Disruptive technologies such as AI and Blockchain present a major opportunity for offenders to commit a broad range of offences. How do we prepare for these emerging threats? How can our legal system learn from earlier attempts to regulate cyber-crime?
Family violence cases present unique access to justice issues, especially when litigants are required to navigate multiple legal systems. To what extent do Canadian judges account for these challenges in their treatment of family violence and related legal issues?
Are shareholders powerless to act when a company board makes poor decisions or destroys shareholder value? Or do shareholders have the ability to force change? Must a board act at the behest of its shareholders?
Presented by partners from law firm Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL), this seminar delves into a real-life case study involving a client who comes to ABL seeking advice about a breach of duty allegation by the company’s liquidators and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).