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How to do ethical fashion - What to include in your manufacturing contract
Include a list of ethical requirements in your contract and ensure that your manufacturers sign it to make it binding.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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ACCC unfair contract terms crackdown – which terms failed the sniff test
The ACCC sends a strong message to business: time to review those standard contract terms and think seriously about UCT.
Australia
13 Dec 2018
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Unfair contract terms and unconscionable conduct: actually the best of friends
Even though no pecuniary penalties are payable for unfair contract terms, ACCC may impose penalties for unconscionable conduct.
Australia
5 Sep 2018
4
TV station wars, $1 for stake in broadcast towers: compulsory acquisition on default in shareholder agreements
How the Court came to its decision that Seven & Nine only have to pay Ten $1 for its share in TX Australia.
Australia
29 May 2018
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Unfair contract terms - whats actually unfair?
Businesses need to consider any terms in their contracts that could impose onerous terms on small business customers.
Australia
20 Nov 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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Cracking the SAFE
Simple agreements for future equity (SAFEs) are a great alternative to the convertible note, so these are some hot tips.
Australia
12 Mar 2017
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B2B and the ACCC – Unfair T&C's for small business
The ACL has extended further protection to small businesses from unfair terms and conditions in standard form contracts.
Australia
30 Jan 2017
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Battle of the T&Cs: Whose terms will reign supreme?
Parties doing business have to negotiate and agree to sign on a common set of standard terms and conditions (T&Cs).
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Top 5 tips for negotiating your next infrastructure contract
With multiple contractors, balancing your risk against a principal's expectations can make things even more difficult.
Australia
27 Jul 2016
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Nailed! Marque Lawyers' semi-regular wrap up of who's been sprung by the ACCC and how much it cost them – May 2016
This article discusses recent cases in which the ACCC has alleged misleading and deceptive conduct and fraudulent claims.
Australia
20 May 2016
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Did you just score an "F" in ethical fashion?
A number of reports have recently been published examining fashion's commitment to an ethical supply chain.
Australia
9 May 2016
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The Low-Down on Unfair Contract Terms and Small Business
Small businesses will soon be able to take advantage of the unfair contract term rules in the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
13 Apr 2016
14
So your business Twitter feed got hacked
You should have a crisis plan if you have a big social media presence and your corporate social media account is hacked.
Australia
21 Mar 2016
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8 things to consider when negotiating SLAs
Service level agreements are designed to help parties to a service agreement agree on minimum standards of performance.
Australia
17 Mar 2016
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Signed, sealed, delivered ... Or maybe not?
As more companies are moving towards electronic signatures, we thought we'd better let you know how to actually use them.
Australia
10 Mar 2016
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Kanye's tips on how to run your fashion business
The article includes Kanye's tips on getting out of financial trouble, as well as other tips for keeping in the black.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Fashion Law Handbook
This handbook is designed to help unwary designers avoid potential legal issues involving IP, contracts and social media.
Australia
21 Jan 2016
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When too much unfairness is barely enough
As if the ACL "unfair contracts" provisions weren't exciting enough, they are now extended to small business dealings.
Australia
29 Nov 2015
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Documents signed by "split execution": like any two Wes Anderson films, you can just go ahead and treat them as one
The Court said that there's no problem with split execution if the two counterparts are treated as a single instrument.
Australia
5 Aug 2015
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