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Latest Case

Providing innovative procurement solutions for local government projects April 20, 2018

We advised City of Casey on the procurement process of the Bunjil Place Project. Bunjil Place is a $125 million civic and cultural precinct for the City of Casey, encompassing an 800-seat theatre and 200-seat … Continued

Latest News

Maddocks signs on for Luminance AI platform May 24, 2018

Thursday 24 May 2018 Maddocks has adopted an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to assist in streamlining due diligence processes. The firm has signed on to use the market-leading Luminance AI platform to provide due diligence … Continued

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Strategic use of regulatory action policies: an example in the context of Freedom of Information May 23, 2018

Regulatory action policies (including strategies and statements issued by regulators) are a useful tool for regulators to signal the importance of a particular regulatory area to the regulated sector and to the public at large. … Continued

FOI & Privacy Blog

  • Massive Equifax data breach – a timely reminder (of what not to do)

    Another massive data breach has hit the news with US listed ‘global information solutions company’ Equifax Inc. announcing a cybersecurity ‘incident’ potentially impacting a whopping 143 million US consumers. To put this into context – … Continued

  • FOI changes about to commence

    Significant changes to the Victorian Freedom of Information Act 1982 are about to take effect that have implications for councils. The changes include: New Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner, comprising the Information Commissioner, the … Continued

  • Return to Safe Harbour?

    On 6 October 2015, the  European Court of Justice ruled that the ‘safe harbour’ agreement for data flows between the European Union and the United States was invalid. The safe harbour agreement was set up … Continued