Topic: Directors’ Counsel

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Finding fault

Amendments to continuous disclosure laws tackle the tricky concept of “fault” in corporate regulation, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Chinks in the armour

Cyber risk management systems remain vulnerable to human error, as this US cybersecurity disclosure case reveals, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Duty bound by design

Businesses need to consider whether their sales incentive and reward structures are driving the right behaviours with regard to compliance, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

The ABC of GBEs

Board directors of government business enterprises and private companies may share similar obligations, but power lies elsewhere, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Crime Sheet

Major criminal prosecutions arising out of misfeasance by public company directors are rare in Australia. This makes the conviction of a director who misappropriated $8.6m in company funds worth notin...

US class action over PPE use highlights issues of corporate accountability

A landmark US court case has raised the question of when the knowledge and motives of individual employees should be attributed to the company itself, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Vale Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife

In a packed lifetime, Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife made a huge contribution to Australian business law and governance practice, and left a lasting impact, reports Narelle Hooper.

Vale Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife

The AICD community farewells Professor Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors' Counsel: Blowing the Whistle

A new Bill before Parliament engenders confidence of increased protection for whistleblowers in Australia, writes Bob Baxt AO FAICDLife.

Directors’ Counsel: Bank Robbery

Three recent Federal Court cases reflect the extent of ethical and cultural shortcomings in the financial sector, writes Professor Bob Baxt FAICDLife.
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