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The New Insider Trading Trend: Harsher Penalties and Greater Risks for Businesses – Part One

By pursuing recent high profile cases against Richard Kamay, Steven Xiao and Oliver Curtis, ASIC has shown that it will prosecute those who have engaged or been involved in insider trading.
Richard Flitcroft
Grant Mason
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What's wrong with WhatsApp?

The recent ban on WhatsApp in Brazil marks the third time the online communication service has been banned in the country and highlights the real risks for preserving, obtaining and presenting evidence of online communications in litigation.
Matthew Critchley
Ben Winford
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Hung or hung out to dry? What fewer than 76 seats could mean for Australian business

How would a minority government address the key issues for business? Ask Corrs CEO John Denton and Partner Andrew Lumsden.
John W.H. Denton AO
Andrew Lumsden
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Breaking Brexit Down: Anti-Corruption (VIDEO)

In part four of our video series, Corrs Partner Annette Hughes takes a closer look at the implications of Brexit on anti-corruption measures.
Annette Hughes
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What are ‘reasonable steps’ to protect personal information’? 5 key lessons from the Privacy Commissioner’s determinations

Under Australian privacy laws, organisations need to implement ‘reasonable steps’ to protect any personal information they hold. We look at the Privacy Commissioner’s determinations for guidance on what should be done.
Philip Catania
Tim Lee