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In 2020-21 the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman dealt with complaints and enquiries from over 119,000 people and small businesses. In her capacity as the leader of the nation’s highest volume complaint handling service, Ombudsman Judi Jones will discuss how the TIO resolves disputes out of the courtroom through conciliation and investigation and their work in identifying and resolving systemic problems. She will also discuss the regulatory and legislative prospects sitting on the horizon of an ever-changing telecommunications landscape. This includes the…Find out more »
Bird & Bird and CAMLA invite you to join us for a webinar discussion with experts in the AdTech industry relating to recent developments in digital advertising, including: Apple’s ATT campaign Cookiepocalypse ACCC inquiry into AdTech ACCC inquiry into app marketplaces Privacy law reforms Digital and app-based businesses, including streaming platforms, social media networks, video game creators and news publishers, are experiencing an upheaval in the way they monetise…Find out more »
SPORTS LAW 101 WEBINAR CAMLA YOUNG LAWYERS What is sports law? What does a 'sports lawyer' do? Hear from our expert panel as they take us through a day in the life practising sports law and we discuss some of the trending topics in the industry. Panel: Tim Fuller, Special Counsel, Gadens Simon Merritt, Senior Associate, Lander & Rogers Calli Tsipidis, Legal Counsel, Foxtel GroupFind out more »
CAMLA Young Lawyers presents: Injurious Falsehood 101 webinar Is injurious falsehood similar to defamation, or not at all? Is pleading injurious falsehood "going out of fashion"? Just how difficult is to establish actual damage? Hear answers to these questions, and many more, in a "back to basics" session with two of the country's leading experts: Sue Chrysanthou SC, 153 Phillip Barristers Dauid Sibtain, Level 22 ChambersFind out more »
With the release of Stage 2 of the Review of Model Defamation Provisions, centred upon the question of internet intermediary liability, CAMLA and JWS bring together a panel of defamation experts for a webinar discussion. This is an opportunity to join with leading tech players, expert counsel, an academic and an eminent defamation Judge in considering the next round of changes during the consultation period for Stage 2. Presentation via webinar. The link will be provided prior to the session.…Find out more »
The CAMLA Young Lawyers will be taking you back to basics and exploring the latest and greatest updates in privacy law. Our esteemed panel will provide practical insights into privacy law, including discussing the general framework of privacy law in Australia, as well as the issues relevant to reform during the Attorney-General's Department's review of the Privacy Act 1988. Panel includes: Peter Leonard, Data Synergies Sophie Dawson, Bird & Bird Veronica Scott, KPMG Kelly Matheson, MinterEllison Online &…Find out more »
CAMLA Young Lawyers are holding an in-person networking event for young lawyers and law students alike, with an interest in the media and communications industry. The evening will include a panel discussion, where our accomplished speakers will discuss their career paths, professional highlights and challenges and their advice for young lawyers looking to break into, and progress, in the industry. The finalists of the CAMLA essay competition will also be announced. Our esteemed panel includes: Timothy Webb, Partner, Clayton…Find out more »
PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE TO THURSDAY 19th NOVEMBER Hear from our expert panel as we discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the streaming industry: Debra Richards, Director, Production Policy, APAC, Netflix Emren Kara, General Counsel, Stan Sophie Jackson, Principal Legal Counsel, Foxtel Group Rob Nicholls, Associate Professor, UNSWFind out more »
With thanks to Ashurst and Level 22 Chambers, join us for an unmissable masterclass on non-publication and suppression orders, delivered by two of the country’s leading experts – Gina McWilliams, Senior Legal Counsel at News Corp, and Dauid Sibtain, Barrister at Level 22 Chambers – and moderated by Nicholas Perkins, Senior Associate at Ashurst and member of the CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee.Find out more »
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