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By Karen Hayne, Ashleigh Fehrenbach
This was NZ's first case of competitor trade mark use in respect of online advertising as Google AdWords and keywords.
By Martin O'Connor, Melissa Corbutt
The court has jurisdiction to consider past conduct, as it may have a bearing on whether any future bullying may occur.
By Laura Hartley, Erin McGushin
The ACCC guideline should be reviewed by any business making country of origin or place of origin claims about products.
By Laura Hartley, Sarah Andrews
The Review Panel has released an Issues Paper for a "root and branch" review of Australia's competition laws and policy.
By Daniel Goldberg, Ryan Doherty
On 2 April 2014, the Government released exposure drafts of the amended Code.
By Karen Hayne, Tim Clarke
Clients seeking to register and enforce their valuable trade marks in China should be aware of these important changes.
By Jamie Nettleton, Cate Sendall, Karina Chong
Recent legislative reforms change the classification and the advertising requirements in respect of therapeutic goods.
By Cate Sendall, Karina Chong
The Policy sets out priority areas and key factors to be considered when determining whether to take enforcement action.
By Arthur Davis, Laura Hartley, Jamie Nettleton, Martin O'Connor, Cate Sendall
2014 has got off to a busy start with many local changes of relevance to the direct selling sector.
By Justine Munsie, Jamie Nettleton, Richard Keegan, Cate Sendall
Harm minimisation has been a constant theme and the newsletter covers some developments in the last few months of 2013.
By Karen Hayne, Ashleigh Fehrenbach
The first Australian Twitter-based defamation case provides a timely reminder of possible exposure and adverse impacts.
By Justine Munsie, Richard Keegan
The Full Court again overturned an ACMA decision involving allegations that broadcasters had breached criminal laws.
By Cate Sendall
Companies must take genuine and reasonable steps, in an attempt to comply with the new obligations set out in the APPs.
By Justine Munsie, Richard Keegan
The decision places a significant limit on the investigative and regulatory powers of the ACMA.
By Karen Hayne, Emma Appleby
Trade marks are territorial rights, which are protected through a registration or grant procedure.
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