Webinar | Public sector whistle blowing: vaccine or epidemic?

5 August 2020
Michael Owens, Partner, Brisbane

Public sector whistleblowing and associated corruption complaints are the new normal, exposing both criminal behaviour and petty grievances to the jurisdiction of anti-corruption bodies with extraordinary powers. This session provides a practical road map for anti-corruption investigations from inception to conclusion, including necessary actions following a complaint, assessment of complaints, investigative powers, what constitutes a public interest disclosure, and whistle blower protection.

You can view the full session here: Public sector whistle blowing – vaccine or epidemic?

Presented by:

Kelly Marshall, Director
Angela Szczepanski, Senior Associate


Recorded on 21 July 2020 during Government Lawyers Legal Update 2020.

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