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Kristina Antoniades is the winner of the Accredited Specialist Achievement Award (Family Law) in the Law Institute of Victoria’s 14th Victorian Legal Awards.  Warmest congratulations to Kristina!

Clea Cole and Darren Sommers comment in Legalwise News on the GDPR, and why it’s not all doom and gloom for Australian businesses.

Family Law - Partner of the Year

Monica Blizzard is a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Awards 2018! The awards recognise the exceptional contribution of individuals and firms, with category winners automatically shortlisted for the coveted Lawyers Weekly Excellence Award. Best of luck Monica!

Darren Sommers is recommended in the Leading Technology Media & Telecommunications Lawyers category (Victoria, 2018) of the highly respected Doyles Guide, with our firm also recommended in the accompanying Leading Technology Media & Telecommunications Law Firms category. 

Darren Sommers comments on the need for crypto regulation in this piece for Finfeed.com.

Cambridge Analytica – who’s the blame?  Amelia Edwards shares her thoughts in this piece for  SMK – Social Media Knowledge .

KHQ Insights

How to deal with negative customer reviews


Posted By on 7/06/18 at 10:10 AM

As your mum used to say, ‘sticks and stones may break your bones, but negative customer reviews might break your business’ (or something along those lines, anyway). The ACCC recently announced that Wisdom Properties Group Pty Ltd received a firm slap on the wrist – and a court-enforceable undertaking – requiring it to remove certain … Read more

GDPR – impact on Australian businesses


Posted By on 7/06/18 at 9:40 AM

On 25 May 2018, changes to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) came into effect requiring organisations all over the world (including businesses in Australia) to provide a high level of protection to the personal data of individuals in the EU, and allow those individuals to maintain better control over their personal data. … Read more