CPD for NSW Government

Continuing education aimed at lawyers and non-lawyers working in the NSW Government, consisting of four workshops designed to help attendees stay up to date with the latest issues affecting NSW Government.

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ChatGPT and the rise of AI - implications for commercial contracts

Some of the new whole language AI tools (such as ChatGPT) are very impressive but what role should they play in legal practice? In this session we bring a combination to legal and technical perspectives to help answer this question.

You can learn about:

  • how generative AI systems work, their potential applications and limitations
  • whether requirements and constraints of government legal practice impact the decision to employ AI solutions
  • some of the risks of using these AI tools, including regarding quality of output, lack of provenance, intellectual property and privacy/data security.

If you require assistance accessing the webinar recording, please contact Lander & Rogers Events.

Industrial dispute or safety breach - one and the same? How do you respond?

A work health and safety issue will often be a feature or component of an industrial dispute, including where an employer is proposing to introduce workplace change. In this session, we:

  • explore the relationship between work health and safety and industrial laws;
  • review the powers of the Industrial Relations Commission of NSW and Health and Safety Representatives;
  • give practical guidance in how to manage industrial disputes in this context; and
  • consider some of the emerging trends from a work health and safety perspective.

If you require assistance accessing the webinar recording, please contact Lander & Rogers Events.

Cyber security lessons and legislative developments

Ever-evolving cyber security threats continue to escalate in both volume and severity of attacks. Among the worst affected, Australia was subject to more cyber attacks in the final quarter of 2022 than any other nation, giving governments cause to reflect and act, including the introduction of cyber security and privacy reforms. The Privacy and Personal Information Protection Amendment Bill 2022 (Amendment Bill) and the associated amendments to the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (NSW) close a substantial privacy protection gap for NSW citizens at a time where public demand for data privacy is stronger than ever.

During this session, you will learn about:

  • cyber trends that shaped 2022;
  • cyber trends that will shape 2023 and beyond;
  • recent cyber security reforms;
  • the introduction of a mandatory data breach notification scheme in NSW; and
  • the implications of the Amendment Bill for NSW state owned corporations.

If you require assistance accessing the webinar recording, please contact Lander & Rogers Events.

Unfair contract terms - the new misleading and deceptive conduct? How will the new regime apply to me, and what can I do to prepare?

After laying dormant in the grass for the last decade, beefed up Unfair Contract Term provisions are potentially poised to strike.

With significant new penalties and a renewed ACCC focus, now is the time to be reviewing your standard form contract with consumers and small business to ensure you are not unexpectedly bit.

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