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05 October 2021
Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security backs two step approach to adopting the security of critical infrastructure reforms
On 29 September, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security ( PJCIS ) published its advisory report on the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020. 1
17 August 2021
Business Human Rights in the Tech Sector
Business and human rights in the tech sector is attracting ever-increasing attention from investors, lenders, governments, NGOs and the public. Tech and digital companies have the ability to impact all human rights, facilitating access to information, skills, employment and connecting people around...
26 July 2021
Bills, Parliamentary reviews, industry consultations… the Australian cyber regulation maze is about to become even more complex
On 13 July, the Government published a discussion paper on potential reforms to make Australia more resilient to cyber security trends. The Government considers that the way to get there is to create stronger incentives for Australian businesses to invest in cyber security. Submissions on the...
22 June 2021
Mandatory notification of ransomware payments in Australia appears likely
On 21 June 2021, Shadow Assistant Minister for Cyber Security, Tim Watts, introduced in Federal Parliament the Ransomware Payments Bill 2021 (the Bill ). This follows the Department of Home Affairs secretary, Mike Pezzullo, flagging the idea at a Senate Committee Hearing earlier this year in May...
09 November 2020
Securing Australia’s critical infrastructure: Government reforms will leave no sector untouched, but questions remain
On 9 November 2020, the Department of Home Affairs released the Exposure Draft of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020 for consultation, with submissions due by 27 November (the Bill ).
22 October 2019
2019 Global Bank Review
The 2019 edition of our Global Bank Review: The Data Game , explores the rapid growth of data as one of the most significant developments in the banking sector. That being the case, we are still only at the beginning of the data journey and its impact in the next decade or two will be even more...
10 October 2019
Are you prepared? The board’s role in crisis management
With the ever-increasing growth in the number and potential magnitude of cyber, technological and operational risks to financial services entities, boards need to be prepared to respond to these types of crisis and ensure that the entity’s critical information assets are appropriately secured.
23 October 2018
Court of Appeal confirms Morrisons vicariously liable for employee's deliberate actions in first successful UK class action for data breach
The Court of Appeal has today dismissed an appeal against the High Court's decision that Morrisons was vicariously liable for its employee’s misuse of data, despite: (i) Morrisons having done as much as it reasonably could to prevent the misuse; and (ii) the employee's intention being to cause...
01 November 2017
The view from Brussels – Brexit negotiations – Developments in October
The Brexit debate often looks different viewed from Brussels rather than from London. It is however important for businesses to also keep in mind the Brussels perspective and therefore we publish a monthly view from our Brussels office on recent developments and the state of the negotiations.
25 October 2021
Covid-19 Market Disclosures and Managing the Associated Litigation Risks
Since the start of the pandemic many listed companies have sought to strengthen their balance sheet by raising additional capital from shareholders. This article considers the types of disclosures relating to Covid-19 that have been made to the market when doing so, the potential litigation risks...
25 October 2021
Australian Consumer Law - 10 Years Old and Really Growing Up
During this session our diverse group of panellists, including representatives from the ACCC, Telstra and Choice, explored the impact of the ACL on corporate Australia, the role of enforcement as compared to other forms of regulatory persuasion, the management of ACL risks within a large...
25 October 2021
Final Report of the Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre: No more ‘light touch’ regime but an opportunity missed
The Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre produced its Final Report on 20 October 2021 which supplements its recommendations in its first two interim reports. For the Committee’s recommendations in its second interim report, see our Article available here .
25 October 2021
SPACs in the City: the emerging litigation and regulatory risks in England and Wales
SPACs scorched the US stock markets last year, with the UK left out in the cold. While the recent crackdown by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is cooling investor interest in the US, the UK regulators are hoping that changes to the regulatory framework will bring some SPAC sunshine to...
21 October 2021
UK National Security and Investment Act 2021: what do investors need to know?
This is an updated version of our briefing published on 30 April 2021 On 29 April 2021 the UK National Security and Investment (NSI) Bill received Royal Assent. The NSI Act 2021 introduces significant legislative reforms which will overhaul the review of transactions and investments on national...
20 October 2021
Video series: watch key insights shared on the Future of Work
18 months of upheaval in the shape of the pandemic has led to big questions for employers across the globe – many are still unsure how to answer. To support the launch of our flagship Future of Work [link] report, this video series offers digestible highlights across a range of topics including...
20 October 2021
The View from Brussels: Are we headed for a UK-EU Trade War?
The dispute over the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland to the UK Withdrawal Agreement is proving hard to implement. The European Parliament Research Service has produced a useful summary . The UK government has even suggested reneging on it but pulled...
18 October 2021
Public Law Project: Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference 2021
We are delighted to be supporting the Public Law Project again in running its annual Judicial Review Trends and Forecasts conference. This year the conference will take place as a week of online seminars on the theme of 'accountability and the constitution'.