Emily is a corporate and commercial lawyer with particular expertise in intellectual property and privacy issues. Emily assists a broad range of clients including those in the media and advertising industries.
Prior to joining Holding Redlich, Emily worked in-house as a lawyer in the FMCG and telecommunications industries and also in London and has a good understanding of how legal services can add value to a client’s business.
Acting for advertising agencies and production companies including on agreements with key talent, client services agreements, trade promotions, the pre-vetting of advertising material (including copyright, Australian Consumer Law and defamation advice), and providing assistance and advice in relation to Advertising Standards Bureau complaints.
Acting for various clients in providing advice and corresponding with on clients behalf with various regulators including the ACMA, Privacy Commissioner, Telecommunications Ombudsman, the ACCC and Consumers Affairs Victoria.
Advising in relation to negotiation of Licence Agreements, Promotion Agreements and drafting and negotiating sponsorship arrangements with sportspersons and clubs as well as brand protection and privacy issues.
Advising various clients in relation to data breaches and privacy obligations, advising on overseas disclosure, handling of complaints made to the organisation or referred from Privacy Commissioner, drafting of privacy policies and processes tailored for the business.
Acting for various clients (both licensees and licensors) in relation to drafting and negotiation of licence agreements, advising on copyright ownership and exploitation, providing advice in relation to trade mark infringements and applications and brand protection strategies.
Advising in relation to negotiation and drafting of various commercial contracts including Sponsorship Agreements, Services Agreements, Consortium Agreements, Referral Agreements.
27 September 2022 - Knowledge
#Data & Privacy
The recent Optus cyberattack has not only raised questions about how long telcos should be required to store personal data, but also whether a data breach or hack may lead to a breach of the Privacy Act or other laws. In this article, we discuss some of the factors that may determine whether a data breach leads to a violation of privacy laws.
24 May 2022 - Knowledge
#Corporate & Commercial Law
Properly engaging subcontractors can be a major factor in delivering services to your clients. We share five points to keep in mind before getting any subcontractors on board.
08 December 2021 - Knowledge
#Data & Privacy
we discuss a business’ obligation to notify affected individuals of a data breach and explore possible ways to cut through notification fatigue.
25 May 2021 - Knowledge
#Technology, Media & Telecommunications
The telecommunications industry has seen a lot of regulator activity in May, including the announcement of a number of large fines and the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s 2021-22 compliance priorities.
12 May 2021 - Knowledge
The Federal Court has ruled that the Australian politician had infringed copyright of a popular Twisted Sister song in a jingle for the United Party Australia ads at the last federal election.
25 November 2020 - Knowledge
#Data & Privacy, #Local Government, #Corporate & Commercial Law
Local governments collect and manage a considerable range of personal information when delivering services which are so integral in our daily lives.
06 October 2020 - Knowledge
#Competition & Consumer Law, #Technology, Media & Telecommunications
We explore the importance of ensuring your marketing claims are accurate and remain accurate, especially where the claims involve charitable causes.
22 Mar 22 to 09 Nov 22
In this seminar series, we look at the opportunities and issues for major infrastructure projects across a range of sectors, including health, housing and new energy. This seminar series is being offered in our Brisbane office and online. Registration for this seminar series is complimentary and now open.
07 Apr 22 to 10 Nov 22
More than ever, ports are vital nodes for an increasingly complex web of international trade and supply chains. Ports have become an increasing focus for security, environmental and competition regulation and their role and efficiency within global supply chains is being scrutinised by governments and industry alike. At the same time, ports find themselves at the forefront of the development and facilitation of alternative energy sources, often literally acting as the gatekeepers for the inflow of such technology and projects into Australia or out to the rest of the world. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate these challenges and opportunities in 2022.
10 May 22 to 29 Nov 22
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our 2022 Queensland local government seminar series which we have tailored specifically for mayors, councillors and Queensland local government employees including lawyers, town planners and compliance officers. These seminars will offer you insights, updates and practical tips from our experts on topics which we consider to be particularly relevant for local governments.