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By Dorota Bryks
This recent Federal Court judgment highlights important issues of how a trade mark protects one's intellectual property.
By Dorota Bryks
This amendment seeks to increase the minimum duration of leases and bailments that are deemed PPS leases to two years.
By Dorota Bryks
The registration of the security interest in the leased goods was defective, so it would revert to the administrators.
By Dorota Bryks
These are three key cases that deal with the continuing focus area of the protection of consumers and small businesses.
By Dorota Bryks
FWA will seek court orders against individual owners and directors who are directly responsible for contravening the Act.
By Dorota Bryks
For an indemnity clause to be enforceable and avoid a contractual dispute, it must be drafted clearly and effectively.
By Dorota Bryks
E-signatures can be enforceable, but you need to act with caution whenever the other party has signed electronically.
By Dorota Bryks
Loans, sales by instalment, or leases of goods with an option to purchase may all be covered by Australian credit laws.
By Dorota Bryks
The ACCC has warned that it will continue to take a strong line against parties engaged in cartel conduct.
By Dorota Bryks
The contract could specifically deal with disputed invoices in a way that is consistent with the client's payment terms.
By Dorota Bryks
The article considers how to mitigate risk by indemnity clauses and the importance of drafting good indemnity clauses.
By Dorota Bryks
Most contract negotiation is done online, by email or over the phone but contracts are then printed and signed by hand.