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Pokies player loses case in the Federal Court that a poker machine is misleading or deceptive
The impressions and expectations of a hypothetical person could be important to the success or failure of such a claim.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
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ACCC announces compliance and enforcement priorities for 2018
Businesses should expect the ACCC to be proactive during 2018 and to seek to enforce the new provisions of the CCA.
Australia
2 Mar 2018
3
Online reviews: do not get tripped up by the Australian Consumer Law
The ACCC has published a guide about online reviews called: Online reviews—a guide for business and review platforms.
Australia
2 Feb 2018
4
New car retail industry on notice: ACCC releases final report
Australian car dealers and importers will need to upgrade their consumer law compliance to avoid ACCC investigations.
Australia
22 Dec 2017
5
Bad hair day for Aldi: - natural - marketing claims contravened the Australian Consumer Law
The marketing of products as "natural" when they do not contain natural ingredients, is likely to contravene the ACL.
Australia
25 Nov 2017
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The gift that keeps on giving: gift cards to last longer as NSW passes new laws prohibiting expiry dates of less than three years
NSW businesses should review terms and conditions of their gift cards to ensure that they comply with these new laws.
Australia
13 Nov 2017
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ACCC wins first B2B unfair contract terms case
Eight terms in the standard form contract used to engage small businesses were declared to be unfair and therefore void.
Australia
28 Oct 2017
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Taking out the trash: ACCC brings first unfair contract terms case
Businesses should take particular care to review the terms of their standard form B2B contracts with small business.
Australia
17 Sep 2017
9
Managing litigation risk - Part 1: stop disputes arising
Sensible and practical steps should help your business to reduce the risk of disputes from arising in the first place.
Australia
14 May 2017
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Playing by the rules: the law of social media competitions and promotions
Online competitions or promotions could inadvertently expose businesses to financial penalties and reputational damage.
Australia
2 May 2017
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Getting to no - making sure your negative option billing program is lawful
Unlike some countries, Australia does not have a specific regime that regulates negative option billing programs.
Australia
17 Apr 2017
12
Abandoned online shopping carts – how to exploit them without breaching the law
The Privacy Act, the Spam Act, and codes all affect your use of details from online shoppers who do not complete a sale.
Australia
2 Apr 2017
13
ACCC warns telcos about misleading broadband advertising
This case was a significant win for the ACCC, which advocates for increased penalties for consumer law contraventions.
Australia
20 Feb 2017
14
Was $49.95, now.... is misleading: the perils of "was/now" pricing
Marked-down prices for sales can give rise to some complicated legal issues if they take the form of "was/now" pricing.
Australia
28 Dec 2016
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Tripped up? Meriton serviced apartments' use of TripAdvisor reviews brings ACCC action
The Meriton proceedings could clear up some legal issues in misleading and deceptive conduct involving online reviews.
Australia
14 Dec 2016
16
Shopping around for misleading and deceptive conduct
Retailers must educate staff about complex matters, but written materials are useful to complement oral representations.
Australia
29 Nov 2016
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The ACCC releases a report on unfair terms in business-to-business contracts and says get ready for enforcement
The ACCC released a report on a review it conducted of potentially unfair terms used in business-to-business contracts.
Australia
28 Nov 2016
18
Bridging the business-consumer divide: comparison websites in focus
ACCC guidelines on increasingly popular comparator websites provide useful guidance for website operators and suppliers.
Australia
10 Nov 2016
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Is your B2B sale of goods really B2C? Yes, when a business is actually "acquiring as a consumer"
A business can sometimes be a consumer, and enjoy the protection offered by consumer law.
Australia
11 Sep 2016
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Penalties and fairness of consumer and small business contracts
Unless there is substantive unfairness, unconscionable conduct and unfair terms may remain difficult to prove.
Australia
22 Aug 2016
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