Privacy and Sourcing Personal Information to Assist in Litigation
Start time 27 Mar 2020 12:45pm (Australia - Melbourne)
End time 27 Mar 2020 1:45pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Location Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne
Speaker
Catering Includes refreshments
Designed for Legal practitioners
Product Code S20202
CPD Units:

Professional Skills: 1.0
Variants
$100.00
(includes GST)

Privacy and Sourcing Personal Information to Assist in Litigation

1.0
27 Mar 2020 12:45pm - 27 Mar 2020 1:45pm (Australia - Melbourne)
Leo Cussen Centre for Law, Level 16, 15 William Street, Melbourne

Would you know how to respond if your client asked you to source personal or confidential information to assist in the course of litigation including settlement negotiation? Would you know how to respond if they sought to provide such information to you? Where is the line between acceptable litigation strategy and a breach of privacy which is or may be unlawful?

This unique seminar will outline the sort of information which is regarded as acceptable use of personal information in litigation and negotiation and what would be regarded as a breach of privacy legislation and guidelines.

Our presenter will outline the key issues including:

  • What information is regarded as personal information
  • What information is regarded as confidential information
  • What information may breach legislation
  • What is the impact on claims of unfairness or other ground for challenging settlements

This seminar can be booked individually or as part of our CPD Mix & Match 5 Point Marathon, Friday 27 March.
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