Businesses to benefit from new Legal Guides and Toolkits

Businesses seeking to improve their compliance practices in areas such as data protection, privacy and governance now have access to a suite of customisable Legal Guides and Toolkits. 

Developed by the highly experienced Corporate and Commercial legal team at CCIWA’s legal practice, Business Law WA, the Legal Guides and Toolkits comprise:

  • Introductory Data Protection and Data Breach Incident Response Starter Kit for Organisations 
  • Business Integrity Starter Kit 
  • Data Retention and Protection Policy 
  • Data Breach Policy and Incident Response Plan 
  • Whistleblowing Policy 
  • Acceptable Use of IT Policy 
  • Privacy Policy 
  • Conflict of Interest Policy 

Business Law Director Cass Wright says the Legal Guides and Toolkits contain customisable policies, that are practical and ready to use, to assist with business compliance. 

“The guides and toolkits contain templates that can be downloaded and completely customised for that business,” she says. 

“If a business requires a more bespoke policy, they can contact the Corporate and Commercial Legal team and we will tailor that policy to suit their business.” 

Wright says the Legal Guides and Toolkits cover some of the most pressing issues facing businesses today, including data protection and privacy business integrity, governance and regulatory requirements suitable for organisations and boards. 

“These kits and guides are a practical and easy way for businesses to get started in addressing these critical areas,” she says. 

The Legal Guides and Toolkits can be purchased here, and are available for an introductory price until March 31, 2024.  

 

Do you have a legal matter that requires our help? Get in touch on (08) 9365 7746 or via [email protected]. 

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