Kaman Tsoi

Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)
Lawyer (Of counsel)

Kaman advises clients on privacy, information governance and data security. He helps clients maximise the value of their data assets while meeting legal obligations. Kaman has extensive experience advising on Australian privacy and data protection requirements – including in relation to personal information, health records, government privacy regimes, tax file numbers, credit reporting, criminal records, direct marketing and surveillance. He has strong global connections, whether advising foreign clients on Australian issues or drawing on the extended Herbert Smith Freehills network to provide a global service. Kaman’s expertise in privacy, technology and telecommunications law is highlighted by his listing in Best Lawyers in the field of Privacy and Data Security Law. His areas of work include big data and data analytics, bring-your-own-device and Wi-Fi programs, and employment privacy. He also works on matters relating to cloud computing, credit reporting, data breaches, direct marketing, health privacy, online services and content, social media and surveillance. Kaman also advises on related areas – including telecommunications, technology, online services and e-commerce, freedom of information, document retention and confidentiality. This has included matters relating to electronic transactions laws, online payment systems, digital content, credit management and telecommunications interception. Kaman has written articles on privacy and technology law for Australian and international publications, and presented training workshops on these subjects. The Australian Corporate Lawyers Association named Kaman as one of Australia’s best lawyers following a survey of major corporate and government in-house counsel.

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Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)
Herbert Smith Freehills (Melbourne)

Articles

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Kaman Tsoi, Kate French, Sarah Benbow The Australian Competition Authority releases its final report on customer loyalty schemes with implications for all businesses that collect and use personal information

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The recommendations in the ACCC’s final report on loyalty schemes have implications for all businesses that collect and use personal information The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released the final report and recommendations coming out of its market study into (...)

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