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Online distributors selling into Australia can be caught by the Australian Consumer Law, Court confirms
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) applies to overseas-based online operators that sell products into Australia.
Australia
2 Feb 2018
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Trans-Pacific Partnership deal finally concluded, for free trade in Asia-Pacific
2018 has kicked off with agreement on the CPTPP, which will enhance trade among countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
Australia
2 Feb 2018
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NSW Procurement Board provides greater guidance to government on international procurement obligations
New guidelines will help agencies to understand their obligations to comply with international free trade agreements.
Australia
22 Dec 2017
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ASIC extends focus on disruptive innovation - A move towards greater international co-operation
ASIC enters into agreements with many countries for the purpose of co-operation, support & understanding financial innovation.
Australia
13 Dec 2017
5
COP23: Getting down to business
At COP23 the parties to the Paris Agreement appear to be working towards writing the rule book for the Paris Agreement.
Australia
14 Nov 2017
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Be careful what you click - jurisdictional issues lurk when contracting online
While it is easy to simply click the "I agree" button or similar, it is still advisable to skim the terms and conditions.
Australia
29 Sep 2017
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Agricultural export legislation – the Federal Government is seeking your views
Consultation with new legislation is now underway on the future shape of Australia's agricultural export framework.
Australia
5 Sep 2017
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Potential Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement: A step forward for exports into Latin America
A Peru-Australia FTA will open up opportunities for Australian exporters and place them on an even footing with the US.
Australia
11 Jun 2017
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The enforceability of international restraints: a business protection tool
International employers with a mobile workforce and competitors in Australia can take comfort from this initial decision.
Australia
14 May 2017
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Australia's trade deals: where are we at, and what's on the horizon
Australia is deeply integrated with international markets and changes to global commerce have significant implications.
Australia
29 Dec 2016
11
Moral hazard hits China - be prepared for the fallout
The Chinese Government is attempting to provide more sophisticated tools for dealing with unprofitable companies.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
12
Why progress towards an Indonesia-Australia FTA is good news for the Australian energy and resources sector
Australian energy and resources companies should be positioning themselves for the forthcoming Indonesia-Australia FTA.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
13
International arbitration and independence – off the beaten track
Counsel, experts and arbitral institutions should all owe a duty of independence, but enforcing it could be challenging.
Australia
12 Dec 2016
14
Modernised Singapore-Australia FTA (SAFTA) eases export of goods and services to, and inbound investment from, Singapore
There are significant benefits to Australian businesses from an agreement to update the Singapore-Australia FTA (SAFTA).
Australia
7 Nov 2016
15
Brexit: key issues to consider
We set out the legal framework for Brexit, its effect on key business issues, and steps you should be considering now.
Australia
5 Jul 2016
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ACL reach broadened as ACCC wins case against Valve Corporation
Overseas online sellers will now have some clarity about their obligations to comply with the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
17 Apr 2016
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Cross-border insolvency provisions at work
Complex cross-border issues can be dealt with relatively easily as long as flexibility is built into the relevant orders.
Australia
29 Dec 2015
18
Hilary Heilbron QC gives 14th Annual International Arbitration Lecture
Three factors generate unpredictability in arbitration: diversity, discretion, and decision-making dynamics.
Australia
15 Dec 2015
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Dynamics, discretion and diversity - A recipe for unpredictability in international arbitration?
The 2015 annual International Arbitration Lecture was given by Hilary Heilbron QC, from Brick Court Chambers in London.
Australia
 
14 Dec 2015
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Sovereign immunity against suit does not stop registration of foreign judgments
If a sovereign state acts in a commercial transaction in Australia, then it is the same as anyone else and can be sued.
Australia
9 Dec 2015
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