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Providing strategic advice on expansion structures November 16, 2018

Founded in Bondi Beach in 2012, Bailey Nelson has rapidly grown into a global eyewear retailer and service provider with boutiques in Australia, London, Canada and New Zealand. The strong demand for their products and … Continued

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Maddocks and Osborne Clarke advise on toy company acquisition November 26, 2018

Monday 26 November 2018 Law firms Maddocks and Osborne Clarke have advised global toy company Moose Toys on its acquisition of UK toy company Worlds Apart. Under the deal, Moose Toys acquired all of Worlds … Continued

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Amended Security of Payment Laws passed in NSW – Overcoming the ‘Southern Han Effect’ and more December 3, 2018

Further to his recent paper about the The Murray Review of Security of Payment Laws , Mathew Stulic has prepared a follow-on piece about the Amended Security of Payment Laws Passed in NSW. This thought leadership piece … Continued

A practical guide to responding to data breaches

Organisations who are robustly prepared and who take a ‘whole of business’ approach to privacy and data protection can move from a place of reaction and fear to a place of confidence and cyber resilience, even in the face of the most serious and stressful data breaches.

Together with data protection and management experts Commvault, Maddocks has produced a series of practical guidance to help you effectively manage this transition within your organisation.

In this instalment we explore in more detail Step four in the Review – Refine – Retest and Respond model, and provide a hypothetical scenario on when things go wrong.

Download A practical guide to responding to data breaches [PDF 312 KB]

Organisations who are robustly prepared and who take a ‘whole of business’ approach to privacy and data protection can move from a place of reaction and fear to a place of confidence and cyber resilience, even in the face of the most serious and stressful data breaches.

Together with data protection and management experts Commvault, Maddocks has produced a series of practical guidance to help you effectively manage this transition within your organisation.

In this instalment we explore in more detail Step four in the Review – Refine – Retest and Respond model, and provide a hypothetical scenario on when things go wrong.

Download A practical guide to responding to data breaches [PDF 312 KB]