Computer Hacking – Episode 4

People all over the world have recently become more aware of the dangers surrounding computer hacking, especially after the NHS attack last year, which was dubbed ‘the biggest cyber attack in history’. If you are…

Cybercrime: Targeting the law with Dr Graeme Edwards

We do everything online now; from ordering groceries to doing our banking. As internet use becomes more integrated into our everyday lives, so too does the threat of cybercrime. We’ve been hearing a lot about…

The Dark Web – Episode 3

The Dark Web is a portion of the internet where websites and its content are not recorded by general search engines like Google. Some people use the Dark Web so that their activity isn’t monitored,…

Cybercrime – Episode 2

As more businesses are moving into a cloud workspace, the dangers of cybercrime are being taken much more seriously. Data is the new currency, and businesses understand that they need to protect it. Join us…

Solving Difficult Design Problems

Although many steps are taken to ensure construction work can commence without a hitch, unfortunately, most developers will encounter a design problem at one time or another. There’s no need to panic though as long…

Internal Crime – Episode 1

The internal fraudster is a threat to any organisation they work within. They identify any weakness within internal systems and manipulate persons entrusted to protect the corporate network to gain access to network access, client…

The changing role of the graduate lawyer

Last year, we hosted a roundtable with senior academics, practising lawyers and HR Directors to discuss whether the traditional law degree is helping or hindering graduates for law in the digital age. An interesting take-out…

What you need to know about the NSW 1 July electronic lodgment mandate

The NSW Government’s e-Conveyancing timeline is moving forward with the next important deadline on 1 July 2018. The NSW LRS recently sent out an e-Conveyancing Update for June 2018.Standalone property dealingsAs of 1 July 2018,…

GST at settlement

From 1 July 2018, purchasers of new residential premises or land will be required to withhold an amount from the price for the supply and pay that amount to the ATO on or before settlement.The…

Benefits of the NSW Title Alert Service

NSW Title Alert Service is a service that tracks and informs users of all activities on certificates of titles for either three, six or twelve-month periods. The service is commonly utilised when certificates of titles…