by new mandatory data breach notification laws in the EU (and Canada).
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