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News - 15 Nov 19

Lander & Rogers has welcomed Morgan Waters and Arjunan "Archie" Thangarajah as Senior Associates to its Insurance Law & Litigation construction practice. "As a result of the significant growth of our construction practice nationally, we are delighted to bring on board two experienced Senior Associates in our Melbourne office," said Natasha... Read More

Publication - 26 Feb 18

On 22 February 2018, the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 came into effect. Under the new requirements, entities that are bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Privacy Act), known as "APP entities", will be obliged to notify the Privacy Commissioner and affected customers of any "eligible data breach" as soon as practicable after becoming aware... Read More

Publication - 15 Feb 18

With the new data breach notification laws taking effect this month, HR needs to be aware of how they could impact their organisation. It’s highly likely that your business is still holding personal information which is subject to the Australian Privacy Principles. If this is the case, you should be aware... Read More

Publication - 18 Apr 17

"We are responsible for conducting the business affairs of the companies in accordance with all applicable laws and in a moral and honest manner." "We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves." "We work with customers and prospects openly, honestly and sincerely." "We are satisfied... Read More

News - 10 Aug 16

Following a week of calls for a boycott of the 2016 Census amid fears regarding the security of personal information to be collected online this year, no one seemed particularly surprised when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) confirmed that the system had been targeted, and ultimately disabled, by malicious... Read More

Publication - 18 Jul 16

WorkSafe Victoria is conducting a State-wide campaign to inspect 1000 construction sites with a focus on identifying and rectifying fall from height risks. This is a timely reminder for those who are duty holders under Victorian OHS legislation—ie employers, principal contractors and others involved in the control or management of a... Read More

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