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By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
This article includes summaries of recent cases involving the ACCC, competition, consumer law and misleading conduct.
By Kiera Peacock
With new laws and a Federal election coming, it is a good time to check your compliance with political donation laws.
By Hannah Marshall, Michael Bradley
Here are key points publishers can take from the decision in Geoffrey Rush's defamation claim against The Daily Telegraph.
By Justin Cudmore, Emilie Blake
Include a list of ethical requirements in your contract and ensure that your manufacturers sign it to make it binding.
By Justin Cudmore, Liam Rogers
If you offer goods or services to, or monitor the behaviour of, people in the EU, the GDPR laws could apply to you.
By Justin Cudmore, Emilie Blake
Organisations with annual revenues over $100 million are required to prepare an annual modern slavery statement.
By Nathan Mattock, Riley Owen
Neither major party has discussed any of the specific recommendations, but it's expected that reform is forthcoming.
By Felicia Lal, Georgia McGrath
While the AICD's figures demonstrate a move in the right direction, we also think there are plenty of areas to improve.
By Aman Mann, Justin Cudmore
If you have a security interest registered on the PPSR, check the expiry date, and extend the registration if necessary.
By Jennifer Johannesen, Lachlan Blair
Technology companies, industry groups and civil libertarians are united in their stance that this is a terrible new law.
By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
The ACCC sends a strong message to business: time to review those standard contract terms and think seriously about UCT.
By Kim Middleton, Liam Rogers
The National Energy Guarantee (NEG) isn't alive, but it isn't quite dead either, so we'll wait to see what happens next.
By Wesley Rogers, James True (formerly with Marque Lawyers)
Changes to the rules around casual employment cause outrage, shake things up, and leave employers with a lot to digest.
By Hannah Marshall, Danielle Kroon
Entertaining summary of a few interesting cases where the ACCC imposed fines on companies and in some cases, directors too.
By John Oddy (formerly with Marque Lawyers), Nathan Mattock
New amendments to Australia's IP laws may cause trade mark owners to think twice before they throw the book at importers.
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