Regulatory & Compliance


Complying with all relevant laws, policies and regulations is critical given the financial, legal and reputational risks associated with non-compliance. It takes planning, vigilance and excellent legal support, particularly when investigations turn into prosecutions.

We have deep experience across the major areas of regulatory and compliance risk, including:

  • Anti-money laundering, including reducing risk from financial crime
  • Competition and consumer law
  • Financial service regulation and licensing
  • Privacy, including in online environments
  • Insurance, including product liability
  • Regulatory investigations and prosecutions, and
  • Work health and safety and other workplace risks.

Our team

Rosemary Roach is a Partner in our Employment & Workplace Relations team in Perth...

Julian is a senior litigator with more than 12 years’ experience who has acted in high profile, complex and fiercely contested commercial litigation, public inquiries and investigations on behalf of a range of Government entities, companies and individuals (including members of parliament).

Related thinking

Regulatory & Compliance| 22 Oct 2021

Expanded mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy to cover 75% of WA workforce

In response to updated health advice, the Western Australian Government has issued a new mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for WA workforces.

Regulatory & Compliance| 13 Sep 2021

Once more unto the breach: ASIC finalises its guidance for the new breach reporting regime

ASIC has now published its updated and final guidance on the new breach reporting regime for AFS and credit licensees that will apply from 1 October 2021.

Regulatory & Compliance| 10 Aug 2021

Relaxation of continuous disclosure laws to be made permanent

Directors of listed entities, and their insurers, are set to benefit from a relaxation of continuous disclosure laws, which are shortly to be made permanent under new legislation.

Regulatory & Compliance| 22 Jun 2021

Does your company rely on ASIC reporting relief? Key things you need to know

With the end of financial year around the corner for many companies, it is timely to consider the requirements of the ASIC Corporations (Wholly-owned Companies) Instrument 2016/785 and take action to rectify any noncompliance.