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By Amy Leonard
It is critical to prepare now by examining your systems and ensuring you are able to comply with these new obligations.
By Abigail McGregor, Jehan-Philippe Wood, Richard Lewis
There is increasing demand for companies in all industries to demonstrate that they operate sustainably and ethically.
By Joshua Carton, Elyse O'Sullivan
Insurers should be aware of inherent risks for targeted policies having regard to the nature of an insured's business
By Helen Macpherson
Brand owners and their attorneys must make certain that applications are filed in the name of the mark's actual owner.
By Andrea Garratt, Davor Tocakovic
The broad language of the coverage clause was to be read in line with both the policy and relevant external materials.
By Tricia Hobson
Junior staff should - be kind to yourself, surround yourself with support, don't listen to negativity and be confident.
By Toby Biddle, Helen Macpherson
Given the proliferation of such marketing class actions in the United States, this could be a growth area in Australia.
By Katherine Morris
The amendments hope to eliminate unsafe building products by introducing a chain of responsibility for the supply chain.
By Martin Osborne
Employers need to be alert to the broad interpretation of a 'worker' and its possible impact upon an Executive Board.
By Toby Biddle, Helen Macpherson
The use of the class action forum for "marketing" claims represents a new dimension in this type of case in Australia.
By Samantha Maddern, Heather McIntyre
If you are considering an enterprise agreement, you must strictly comply with the procedural requirements of the FW Act.
By Brett Solomon
This case impacted on issues relating to dual insurance, including how "other insurance" provisions are to be applied.
By John Moran, Elizabeth Kordic
Both failure to innovate and innovation itself are projected to be recognised as major risks within the next few years.
By James Morris
Banks have committed to changes to their standard form small business contracts to fully comply with the legislation.
By Martin Osborne, Richard Lewis, Sally Woodward, Helene Lee, David Cross
Businesses have several strategies at their disposal to minimise risk, and turn their employees into brand ambassadors.
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