There’s no risk of FOMO (fear of missing out) when we’re bringing the experts to you!
Next month, our virtual In-House Counsel Day means there'll be no car traffic to navigate through to get to the conference centre, no need to set your alarm earlier than usual to catch the morning train or mask-wearing (for Victorians). Instead, grab a coffee and sit back in the comfort of your own office and allow us to bring the experts to you!
Two of our In-House Counsel Day sessions directly speak to potential fallouts from the COVID pandemic.
Managing your data in the post-COVID world
Managing data risk and information governance has long been a challenge for organisations – one that often lands on the shoulders of in-house legal. In this session, Tim de Sousa, a strategic and operational privacy expert and Christopher Hatfield, an experienced technologist, both from FTI Consulting, will share how to identify and assess the legal and other ramifications of the new post-COVID data risk environment, the common pitfalls in corporate information governance, compliance risks created by ‘data hoarding’ and much much more.
Employer Responsibilities or Industrial Manslaughter? Ethical considerations as COVID vaccines roll out.
There are a complex range of ethical considerations now that COVID-19 vaccines are being rolled out. In this session, Charles Power, Partner at Holding Redlich, who has over 20 years of skills, expertise and experience in workplace relations and safety law, will discuss whether an employer has the right to mandate employees must be vaccinated. He will also share the employer's responsibility to ensure employees are vaccinated, employer payments, and implications from an extreme reaction to a vaccination.
With the extent of the pandemic still not entirely played out, these are two not-to-be-missed sessions.