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Consumers, technology, populations, and politics are moving on a global scale, upsetting traditional business models whilst creating new opportunities for disruption.
Combined with the increased risk of technology-related security breaches, General Counsel are in a unique position to take the lead on identifying, preventing and managing organisational risks as well as shaping strategic corporate objectives.
Celebrating its 5th year, the General Counsel Summit is the most senior and significant gathering of in-house legal professionals in Australia. Gathering the best legal minds from Australia’s leading companies, it is the ideal platform from which to formulate strategies to successfully overcome the challenges of the future and enhance organisational performance today.
This event features an ambitious, case-study driven agenda with over 40 frontline perspectives from the highest levels of in-house legal management in Australia. In a closed, invitation-only format, delegates will benefit by interacting and learning directly from some of the world’s foremost companies.
// 6+ Keynotes
// 2 Powerful days
// Executive learning agenda
// 35+ industry speakers
// 200+ executives
// 5 Star networking environment
Marc S. Firestone|
President External Affairs and General Counsel
Philip Morris International (USA)
Nik Azli Abu Zahar|
Malaysia Airlines (MYS)
Director of Legal, APAC
Jenni leads Google’s legal team for the Asia Pacific region and is based at Google’s regional hub in Singapore. She is an Australian lawyer with degrees in Law and Commerce (Finance) from the University of NSW, and has been practising for 25 years in a number of countries including Australia, Japan, UK and Singapore.
Jenni began her legal career in private practice at Mallesons Stephens Jaques as a solicitor in the Intellectual Property and Technology practice area in Sydney. She was then drawn to in-house work in unique and cutting edge fields. She first joined the organising committee for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games where she provided counsel on all facets of the 4 year project from the planning, multi-million dollar procurement and sponsorship arrangements, through to the windup of the organisation after a successful Games.
Subsequently, she moved to London to lead the commercial and consumer legal teams for Hutchison Whampoa in the launch of its 3G network and mobile services in UK and Ireland. Jenni has now been at Google for the past 10 years where she advises Google’s senior management on regional legal issues and strategies for its products and business, and oversees the legal management for Google’s product operations, partnerships, contentious and regulatory matters throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
The Hon. Mark Speakman SC, MP|
Attorney General NSW
The Hon. Margaret Stone|
Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
The Hon. Mark Dreyfus QC, MP|
Mark was elected to parliament in 2007 as the Member for Isaacs. He studied Arts and Law at the University of Melbourne.
A former Director of the Law Council of Australia, Mark served on the Victorian Bar Ethics Committee and Victorian Bar Council. In 1999 he was appointed as a Queen’s Counsel.
Mark is a strong advocate for social justice and believes in creating a sustainable environment for our future generations.
During his time in the law, Mark worked with Australia’s Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory and was involved in the landmark Stolen Generations case before the High Court.
In February 2013 Mark was sworn in as Attorney-General and Minister for Emergency Management and in March 2013 took on the additional responsibilities of Minister for the Public Service and Integrity and Special Minister of State.
On his appointment as Attorney-General, Mark said:
“I believe our laws should provide a framework that allows us to protect and care for all Australians, including our elderly, our sick, our injured, our workers, our new arrivals, our indigenous people, our young and our outspoken writers, artists and journalists, reflecting our national values of fairness and equality of opportunity.”
Mark is proud of his achievements in government and opposition which include seeing off the Abbott and Turnbull governments’ proposed weakening of the race hate protections in section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, strengthening whistleblower protections, and amending the Sex Discrimination Act to ensure intersex people are officially recognised.
In July 2013 Mark led Australia’s winning case against Japan’s whaling regime at the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Mark and his wife Deborah have three children.
Mark is the son of a composer and a teacher. His father came to Australia as a refugee from Germany at the age of eleven having fled from the Nazi regime.
Mark is a passionate but long-suffering member of the St Kilda Football club and enjoys cycling, swimming and spending time with his family.
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Nine Entertainment Co.
Chief Legal Officer
Dayna joined the Virgin Australia Group (formerly Virgin Blue) in 2007 and in her current role as Chief Legal and Risk Officer, Dayna is responsible for enhancing and protecting organisation value by providing legal and advisory services to the domestic and international operations of Virgin Australia, Tigerair, Virgin Australia Cargo and loyalty program Velocity. Dayna leads the Group’s Legal, Workplace Relations, Internal Audit Risk and Compliance, Corporate Governance and Sustainability teams.
Virgin Australia’s Legal and Workplace Relations teams provide a full range of in-house legal services advising on matters such as acquisitions and disposals, restructures, joint ventures, regulatory compliance, competition and consumer law, employment law, commercial contracts, property and leasing, discrimination law, IP and trademarks, finance and litigation as well as delivering a comprehensive legal training program to the Group. The function operates as trusted advisors to senior management and are key stakeholders in delivering strategic outcomes.
Dayna was previously a corporate lawyer at international law firm Allens Linklaters.
General Counsel and Company Secretary
Vice President & General Counsel, Australia & New Zealand
Vice President of Legal & Corporate Affairs
Carlton & United Breweries
Director Corporate Services, Chief General Counsel
Fortescue Metals Group
Group General Counsel
Defence General Counsel
Department of Defence
Adrian D’Amico is the Defence General Counsel (DGC). Adrian has responsibility for the provision of high quality, strategic, legal advice on a broad range of issues within Defence including the provision of legal advice on complex and sensitive matters referred by Head Defence Legal, senior management within Defence and the Minister. Adrian is also responsible for the development, co-ordination and maintenance of the Defence legislation program.
Adrian’s family moved to Canberra in the late 1960s. He completed a BEC/LLB (Hons) in 1988 at the Australian National University before joining private practice. Adrian spent 23 years in private practice, where he was a partner in two of Australia’s major private firms, Phillips Fox and Norton Rose. Adrian joined the Department of Defence in August 2012.
In his time in private practice, Adrian acted for a number of private and government clients. Adrian’s private practice experience was broad based, acting in both contentious and non-contentious matters. Adrian is a strong proponent of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Through the use of ADR he has resolved a number of complex high profile disputes. In 2009 Adrian was awarded a CDF Commendation in successfully remediating a disputed Defence logistics contract.
Adrian has two children, Dorothea and Dorian. Outside of work, he enjoys travelling, fishing, cinema, the outdoors and coaching his children’s soccer teams.
Australian Federal Police
Group General Counsel and Company Secretary
General Counsel and Company Secretary
Chaman Sidhu is General Counsel and Company Secretary at Envato Pty Ltd. Based in Melbourne but “born global”, Envato runs an ecosystem of international websites that support the creative professional community – such as digital marketplaces offering images, templates, project files and creative assets, a network of online learning sites, and a services marketplace offering access to creative digital services like logo and web design. The Envato legal team was a winner of a LexisNexis® Legal Innovation Index award in 2015 for its innovative use of “agile” workflow management, MVP approach to legal services and “natural language” online user terms and conditions.
Chaman manages a range of global and cross-border matters including general commercial transactions, intellectual property issues, licensing, user-focussed online terms, and complex regulatory areas. She is an executive leader with a passion for people, culture, and natural language legal communication, and has extensive experience in Australia and the US in e-commerce, internet, digital media, strategic alliances, commercial negotiation, cross-border transactions, special project implementation, intellectual property and publishing.
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Patrick is General Counsel & Company Secretary at Rugby Australia. Patrick’s responsibilities cover a broad range of areas including corporate governance, broadcasting, commercial, integrity, international events and digital media. Prior to joining Rugby Australia in 2015, Patrick was a litigator in New York, practicing both in-house and at a major international firm.
Group General Counsel
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Chris Ryan joined EnergyAustralia in January 2015 as General Counsel and Company Secretary. Chris is a member of the Executive Management team at EnergyAustralia, and is accountable for the Legal & Governance division, which comprises around 30 professionals in the legal, company secretariat and regulatory compliance teams.
EnergyAustralia is one of Australia’s largest integrated energy companies and provides gas and electricity to more than 2.6 million residential and business customer accounts in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Queensland. EnergyAustralia supplies energy from its own coal and gas-fired power stations and renewable energy sources and from wholesale markets.
Previously, Chris was General Counsel for the Shell Australia group of companies in Melbourne. He held a range of legal, managerial and director positions with the Royal Dutch Shell Group in Melbourne, Perth, London, The Hague and Singapore over a 20 year career with Shell.
Chris began his career in Melbourne with Blake Dawson Waldron (now Ashurst Australia).
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Group Counsel & Company Secretary
Ms Grace has over 15 years’ legal experience specialising in the property sector. Before joining Stockland in August 2014, Ms Grace was General Counsel and Company Secretary for Westfield Retail Trust. She has extensive experience in corporate, property, debt and capital markets transactions. Prior to this role, Ms Grace was General Counsel and Company Secretary at Valad Property Group. She has previously held positions in legal private practice (where she acted for a variety of corporations and financial institutions in relation to landmark developments across Australia and overseas) and at Multiplex Limited and Pacific Capital Partners.
General Counsel & Company Secretary
Trent Czinner has been General Counsel of VHA since December 2013 and Company Secretary since November 2015.
Trent is responsible for VHA’s legal, company secretarial and corporate security functions and leads a team of expert lawyers and analysts who provide advice on a wide range of legal matters across the business.
Trent has worked as a telecoms and technology lawyer since 1998 when he was employed as Legal Manager for Hutchison Telecoms Australia. He spent the following 13 years working as a senior lawyer for Hutchison Whampoa’s telecoms businesses in Australia and Europe.
From 2011 to 2013, Trent ran the legal function for salesforce.com in Australia and NZ. Trent started his legal career as a litigator.
Gilbert + Tobin
Michael is a litigator and Intellectual Property specialist.
He has been with Gilbert + Tobin for over 22 years and heads up the firm’s IP Group.
Michael is well known for his strategic skills, subject matter knowledge and robust approach to complex disputes and IP advice. He acts for a wide range of Australian and international clients in fields such as electronics, software, content, entertainment, FMCG, mining and financial services.
Michael has a keen interest in technology and IP and has built a strong digital practice. Michael’s practice covers, amongst other things:
copyright and data protection;
trade secrets, insider threat and cybersecurity advice and investigations;
technology disputes and patent litigation; and
false advertising, brand disputes and anti-counterfeiting.
He has substantial experience litigating cases at trial in State Courts and in the Federal Court. He has run numerous appeals in state and Federal appellate Courts, including the High Court.
Has also has an excellent record in settling disputes and extracting clients from conflict situations.
Michael has written extensively on IP law. He is a regular commentator on developments in IP law and the future of legal practice in Australia.
In addition to his practice responsibilities, Michael is a member of the Board of the firm.
He holds degrees in Economics and Law (First Class Honours) from the University of Sydney. His professional memberships include INTA, the ABA, Copyright Society of Australia and IPSANZ.
Chief Executive Officer
The Law Society NSW
Chief Executive Officer
Ian Goddard is the founder of technology company, Yarris, a pioneer in creating cloud-based technologies. Yarris software platforms manage over $1.1 billion of services for major corporate and government organisations.
Yarris products have helped tens of thousands of users in telco, insurance and legal services to transform how they manage their operations. ConSol Mobile saves telco construction sub-contractors 2 hours per day completing their paperwork. Arnie was instrumental in halving the average cost of car repairs.
Dazychain helps in-house lawyers save up to 5 hours per week. Ian is the CEO of Yarris, a lawyer and formerly a partner of Corrs Chambers Westgarth. He has served on many boards both public and private.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Connie is the General Counsel of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. She has over 25 years’ experience as a legal advisor to the Technology, Media and Telecommunications sector. She was based in Hong Kong for 13 years has broad experience working across Asia, predominantly in China.
She joined Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Sydney as a graduate in 1987, and was admitted to the partnership in 1997. In 1999 she relocated to the Hong Kong office and successfully established the firm’s corporate and commercial TMT practice.
In 2002 she joined the international firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer as the Head of their regional Asia TMT practice group, a position she held until May 2013. From 2009 to 2013 she was Global Co chair of the firm’s Technology group. During this time she worked on many high profile mandates, her major focus being on China inbound and outbound technology intensive deals. She has been internationally recognised as a leading lawyer in her field by a number of independent commentators, including Euromoney (Leading Woman in Business law , Technology).
Connie has held a number of management roles,these required her to provide strategic direction and leadership for those practice areas for which she had P&L accountability. She was the Co-Chair of the firm’s Asia sub-committee for Diversity & Inclusion (2009 -2012) and the firm’s Director of Corporate Social Responsibility (2009-2012). She was recognised for her work in championing pro bono legal services in Hong Kong by the Home Affairs Bureau (2012).
She returned to Australia in 2014. Connie is now also building a career as a professional non executive director, and is currently the Chair of a NFP, Kids Giving Back. She is also a member of the Business Advisory Council of the UNSW Business School.
Connie is a graduate of UNSW (B.Commerce (Marketing) ,with merit/LLB,1986) and is a GAICD (2017).
General Counsel & Corporate Affairs Manager
Group General Counsel and External Relations Director
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Helen is one of the lead partners of the Corrs Cyber team and is a specialist technology, communications and commercial lawyer with particular expertise in privacy and data security in the technology procurement and outsourcing space. She has deep experience acting for high profile public and private sector clients in their strategic and business critical technology projects in a diverse range of industries including government, education, financial services, health, energy and resources and telecommunications. Helen regularly advises clients on their privacy and data security obligations under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), particularly the restrictions on overseas data disclosures and the use of cloud services, and protection of personal information and data breach response obligations. She also assists clients with privacy complaints and investigations, and in their dealings with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Joshua is recognised as one of Australia’s leading construction and infrastructure lawyers. He represents many of the major infrastructure and project participants in Australia, and the Asia Pacific, having also practiced in the UK and Europe. He advises on major infrastructure disputes in all formats including litigation, arbitration, adjudication, appraisal and expert determination. In addition, he advises on major infrastructure delivery, including via EPC, EPCM, PPP and alliance delivery models. Presently, Joshua is the lead partner advising clients on significant international arbitrations regarding projects in Asia, and in relation to disputes concerning mining, oil and gas, and infrastructure projects in Australia. Joshua is an exceptionally client-focussed partner, who works closely with the in-house counsel, executive and boards of clients. He also lectures in International Commercial Arbitration to university law students.
Karen Den-Toll is a Partner in Deloitte’s Governance, Regulatory and Conduct team. Karen is a lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, more than 10 years of which have been spent as General Counsel in major financial services organisations, including Group General Counsel of Insurance Australia Group Limited from 2002-2006, and General Counsel of ING Australia (now ANZ Wealth) from 2007-2010. Karen has also been in private practice, including at Clayton Utz, and consulted to international organisations, such as the World Bank, on consumer protection and regulatory issues.
King & Wood Mallesons
In an interconnected world where innovation outpaces regulation, General Counsel not only manage the known, they also help lead the unknown. As overseers of transformation on the frontline of disruption, General Counsel are accountable for navigating a shifting regulatory landscape. How are General Counsel adjusting their strategies and business models to adapt to important shifts in regulation and political risk? What regulatory developments are likely to have the most impact on General Counsel, and why are these changes unfolding? What competitive forces are challenging the structure and reputation of in-house legal teams?
The amplified scope of the in-house function holds immense promise for leaders who are empowered to adapt. General Counsel with an intimate knowledge of their company’s culture and business processes are becoming indispensable strategic allies and impacting the boardroom. How are General Counsel engaging stakeholders and equipping the board to fully assume legal and business leadership positions? How are General Counsel promoting best practice and strengthening company reputation? Can General Counsel reconcile system transparency with strategy? Should General Counsel assume increasing responsibility for technological renewal to secure long-term advantages and leadership aspirations?
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Inspiring a cultural shift in cyber-security now falls within the expanding ambit of General Counsel. Mounting exposure to calculated cyber-crime – amplified by new attacker footholds in the Internet of Things and the accessibility of malware – is prompting General Counsel to build organisation-wide security posture. How are General Counsel managing the vulnerability of devices given the rampant demand for mobility? What digital mechanisms are General Counsel adopting to securely, expediently and legally destroy data? How are General Counsel promoting and enforcing vendor security diligence and liability? Can General Counsel cultivate security awareness to safeguard confidential information?
The business-critical consequences of non-compliance are pronounced – reputation is everything and risk is everywhere. Unique international opportunities will present themselves to General Counsel who command a deliberate approach and drive their organisations into the connected future. How are General Counsel staying ahead of critical new developments in foreign jurisdictions? How are General Counsel anticipating and mitigating the risks of conducting business across borders? How are General Counsel articulating the laws, expectations and cultures of foreign business to executive management and employees? What does it take to build a world-class legal team with the skills and knowledge to succeed overseas?
We are witnessing unprecedented growth in the size and maturity of the in-house legal function. In a fiercely competitive market primed for disruption, law firms need to differentiate the experience they offer their clients. What are the hallmarks of an exceptional client offering? How can General Counsel improve the quality of their communication and collaboration with established firms? How are General Counsel approaching disruptive firms who have entered a contested market on a competitive costs basis? How can General Counsel deliberately build respect into professional partnerships to unlock the real value in trust?
Artificial intelligence and automation promise to redefine the legal function. But for time-starved General Counsel, negotiating the ever-changing world of technology redirects attention away from tangible duties as the company’s legal and strategic advisor. From machine learning and predictive coding in e-discovery to automated workflows, how can General Counsel begin adopting revolutionary tools that add value to the legal department? How are disruptive technologies redefining the legal function and helping General Counsel to measure performance, reduce external legal spend and achieve efficiencies in a cost constrained environment?
Our influence and our shadow outweigh our size. With strategic innovation and deep client relationships, Corrs Chambers Westgarth is taking the lead in today’s legal market while shaping the business landscape for our clients’ tomorrow. We do more than advise; we adapt.
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