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By Chris Round, Olivia Coburn
The parallel importer competes with the registered trade mark owner and its authorised distributors to sell the products in Australia.
By Andrea Beatty, Jim Bulling
The exemption for CCPs from the external dispute resolution (EDR) membership obligation should continue indefinitely.
By Andrea Beatty, Jim Bulling
These privacy reforms may require CCPs, who participate in credit reporting, to become members of an approved EDR scheme.
By Jenny K. Mee, Murray Deakin, Jemimah Roberts
The principles in this case are relevant to other industries when making discount offers in complex pricing environments.
By Holly K. Towle, Kendra H. Nickel-Nguy
The risks of social media for business can be managed by asking the right questions and then by considering the issues.
By Belinda Copley
Bad behaviour post-dismissal could be used to defend a reinstatement claim on the basis of loss of trust and confidence.
By Jonathan Feder
It is possible to register a fit-out design of a retail store as a trade mark, provided it can function as a trade mark.
By Russell Lyons, Andrea Beatty, Becki Tam, Brad Lynch
Government action is needed to overcome the current regulatory barriers to widespread use of crowdfunding in Australia.
By Jennifer Mee, Jemimah Roberts
This Rule Change is a part of reforms to assist consumer participation and introduces a new Network Pricing Objective.
By Sandra Steele, Belinda Montgomery, Marcel Marquardt
Many sections of the Amending Act are retrospective and will apply to all contracts, disputes and insurances.
By Steven Wulff, Ashley Cameron
Discussion of Research Affiliates LLC v Commissioner of Patents [2014] FCAFC 150.
By Lisa Egan, Caroline Judd
Analysis of Leica Geosystems Pty Ltd v Koudstaal.
By Sandra Steele, Marcel Marquardt
The amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (Qld) (BCIPA) came into force yesterday.
This edition of our newsletter highlights considerations for the boardroom amid an environment of increased global risk.
By Chris Round, Jacqueline Pitt
This decision clarifies the Australian test for distinctiveness of trade marks and the treatment of foreign word marks.
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