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Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures
Law Institute of Victoria responds to informer disclosures

 LIV Media 03 Dec 2018

The LIV is extremely concerned by disclosures that a legal professional acted as a police informer against clients during the gangland wars...

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Who can they tell?
Who can they tell?

 Philip Hill 03 Dec 2018

In many cases, statutory confidentiality requirements have been critical to the success of corruption investigations...

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Acting against former clients:  loyalty vs confidentiality
Acting against former clients: loyalty vs confidentiality

 Gino Dal Pont 03 Dec 2018

Targeting confidentiality in the successive conflict context aligns with the recognition, by judges and rule-makers, of scope for information barriers...

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EU sets new standard
EU sets new standard

 Belinda Tralli 01 Aug 2018

We should have the right to control who has access to our personal information...

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Sex offender public register won’t protect our children
Sex offender public register won’t protect our children

 Dr Karen Gelb 14 Feb 2018

For his latest bid in the law-and-order auction that is the 2018 Victorian state election, Opposition leader Matthew Guy has promised a Serious Sex Offender Public Register...

 

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Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary
Sex offender photo register counter-productive and unnecessary

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2018

Critics say Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy's proposal for a photo register of sex offenders is misguided, will undermine the value of the sex offenders register and encourage vigilantism...

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Small firms may be caught by data breach notification scheme
Small firms may be caught by data breach notification scheme

 Karin Derkley 13 Feb 2018

Just because a firm has less than $3 million in turnover doesn’t mean it won’t be caught by the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (NDBS) that comes into effect 22 February, technology lawyers have warned...

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Confidentiality and conflict of interest are first cousins
Confidentiality and conflict of interest are first cousins

 Donna Cooper and Michael Dolan 01 Nov 2017

Confidentiality and conflicts of interest present two of the most challenging ethical areas for practitioners. One in three calls to the LIV Ethics and Practice Support service relate to these subjects...

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