Australia: Invitation: Contestability - Public Law Legal Risk and Issues
Last Updated: 3 April 2014
Date: 20 Jun 2014
Time: 9.00am – 12.45pm
Location: Level 28, Riparian Plaza, 71 Eagle Street, Brisbane
Presenter(s): Barry Dunphy and Eleanor Dickens
Contact: Phone, 1800 882 110, Contact Client Training
Cost: $591 per person
$532 per person if booking two weeks before the workshop
$502 per person if in a group of three or more
Register for Contestability - Public Law Legal Risk and Issues

New Government Law Program

The Queensland Government is moving to provide services through revised contestability arrangements. This workshop provides an overview of the key public law related risks and issues for the Government as it implements the revised contestability arrangements.

The workshop will consider the capacity of third parties to review contestability related decisions under the existing judicial and merits review processes. The application of the Right to Information Act, the Information Privacy Act and the Public Records Act to the resultant contracts will also be discussed.

The final aspect of the workshop will explore potential issues that may arise under Queensland's integrity framework, including the Crime and Misconduct Act, Integrity Act and the Public Interest Disclosure Act.

What we'll cover

  • Overview of Queensland's Public Law framework that are relevant to contestability decisions
  • How merits review and judicial review mechanisms can be applied to contestability decisions
  • How the Right to Information Act and Information Privacy Act will apply to contestability decisions and contracts
  • The impact of contestability processes on recordkeeping practices and compliance under the Public Records Act
  • Key issues arising under Queensland's integrity framework
  • Tips and tricks in identifying and managing these risks.

What you'll learn

  • Overview of the key public law legal risks and issues that are likely to arise in relation to contestability processes
  • Tips and tricks in identifying and managing these legal risks and issues.

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