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February 15, 2023 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM AEDT

Virtual Event | 

Piper Alderman

Pricing
Members: $0
Non-members: $0
Non-members In-House Counsel: $0
Category
Substantive Law

Overview (Program Summary)

Throughout 2022, we saw extensive regulatory changes and external challenges faced by corporate organisations across all industries. Looking to 2023, we expect to see the impacts of these changes consequently bring novel challenges to watch out for.

In this roundtable discussion, our panel will discuss:

  • A summary of the major enforcement proceedings brought by the ACCC in 2022, and the areas we expect to see further action in 2023
  • Developments in class actions and climate litigation
  • Cyber security breaches from 2022 and how these will impact on 2023
  • AFSL license holders and how cyber security measures interact with the Corporations Act

This session will be relevant for all in-house counsel roles.


Speakers

 

Andrea Beatty

Andrea Beatty, Partner

Andrea specialises in financial services, banking and corporate law.

Andrea brings legal capability and insight into regulatory matters, corporate governance, compliance and risk management. She assists her clients to adapt to the changing regulatory landscape to ensure they meet the expectations of their customers and shareholders and regulators.

ndrea also has in-depth knowledge of privacy laws and regularly advises clients on data and privacy security and breach remediation.

Andrea has been appointed an AUSTRAC authorised external AML/CTF auditor, regularly developing and conducting independent reviews of AML/CTF programs.
 

Anne Freeman

Anne Freeman, Partner

Anne is an experienced dispute resolution lawyer who partners with clients to achieve the best and most efficient outcomes when disputes arise. Anne has represented large multi-nationals, as well as smaller corporations and individuals. She has acted in a wide range of commercial disputes including representing parties in a Royal Commission, and in Courts and Tribunals of all levels in a number of Australian states, as well as in the United Kingdom.

Anne has acted for both claimants and defendants in commercial and other class actions.

She regularly advises clients on contractual obligations and possible actions against contracting parties, including actions for breaches of legislation, such as the Competition and Consumer Act and the Corporations Act and in negligence, as well as defending clients against such claims. Anne also has expertise in prosecuting and defending professional indemnity claims and claims on insurance.
 

Andrew Rankin

Andrew Rankin, Partner

Andrew is an experienced corporate and commercial lawyer with more than 25 years’ experience.

He regularly works with domestic and international clients on mergers & acquisitions, capital raisings, competition law and Australian regulatory compliance matters.

Andrew advises both private companies and publicly listed companies and has particularly strong experience in acting for those in the financial services, healthcare, aged care and agribusiness sectors.
 

Craig Subocz

Craig Subocz, Senior Associate

Craig is an intellectual property and technology lawyer with expertise in all facets of IT contracting and procurement, including advising on competitive procurement processes and the preparation and negotiation of supply and service contracts, such as anything-as-a-service, agile software development, hardware supply and maintenance contracts and managed services arrangements. He has also worked with clients to develop terms of use for electronic commerce platforms.

Craig is experienced in data security and information privacy matters, such as preparing privacy and credit reporting policies, employee procedures and data breach response plans, as well as delivery of privacy training. Craig has a broad knowledge of Victorian and Commonwealth privacy laws, as well as the GDPR. Craig has advised a number of clients on compliance with the mandatory data breach notification requirements under the Privacy Act, including whether a data breach is notifiable and the preparation of notifications and applications for exemption from notification requirements.

Notes

*Competitor Exclusion – ACC Australia Partners may request that representative/s of a competitor organisation/s registered for the event be excluded, and ACC Australia reserves the right to make the final decision as to whether a registration is rejected. As a guide, a competitor organisation could be defined as a rival organisation of similar size to the host  Corporate Partner, with an established practice, product or service in the area being showcased by the Corporate Partners at the event. Please provide a brief statement as to why you have deemed an organisation to be a competitor, in support of any request to ACC Australia to reject a registration. 

*Please note that registrations are managed directly through Piper Alderman. Please let ACC Australia know if you have not received your confirmation email within 24 hours, as this will affect your ability to access the webinar. 

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Credits: 1 CPD Point
Category: Substantive Law

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