The future of the wide brown land: How our nation’s unique conditions affect our ability to innovate

Innovation is often attributed to market forces as a key driver, but there is so much more to it than that. Our appetite and ability to innovate is shaped by our culture, politics, legislation, geography, and any number of other uniquely Australian factors.

We partnered with the Governance Institute of Australia to host a virtual roundtable with 11 innovation specialists to deep dive into what really drives - or restricts - innovation in our country. The findings from this roundtable forms the basis of this complimentary whitepaper.


Top 5 facts you need to know about ASIC civil litigation

Over the last 10 years, the ASIC regulatory landscape has changed a great deal — legislative developments, funding changes, royal commissions, the political spotlight — but how does this landscape translate into real life experience in the courts? Lifting the lid on civil litigation involving ASIC — does a deeper analysis of enforcement judgments in this space reveal any surprises?


Navigating the post-pandemic privacy and cyber landscape

Dudley Kneller is a Partner at Gadens and a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. In this whitepaper, Dudley summarises the post-pandemic privacy and cyber landscape, outlines the cybersecurity risks during this current transition period and shares the likely permanent changes to organisations as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.


The Role of Automated and Integrated Risk Management Systems in Ensuring Complete Compliance

Throughout June and July 2020, LexisNexis, Enable Professional Services and ServiceNow held a series of online sessions with Australian governance, compliance and risk professionals to delve into the realities of regulatory burden for modern businesses and discover how technology can help to manage these issues. The following discussion paper summarises the issues and learnings from these sessions.


AML & Financial Crimes Congress 2020 Insights

In June 2020, the GRC Institute held its annual Anti Money Laundering and Financial Crimes Congress. This whitepaper provides a detailed overview of key insights from the day’s discussion, along with practical recommendations for how businesses can strengthen their anti money laundering and financial crimes risk frameworks.


Transforming Culture and Driving New Behaviours: How the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations can change culture for the better”

We spoke to governance professionals to find out about the challenges in governing company culture, understand  whether culture can be measured and offer some practical recommendations on how to positively impact culture.


Spotlight on Barrister Danny Feller SC and the ‘paperless practice’

It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that the legal industry is going through a period of unprecedented change, with the rapid adoption of technology in many forms in Australian courts.


Complimentary Checklist: Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity

As businesses continue to operate in the current environment, it’s important that you are aware of your Covid-19 compliance obligations that relate to Infection Control, Disease Management and Biosecurity, which is why we are offering you a complimentary checklist.


Complimentary report: A must-read interview with ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims

In this special report, ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims speaks to MLex (a LexisNexis company) about the inquiry into tech giants that has brought him notoriety and the challenges that remain ahead.


Australia's new Consumer Data Right – What's not to like?

The introduction of the CDR is coming during a time of increased regulation across many sectors of the Australian economy. Dudley Kneller is a Partner at Gadens and a legal expert for LexisNexis Regulatory Compliance. In this whitepaper, Dudley explains what the CDR framework is, who it impacts and outlines how you and your business can prepare for it.


The rise of mandatory mediation in Australia—insights for litigators

While mediation hasn’t always fitted perfectly into an adversarial system that’s evolved over hundreds of years, the rise of the digital age and user-friendly sentiment is driving a new wave of interest in the role and process of mediation.