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By Nathan Mattock, Sophie Ciufo
France is trying to make Google pay publishers for snippets of news articles in its search results, but Google refuses.
By Hannah Marshall
Discussion around the fact that the ACCC is concerned about the state of competition in the digital advertising industry.
By Wesley Rogers, Courtney Divani
The labour hire licensing trend is sweeping across Australia and non-compliance could lead to hefty fines for providers.
By Hannah Marshall
The ability of a publisher to criticise defamation judgments (even after they lose) was upheld in recent Rush defamation case.
By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
The inquiry has provided a platform for the ACCC to seek law reforms that would impact businesses across the board.
By Hannah Marshall
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
By Hannah Marshall, Daisy Von Schoenberg
This month's blow-up in the eSports world involved star player 'Ninja', online gaming platform Twitch, and - pornography.
By Wesley Rogers, Courtney Divani
The Cadbury factory employees worked 12-hour shifts, so ten actual days of personal leave resulted in 120 hours per year.
By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, cartel conduct, competition and environmental claims.
By Wesley Rogers, Courtney Divani
The FWO has made an example of George and his restaurant empire, MADE Establishment, through an enforceable undertaking.
By Wesley Rogers, Isabella Doyle
Employers should conduct regular reviews of their employees' entitlements and applicable rates of pay for hours of work.
By Wesley Rogers, Courtney Divani
As a risk to work health and safety, an employer must take reasonable steps to eliminate or minimise workplace bullying.
By Hannah Marshall
Recently there has been a move for agencies to join together to 'ditch the pitch', which could be seen as cartel conduct.
By Nathan Mattock, Emma Johnsen
The wine trade mark infringement was so blatant that the company had no reasonable prospects of defending the claim.
By Justin Cudmore, Emilie Blake
If at least one business further up the chain is bound by the Act, you could be asked about risks of modern slavery.
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