Jasmine Forde

Jasmine Forde

Jasmine practices in dispute resolution and has experience in regulatory investigations and prosecutions, foreign bribery, corporate fraud and taxation investigations and disputes.

She undertook a 16 month secondment with ASIC where she assisted ASIC with civil penalty proceedings it commenced in the Federal Court involving allegations of unconscionable conduct and market manipulation.

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For businesses who are required to submit their first modern slavery statement in Australia this year, there has been an extension of time to submit these statements by three months due to...

01 May 2020

This article is written by Daisy Mallett and Daniel Fielding The Australian Border Force has released guidance on how businesses can reduce the risk of vulnerable workers in their operations and...

24 April 2020

In an interesting set of facts, the Queensland Court of Appeal in Royal and Sun Alliance Insurance Plc v DMS Maritime Pty Limited [2019] QCA 264 has recently considered the extent of an insurer’s...

05 March 2020

If your business is caught by the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) (the Act), you may have your first modern slavery statement due this year.

24 January 2020

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