Voller judgment makes it clear that businesses can no longer afford to ignore online comments. By ANGUS MACINNIS
There is an increasing need for the formal recognition of limited scope services in legislation, ethics and court rules in Australia. By JOHN CORKER.
Limited scope services can enhance access to justice and help to define the changing roles played by lawyers and clients. By MICHAEL LEGG.
In-house counsel and external lawyers can benefit from greater collaboration, and clear articulation of the objective of the legal work. By MICHAEL LEGG and FELICITY…
Email scams are targeting law practices. Warn clients about email scams targeting funds transfers. Educate everyone in your law practice about risks. By SIMONE HERBERT-LOWE.
It is important that legal practitioners have some understanding of metadata in order to safeguard a client’s confidential and privileged information. By HELEN BROWNE.
ASIC has released guidance on Initial Coin Offerings/Token Sales. By MICHAEL BACINA and SINA KASSRA.
Token sales (also known as Initial Coin Offerings) offer a new form of fundraising which involves an exchange of fiat currency (US or Australian dollars…
The adoption of smart contracts continues to grow, comprising a variety of contractual relationships partly automated by computer software and which run on blockchain technology….
Two decisions have prompted doubts amongst practitioners about electronic signatures. By TROY ROLLO.
The Victoria decision in McConnell Dowell Constructions (Aust) Pty Ltd v Santam Ltd (No 1) signals the emerging judicial acceptance of predictive coding. By THOMAS…