May 2021 - This paper gives you an overview of the planning and collection of evidence needed in a defensible manner for an investigation.
April 2021 - This paper is a detailed examination of being prepared for handling incidents, running investigations and preparing for any legal process in relation to data collection and preservation.
April 2020 - John Cleary from Aruma has been involved inhouse in management roles in three royal commissions. He shares his insights on a number of issues in preparing a response.
April 2020 - In this whitepaper, we deconstruct how digital innovations are transforming the future of hearings and arbitrations.
November 2019 - To ensure your organisation is on the front foot, we have put together a guide detailing the steps you can take if you are required to prepare an Appeal Book.
October 2019 - This whitepaper discusses the steps in identifying, collecting and processing data for an investigation and how this process informs an organisation's information governance learning.
October 2019 - This whitepaper is a detailed examination of the role of data as evidence, considerations when collecting data and the inherent risks in self-collection.
July 2019 - This whitepaper gives you a practical guide to the process, structure and submission of Appeal Books for the Australian Federal Court.
May 2019 - The legal profession has been notorious for lagging behind other industries when it comes to innovation. However, a wave of new technologies is revolutionising the way the legal system works.
April 2019 - This whitepaper is a detailed examination of the role of data as evidence, considerations when collecting data and the inherent risks in self-collection.
March 2019 - This whitepaper outlines some of the traps that can be encountered when preparing a Court Book.
December 2018 - There are preparatory steps that your organisation can take if required to submit information to a Royal Commission.
November 2018 - This whitepaper is a detailed examination of the role of data as evidence, considerations when collecting data and the inherent risks in self-collection.
June 2018 - Inhouse counsel are often the first to be called on to manage an internal investigation. How can you effectively plan for and manage these investigations?
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