ILANZ, In-House Lawyers Association of New Zealand


Two topical webinars from Deloitte Forensic

Webinar 1:

The updated Protected Disclosures Act (In force from 1 July):  Wider reach, greater protections and the private sector firmly in scope

The Protected Disclosures (Protection of Whistleblowers) Act 2022 replaces the Protected Disclosures Act 2000.  From 1 July, the new legislation sees protection for disclosers increased, has greater application to the private sector and places greater legal obligations on the “Receivers” of disclosures.

Deloitte Forensic Partner Ian Tuke will be joined by his trans-Tasman colleagues and Andrew Schirnack, Partner at LangtonHudsonButcher, a specialist employment law firm.  The panel members regularly support clients investigate and navigate sensitive Whistleblower disclosures, and they will share their perspectives on:

  • The key changes made to the legislation, and their potential impacts
  • What to do when receiving a protected disclosure
  • How to encourage your people to speak up

When: Tuesday, 28th June, 1pm-1:45pm

RSVP: To register for this webinar please click here.



Webinar 2:

Get the full picture on your cases - join our Mobile device forensics webinar

Mobile phones and tablets are crucial to our lives and how we conduct business. The data from them can be a rich source of facts that help uncover the truth in disputes, litigation, investigations and many regulatory matters.

Mobile forensics can tap into a range of sources such as texts/instant messages, apps, multimedia and geo-location data to help provide a fuller picture of events

Join our webinar on 5th July at 1pm, designed to help lawyers, investigators and others involved in data review to learn about some of the key building blocks essential to achieving a successful mobile discovery strategy. 

Our one hour session will cover:

  • The importance of mobile phone data in investigations, litigations and disputes
  • Collections and preservation considerations
  • Demo: Reviewing chat/instant message data
  • Demo: Reviewing call recordings, voice memos and other audio data
  • Question and answer session

When: Tuesday, 5th July, 1pm-2pm

RSVP: To register for this webinar please click here.