b"DAVIES COLLISON CAVE BACK TO NAVIGATIONOUR PEOPLE SIVE W OR K NTAL M USE GAS E OUR ENVIRONMENTSUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:C L U P L A NDER EQUALI M E A N A NHO MISSI SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: N D POLICY L POLICY C G E T Y N G EE O N Davies Collison Cave, in consultation with Pangolin V G O INITIATIVES: E RI EI E B M G GROSS SR T R Associates, has been working to determine our S I IGreen Star rated buildings 929t4.7t/employeeI Q 4-6 starNational Greenhouse andE impact on the environment as we endeavour to VT +Y PUBLISHED PUBLISHEDINITIATIVES: Energy Reporting (NGERs) compliantN become carbon neutral. 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Day programsH INITIATIVES: G MeditationYoga PErgonomicsFitness and wellbeing awareness and POLICY promotionFlu vaccinationsFruitE CYCLIN GSTAFFparticipationWork based physical2020 AusLSA R OFFICESboxesMassagesTeam events SURVEYSfitness SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE100% 100%POLICYLE W OR KI B P STAFF X L A SURVEYS0% 100%L E INITIATIVES: CFBush fires and COVIDELeaveCarer's leaveFlexible% of\x1fce availabilityhours of workJob sharing Purchase LeaveReligious and Ceremonial LeaveStudy leave Remote working tools and systems Time in lieuUnpaid leave Headcount: 199(FTE)Floor Area: 6,383m2POLICY122WEEKS WEEKS 100%Davies Collison Cave provides an extensive range of strategically focusedBLE PAID PARENTAL LEAVE RETURN TO intellectual property services including expert advice in patents, trade marks,I TA G I OUR COMMUNITYPRIMARY SECONDARY WORK AFTER R VCARER CARER PARENTALLEAVE domain names, trade secrets, copyright, and design protection, as well as licensing,A I Nlitigation and related legal and commercial matters in Australia, New Zealand,H G SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: Singapore, Asia Pacific and internationally.C INITIATIVES: Community engagement is important at DaviesExternal events and We are wholly owned by QANTM Intellectual Property Limited, an AustralianappealsInternal appealsCollison Cave. The company is proud of the charity Securities Exchange-listed company. and collectionsWorkplacework it undertakes, including raising money for the CT / RIS A L V O L U N giving matching Drought Angels and Bushfire Appeals and most D U M G recently collecting items of clothing to donate to OUR GOVERNANCE K INITIATIVES: T the homeless. N A L E E ESUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:O NBoardsCharity eventsWe encourage and support individuals and group C POLICY A and appealsGeneralR activities which support various community and N IF G O Community Volunteering N charity groups, for example donating food to the OSkilled volunteeringStudentG homeless and raising money for charity walks and E N tutoring and mentoringE M challenges. D E 5% The company has been evaluating its role within O N the communities it serves to enable greater access C T COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERING IN NON LEGAL to the specialist areas of our legal expertise. With NON-PROFIT/ NON LEGAL PARTICIPATIONCODE OF COMPLAINTS RISK BCP OR PARTICIPATION ACTIVITIES VOLUNTEERINGCONDUCT & GRIEVANCE MANAGEMENT ERP the introduction of our pro-bono policy, we have TRAINING MECHANISM PLAN IN DEVT G AL PRO B O US RECO N been able to play a more proactive role in USTAINABL L E N O N O C IL providing legal assistance to the less advantaged. S AIN M A N E Further I Many of our senior lawyers have voluntary A E ATYG I G TinformationH from AusLSA Committee roles to show leadership and contributeBILI R C E The below icons provide limitedI O to the IP legal profession. This includes roles at A E DP LY M information about the firms legal proN INTA, IPTA, LESANZ, and APAA. We are actively O NI N P bono commitment. More extensiveI INITIATIVES: engaged in providing education opportunities and R P E information is reported by the Australian Pro Cultural awareness trainingA NReconciliation Action Plan commit to volunteer teaching roles at a number of UT T Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. tertiary institutions including the University of S REPORT N S T STRATEGY POLICY Melbourne, and Newcastle University. IUG MODERN FEDERALS SLAVERY LEGISLATION More broadly we are engaging with staff about PROGRAM PARTICIPATION DATE SETIN DEVT IN DEVT IN DEVT IN DEVT PRO BONO IN DEVT various corporate giving and opportunities for CENTRE non-legal volunteering which we can recognise TARGET through our values. 101"