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Digital signatures: Redesigning signing
Digital signatures: Redesigning signing

 Mark Burrows 01 Apr 2020

Electronic signatures can be a reliable, cost-effective and secure way of executing a document, but they are not without risks. Digital signatures mitigate those risks and can be more secure than ink.

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Reversing Robodebt
Reversing Robodebt

 Miles Browne and Charley Brumby-Rendell 01 Apr 2020

Days before the test case challenging Centrelink’s Robodebt system was listed for final hearing, the federal government conceded that Robodebt contained a fatal legal flaw.

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Cyber insurance: Necessity or nicety
Cyber insurance: Necessity or nicety

 EJ Wise 01 Apr 2020

Organisations must recognise cyber security threats to their business, undertake due diligence to address security gaps, and balance their risks through cyber-specific insurance policies.

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Consumer data right: Data portability – Can the CDR succeed where the GDPR has failed?
Consumer data right: Data portability – Can the CDR succeed where the GDPR has failed?

 Simon Thompson 01 Apr 2020

The CDR is to be rolled out to certain sectors of the Australian economy. IT could deliver on the promise of data-sharing between firms where other data sharing laws have failed?

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 LIV Library 01 Apr 2020

VCAT – Forms, guides and resources, LIV Library – Frequently Asked Questions, Therapeutic Jurisprudence in the Mainstream, Family Relationships Online – Resources and Publications, Ministry of Justice &ndash Judicial Decisions Online and The Law Handbook 2020.

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Technophile: Lapp
Technophile: Lapp

 Peter Moran 01 Apr 2020

This portal is for communicating with and uploading documents to LodgeX as online settlement agents.

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Technology: Legal advice via livechat
Technology: Legal advice via livechat

 Jon Cina 01 Apr 2020

The justice sector has been working to open itself up to those who need it most for years. Now, the tools exist to make it happen.

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Criminal lawyers call for court videolink hearings during COVID-19
Criminal lawyers call for court videolink hearings during COVID-19

 Karin Derkley 31 Mar 2020

The criminal law sector could suffer serious damage unless the criminal courts provide for hearings to be held via videolink during the COVID-19 pandemic, criminal lawyers say...

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Memorandum - Law Council Cyber Precedent Website
Memorandum - Law Council Cyber Precedent Website

 Technology and Innovation Section 03 Mar 2020

The LIV has written to the Law Council of Australia recommending revisions to the Cyber Precedent Website...

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 LIV Library 01 Mar 2020

Judicial Council on Cultural Diversity, Australian Corporate Lawyer, Crime Statistics Agency, Law Council of Australia – Resources, Consumer Affairs Victoria – forms and publications and Australian Competition Law...

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Technophile: Lex Narro
Technophile: Lex Narro

 Peter Moran 01 Mar 2020

Practitioners wanting to keep track of their CPD records may find this useful...

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LIV submission on a new Online Safety Act
LIV submission on a new Online Safety Act

 Technology and the Law Committee 25 Feb 2020

The LIV has made a submission to the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications consultation on a new Online Safety Act...

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Big law firms embracing change in 2020
Big law firms embracing change in 2020

 Karin Derkley 12 Feb 2020

Leaders of large law firms are embracing change this year, in terms of technology, their workforce and the way they deal with clients...

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Technology: Algorithmic discrimination
Technology: Algorithmic discrimination

 Natalie Sheard 01 Feb 2020

Algorithmic bias or discrimination has been recorded in employment, financial, law enforcement and judicial contexts, posing challenges for the Australian legal system...

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 LIV Library 01 Feb 2020

Judicial College of Victoria, Supreme Court of Victoria – Class actions, Supporting Justice – Resources for lawyers, judicial officers and court professionals, New Material – LIV Library page, Stay Smart Online and Judicial College of Victoria – Family Violence Bench Book

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