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Viewing entries tagged with 'lawyers'

Coming to a place near you Charles Mabbett
7 March 2016

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We make regular visits to the regions to meet people, discuss our work and find out how we can help. It is part of our public affairs and education outreach programme.

Fined for not handing over a file Charles Mabbett
19 May 2015

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A lawyer has been fined $7500 for failing to release a file to a client’s new lawyer. The case, reported in the Law Society magazine Law Talk, is relevant to an issue that we’ve blogged about before because clients’ rights to access information held by their lawyers is also covered by the Privacy Act.

Solicitor's lien and the Privacy Act Dana George
26 November 2014

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We get it. As a lawyer, one of the least fun things about your job is chasing the money. Sometimes people just don’t cough up for the service you provide.

Do you need privacy expertise? JLB
10 November 2014

privacy directory

We’ve built a directory on our website to help you identify who you can use. Think the Yellow Pages and their “let your fingers do the walking”. Our directory is an expanding resource of experts in the privacy field. 

Calling all privacy professionals JLB
9 October 2014


Are you a practising privacy specialist who provides consultancy services, legal advice or training in privacy? Or perhaps you are a privacy commentator and advocate?