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Keeping the High Court decision in Comcare v Banerji in perspective
The Banerji case relates to the use of tweets or social media by a Commonwealth public servant about government policies.
Australia
12 Aug 2019
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Reheat­ed retweets: The sig­nif­i­cance of a retweet in employment
For an employee subject to a social media policy, a retweet may be a breach and form the basis for disciplinary action.
Australia
24 May 2019
3
Family law publication restrictions: What is private and what can be posted?
Parties to family law proceedings may be committing an indictable offence if they publish any court details online.
Australia
19 Nov 2018
4
Reheated retweets: The significance of a retweet in employment
An employee subject to a social media policy could face disciplinary action if the retweet is in breach of that policy.
Australia
16 Nov 2018
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Your employee offended me. What are you going to do about it?: Employee social media conduct
When a social media conduct complaint or issue is raised, the way to address it will depend upon the facts of the case.
Australia
11 May 2018
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Protect the intellectual property in your website
Your website can represent a significant danger to your own IP and a potential source of exposure to litigation by others.
Australia
8 May 2018
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Brands as a legal asset
Once you have identified, valued and protected your brands, you would be in a position to exploit the potential in them.
Australia
25 Nov 2017
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Workplace surveillance in NSW: Having a computer surveillance policy is a mandatory requirement
As well as an appropriate policy, any employees must be given at least 14 days' written notice of computer surveillance.
Australia
18 Sep 2017
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The strategic marketing of innovation
Innovation should be key in your business strategy, but it has commercial value only when it satisfies market needs.
Australia
22 Nov 2016
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Adwords: Paragons or Parasites?
The use of AdWords generally does not constitute trade mark infringement because it does not represent trade mark use.
Australia
20 Sep 2016
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A global meeting of the brands
It is necessary in an online world to consider and implement a strategic approach to develop and protect your brand.
Australia
1 Jul 2016
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New NSW property laws for a New Year! Real estate agents who underquote are the target
Underquoting is an unflavoured practice to attract interest in a property, similar to "bait and switch" advertising.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Is the WADA code well-suited to professional team sports? It may be time to reconsider
WADA has been trying to impose itself on team sports, but the Essendon players were left to solely shoulder the blame.
Australia
23 Feb 2016
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What in the WADA is going on with the Essendon 34?
The World Anti-Doping Agency lodged an appeal against 34 current and former players of the Essendon Football Club.
Australia
2 Dec 2015
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Social media in family law proceedings - how is it used?
The article summarises a recent paper of the use of social media in family law proceedings and comments for litigants.
Australia
20 Oct 2015
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Are your brands at risk?
It is important for companies to recognise that their brands represent valuable assets and care for them accordingly.
Australia
29 Sep 2015
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Can you sack a worker by text message?
This article looks at some of the issues arising from this communication style when it comes to terminating employment.
Australia
17 Aug 2015
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Can I write an article about my business competitor?
If you run a business and publish industry articles, there is a fine line between general comment and commercial conduct.
Australia
26 Jun 2015
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Knocked out: Concussion issues for Australian rugby codes
The ARU and the NRL have begun to address the issues of concussion in sport, but there is still a lot more to be done.
Australia
21 May 2015
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Who really brings the game into disrepute?
It is clearly much easier to establish that an athlete has brought his or herself, rather than the sport, into disrepute.
Australia
21 Jan 2015
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