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Australia’s economy is changing. Rapid advances in technology, social media, the new forms of work, and the start-up phenomenon, have all changed the way in which Australian business treats its intellectual property, trade secrets and know how. The protection of confidential information, and the detection of its misuse, is only going to assume increasing importance as these changes to our economy continue to evolve.
Breach of confidence claims can be fast paced, high stakes, and stressful for both plaintiff and defendant. They can be just as stressful for the legal advisers and the Court. The purpose of this session is to discuss the tips and traps for running a breach of confidence claim, and in particular, the initial stages of seeking interlocutory relief. The session will cover tips and traps from both the plaintiff and defendant perspective.
Deloitte’s Forensic Services team will explain the new software available to business to protect confidential information and detect its misuse – evidence will no longer be just about email searches, log in tracking and USB tracing.
This session builds on the previous Victorian Bar CPD session that provided an introduction and overview to blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies. This session will survey the extant Australian case law considering blockchain and cryptocurrencies, drawing out the key themes and implications for the law and legal practice. The session will also delve into current regulatory trends and make predictions about the types of evidentiary, legal, and jurisdictional issues that may arise in the context of future legal disputes.
This session provides a valuable insight into how electronic hearings work. You will be presented with techniques for pre-hearing preparation as well as recommended approaches for maximising the benefits technology can deliver during a hearing.
We have enlisted the services of two barristers familiar with electronic hearings. They will share their experiences and provide valuable insight into conducting a trial electronically.