Renae Lattey

Renae Lattey

Renae Lattey is the Managing Partner, Clients and Mergers & Acquisitions, for King & Wood Mallesons Australia. As Managing Partner, Clients, Renae is responsible for the development and implementation of the firm’s client strategy, focusing on transforming the client experience.

Renae is also the firm’s TMET sector leader and continues to provide advice on a wide range of regulatory and commercial issues, telecommunications law and major transactions.

Renae has established a strong international profile having acted for major telecommunications clients throughout the Asia Pacific, particularly on projects in Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand as well as in UK and Europe. Her work has included advice to regional governments on World Bank telecommunications projects in developing countries and advising international communications providers on the Australian regulatory environment.

Closer to home, Renae was involved in leading the KWM team advising Telstra on its national broadband network negotiations with nbn and the Australian government, T3, on mobile network rollouts, spectrum licensing arrangements and renewals, roaming arrangements, inter-operator arrangements, cable capacity arrangements and large supply contracts.

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An exposure draft has been released of a Bill that would require the development of a new binding code under the Australian Privacy Act to impose enhanced compliance obligations on social media...

26 October 2021

On 11 January 2021 the Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner (the Commissioner) made a determination 'WP' and Secretary to the Department of Home Affairs (Privacy) [2021] AICmr...

03 February 2021

The Australian Government has released the report of the Inquiry into the Future Directions for the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

12 January 2021

On 30 October 2020 the Australian Government commenced a broad-based review of Australian Privacy Laws by releasing an Issues Paper seeking feedback on possible privacy law reforms.

04 November 2020

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