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Everybody was Ben Fu fighting
The wine trade mark infringement was so blatant that the company had no reasonable prospects of defending the claim.
Australia
11 Jul 2019
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New IP Laws Give More Green Lights For Parallel Imports But Add Shades Of Grey For Counterfeit
New amendments to Australia's IP laws may cause trade mark owners to think twice before they throw the book at importers.
Australia
21 Sep 2018
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The new EU privacy laws are coming and they probably apply to you (sacré bleu!)
Australian businesses which don't need to comply with privacy laws here could find themselves falling foul of EU laws.
Australia
12 Oct 2017
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Amazon warned about unfair contract terms for Amazon Marketplace
Amazon says it will comply with local laws, as its US contract terms could be deemed unfair if applied in Australia.
Australia
6 Oct 2017
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Top 4 things you need to know about (possible) changes to foreign bribery laws in Australia
These proposed reforms will significantly lower the bar for corporate prosecutions for foreign bribery in Australia.
Australia
22 Jun 2017
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ZOMG! ACCC beats US gamers Valve and proves ACL applies to foreign companies
The consumer watchdog has successfully prosecuted a US computer software company for misleading consumers in Australia.
Australia
9 May 2016
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Compete on the international runway with cesh moneez, courtesy of Austrade
Ensure you apply for an Export Market Development Grant (EMDG) to get cash to sell your 'eligible product' overseas.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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So what are Incoterms anyway? Plus our top 5 tips for using them right
Incoterms are shorthand terms agreeing who is responsible for the costs and risks with the international sale of goods.
Australia
14 Jul 2015
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Do you manufacture in Bangladesh? If so, here are 5 things you need to know about the Bangladesh Accord
All brands with garment manufacturers in Bangladesh should consider the Bangladesh Accord, for more ethical fashion.
Australia
27 Nov 2014
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Pole dancers beware as fake poles hit the streets and courts
Seizing or preventing the importation of counterfeit goods into Australia is most effectively dealt with at Customs.
Australia
26 Sep 2014
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Before things get nuclear
Australian uranium could be exported to India within a year after the two governments seal this controversial agreement.
Australia
17 Sep 2014
12
The frustrations of contracting under foreign law
A recent Australian case is a lesson for parties who operate internationally, or contract subject to foreign laws.
Australia
17 Mar 2014
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All’s fair in love and war, but not free trade
Australia has signed a free trade agreement with South Korea – good news for Australian exporters!
Australia
17 Dec 2013
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Business abroad? Our checklist for cross border contracts
Before you sign on the dotted line here's our check list for the must haves in any cross border contract.
Australia
24 Sep 2013
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Protecting Foreign Assets in Times of Rising World Commodity Prices
In our recent update we discussed how rising world oil prices saw the Mauritanian government assert that it would no longer be bound to oil concession agreements with Woodside Petroleum. Woodside was forced to renegotiate those agreements and pay in excess of US$100 million to settle the dispute.
Australia
 
17 Jul 2006
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