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Consumer Law reforms may increase the exposure of transport operators to claims for damage to goods
Transport and warehouse operators should ensure they have appropriate insurance cover for goods in transit and storage.
Australia
7 Dec 2018
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Are you complying with consumer laws? Penalties have increased significantly!
You must review and update compliance policies and training programs to ensure you comply with the new penalties regime.
Australia
12 Oct 2018
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Proposed Australian Consumer Law changes: important implications for transport operators
If passed, the amendment could expand the scope of liability of transport operators under the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
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Have you reviewed your independent contractor agreements for small business?
The amendments to protect small businesses from unfair contract terms in contract arrangements has come into force.
Australia
 
23 May 2017
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Woolies ‘Mind the Gap' scheme found not to be unconscionable
This case highlights the high threshold to be met for a court to consider an entity guilty of unconscionable conduct.
Australia
14 Feb 2017
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Game over – Valve ordered to pay $3 million for consumer law breaches
Courts will examine the conduct of the respondent throughout ACCC investigations and litigation, to consider penalties.
Australia
13 Feb 2017
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Trucking industry warned to heed timely legal advice
Trucking businesses have been urged to obtain information regarding the new unfair contract provisions in the ACL.
Australia
 
23 Nov 2016
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Foreign corporations selling in Australia can be caught by the ACL
Foreign corporations can be guilty of misleading or deceptive conduct when supplying goods or services to consumers.
Australia
15 Apr 2016
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Flight Centre wins on appeal as Full Court overturns price fixing findings
The case clarifies the law on price fixing for an agent who offers services similar to those offered direct to consumers.
Australia
15 Oct 2015
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When are locally manufactured products "substitutable goods"?
The issue of whether "substitutable goods" are produced in Australia turns on the "use" of the imported goods.
Australia
29 Jul 2011
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Beyond The Front Door – Liability Of The Hotelier
Last month we featured a recent decision in which an hotelier was found liable to an intoxicated patron who was injured after he had left the hotelier's premises. This month the story continues...
Australia
3 Mar 2009
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The Key To Success - Liability Of The Hotelier To The Intoxicated Patron
An intoxicated party recovering compensation will always grab a headline. This case was no exception.
Australia
24 Feb 2009
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