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By Peter Bennett
Discussion about the recent extension of the Unfair Contract Terms Regime to include insurance contracts.
By Corinne Attard
Article compiles for franchisors a 10 step guide to compliance.
By Tal Williams
Recent judgment involving algorithmic trading applies law of contract to cryptocurrencies and defines them as property.
By Tal Williams
Some domain names are only registered in order to extract money and/or to ruin the reputation of the trademark holder.
By Shane Roberts, Sam Marsh
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission was established to regulate the building and construction industry.
By Daniel Jepson
The Court must work through three steps to decide whether these lyrics infringe copyright in the Universal Music song.
By Daniel Jepson
These recent cases highlight the importance of ensuring that your trade mark arrangements are in place and effective.
By Shane Roberts, Callun Blurton
These cases highlight the potential liability of SMSF auditors and the need for evidence to support opinions expressed.
By Danny Adno
Directors may be personally liable for the company's failure to pay superannuation for an independent contractor.
By Shane Roberts, Sam Marsh
Management of defective or incomplete building works: the regulator & their powers and how to lodge a complaint.
By Callun Blurton, Shane Roberts
Recent cases provide a warning to auditors: be careful and obtain evidence to support your opinions when auditing SMSFs.
By Daniel Jepson
Recent cases have highlighted the importance of ensuring that your trade mark arrangements are in place and effective.
By Corinne Attard
These two NCAT cases have gone the landlord's way and delivered some unfortunate news for tenants in New South Wales.
By Shane Roberts, Sam Marsh
This article addresses the question of duties owed by a body corporate to lot owners for defects on common property.
By Danny Adno
The bill proposes to give ASIC, liquidators and the ATO new powers to curtail phoenix activities and prosecute offenders.
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