In the latest episode of Legally Consumed, we had the pleasure of hosting Robert Hadler and Allan Briggs to discuss the importance of cybersecurity with a focus on sensitive customer data. Allan, also known as ‘The Crisis Guy’, is the founder and CEO of Crisis Shield, a crisis management firm. Robert has over 40 years’ experience as a senior advisor at board and executive levels, and is a trusted authority in crisis management.
For our sixth episode, our Legally Consumed co-hosts switched lanes and explored the vehicle subscription model offered by Carbar, an automotive technology start-up disrupting the traditional Australian vehicle usage model. Joining us for this episode is Desmond Hang, CEO and Co-Founder of Carbar, who shares how his passion for technology and cars is steering the automotive industry in a new direction.
In this episode of Legally Consumed, our CIE Legal co-hosts were joined by special guest Jared Pereira. They looked into how Fonterra are tackling climate change with creative solutions, the legalities surrounding the dairy industry and the impacts of the emerging market of plant-based milks on the dairy industry.
In this episode of Legally Consumed, CIE Legal host, Raph Goldenberg, is joined by special guest Professor Michael Milford. They delve into various topics such as the promising business benefits of AVs, the societal benefits in accident reductions and the legal and ethical issues surrounding AVs.
In our third episode, CIE Legal co-hosts, Raph Goldenberg and Kaye Ho, went undercover with Craig Douglas, owner of Nationwide Research Group, an Australia-wide specialist research and investigations company, focussing on brand protection.
In this episode of Legally Consumed, our CIE Legal co-hosts took a seat at the bar to learn more about Bonehead Brewing, an independent craft brewery in Melbourne that focuses on producing well-balanced and approachable beers.