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How Data De-Identification Can Minimise Your Privacy Obligations

In an age where significant amounts of personal information are passed through online systems, it is critical for organisations to have an effective de-identification process in place to ensure that their privacy obligations are met under the Privacy Act 1988.  Every day Aussie businesses and others across the globe collect

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Can employers make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory?

MELBOURNE: Protests have occurred recently with workers in the construction sector opposed to mandatory vaccinations and other restrictions. Health authorities say getting vaccinated is our path out of the pandemic, but is forcing people the best way to do it? Can employers make it mandatory for their staff to get

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Life, Relationships and Joint Ventures

Hear from Founder of Clearpoint Enterprises, Joel Cranshaw, as he joins Gines from the Lifelong Learner Podcast to chat about all things life, relationships, and the power of doing law differently. Joel is a true entrepreneur. The serial joint venturer binds together Clearpoint Legal, an out-sourced general counsel services firm, Clearpoint Ventures,

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What is Legal Counsel, and Why Do You Need It?

What is Legal Counsel? Legal counsel refers to law professionals who work within an organisation, either individually or as part of a team, to provide that organisation with legal guidance during the course of its operations.  The role of any effective in-house legal team is not just to react to,

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How NewLaw is Disrupting the Legal Landscape

What is NewLaw? NewLaw is essentially a catch-all term that encompasses any set of legal work practices that leverage an innovative use of modern technology, alternative communication solutions and pricing structures to deliver a cost-effective, efficient and high-quality service to clients.  While that all sounds very interesting, how exactly does

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How Data De-Identification Can Minimise Your Privacy Obligations

In an age where significant amounts of personal information are passed through online systems, it is critical for organisations to have an effective de-identification process in place to ensure that their privacy obligations are met under the Privacy Act 1988.  Every day Aussie businesses and others across the globe collect

READ MORE >
Can employers make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory?

MELBOURNE: Protests have occurred recently with workers in the construction sector opposed to mandatory vaccinations and other restrictions. Health authorities say getting vaccinated is our path out of the pandemic, but is forcing people the best way to do it? Can employers make it mandatory for their staff to get

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Life, Relationships and Joint Ventures

Hear from Founder of Clearpoint Enterprises, Joel Cranshaw, as he joins Gines from the Lifelong Learner Podcast to chat about all things life, relationships, and the power of doing law differently. Joel is a true entrepreneur. The serial joint venturer binds together Clearpoint Legal, an out-sourced general counsel services firm, Clearpoint Ventures,

READ MORE >
Clearpoint-Legal-talk
What is Legal Counsel, and Why Do You Need It?

What is Legal Counsel? Legal counsel refers to law professionals who work within an organisation, either individually or as part of a team, to provide that organisation with legal guidance during the course of its operations.  The role of any effective in-house legal team is not just to react to,

READ MORE >
Clearpoint-Legal-journal
How NewLaw is Disrupting the Legal Landscape

What is NewLaw? NewLaw is essentially a catch-all term that encompasses any set of legal work practices that leverage an innovative use of modern technology, alternative communication solutions and pricing structures to deliver a cost-effective, efficient and high-quality service to clients.  While that all sounds very interesting, how exactly does

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