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ACS Webinar: Modern Business Law 'Tips & Tricks' for IT Professionals

This webinar will provide 'tips and tricks' for IT professionals to help navigate modern business law.

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Wed, 18 Mar, 12:00 PM

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    Wed, 18 Mar, 12:00 PM

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<img alt="Business Law Pic" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/rtaImage?eid=7010o000001f3px&amp;feoid=00N9000000EVCh7&amp;refid=0EM0o000003O90Z" style="height: 299px; width: 500px;"></img><br><br>In the modern world of technology and business, it&#39;s vital to also have: <ul><li>an up-to-date awareness of how contemporary eCommerce and law affects all professionals and business owners; </li><li>as well as a better understanding of the various opportunities plus proactively identifying (and avoiding/mitigating) risks.  </li></ul> In this session we will cover some current issues and areas in technology law, practical business as well as some more interesting aspects which can arise from time to time. <br><br>These issues &amp; areas are as follows: <ol><li>Structuring of a technology business for optimal Legal and Asset Protection (also with possible R&amp;D considerations in mind);</li><li>Why is it critical to understand the material difference between a (genuine) Employee vs. a Contractor in your business;</li><li>How to properly use a Confidentiality Deed (also known as a Non-Disclosure Agreement) and why it may be also vital to protecting any emerging IP;</li><li>Transitioning Legacy Software Licenses to SaaS Models;</li><li>Access codes and passwords – Who Really &quot;Owns&quot; Such?; and</li><li>Privacy Policies – who needs to be consulted (hint: definitely not just a technology lawyer ) and how to improperly implement them.</li></ol> If you are based interstate, see below webinar times for your local area: -<br><br><b>Location &amp; Start Time:</b> <ul><li>Northern Territory - 1:30 PM</li><li>Queensland - 2:00 PM</li><li>South Australia - 2:30 PM</li><li>Tasmania - 3:00 PM</li><li>Victoria - 3:00 PM</li><li>New South Wales - 3:00 PM</li><li>Australian Capital Territory - 3:00 PM</li><li>Western Australia - 12:00 PM</li></ul> <u><b>Please note:</b></u> <br>ACS Webinars are not allocated for &#39;<i>Professional Year</i>&#39; points. Those who are CT or CP members, this webinar is allocated 1 CPD point.

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IT management (ITMG) -> Level 6

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Tom Meagher

Tom Meagher

Tom Meagher has over 30 years’ legal and business experience. Clients include an extensive range of local, national and international businesses as well as numerous organisations and individuals. He is also a regular publisher of articles and is one of Australia’s leading presenters of legal seminars to and for various professional bodies, associations and government authorities on a wide range of business law and professional topics. Tom is highly-regarded for being able to make very complex legal or technical aspects of any matter intelligible to and clearly understood by his relevant audience. This is so they are always able to understand exactly what is involved, and this pragmatic approach therefore greatly assists them in being able to make ‘informed decisions’.

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