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Herbert Smith Freehills
Businesses involved in advertising cryptoassets and related products to a consumer audience should consider any exposure to consumer protection laws and advertising regulations.
Herbert Smith Freehills
A recent judgment of the Queensland Court of Appeal provides a further example of the pro-enforcement stance adopted by Australian courts in relation to arbitration agreements.
Davies Collison Cave
We recently published in Australasian Biotechnology (and on our website) on the nexus between IP and clinical trials in Australia.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released its consultation on a new cross-industry prudential standard for operational risk management, CPS 230, which proposes...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about laws prohibiting online abuse & the hope that they do not go beyond what is necessary to protect from serious harm.
Holding Redlich
Outline of the regulatory advices released by the NHVR for operators and principal contractors.
McCullough Robertson
NSW Government has commenced implementing the Employment Zone Framework following the range of reforms introduced in 2021.
McCullough Robertson
Recent decision clarifies when Information is Health Information, rather than Personal Information, for the purpose of NSW privacy law.
McCullough Robertson
Government agencies should be aware of the risk that their communications may be subject to a public information access request.
McCullough Robertson
Council officials can be disciplined for breaching new policies once they are adopted. Policies discussed here.
McCullough Robertson
A Bare Licence does not meet the threshold of an Interest in Land for the purposes of compensation for a compulsory acquisition.
McCullough Robertson
Recent WH&S case discussed.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Recent injuries & deaths raise the question of whether the safety regulations that apply to amusement rides are sufficient.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
Brief look at the power of this legislation with a specific focus on the defence of mental impairment. Examples provided.
Carroll & O'Dea
Recent case highlights the effect of the ACL in the context of aggressive marketing practices by an institution.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Some large retailers are possibly in breach of privacy laws after collecting Faceprints of customers.
Sajen Legal
Author argues that only the fittest SMEs will survive & that it is smart to expand & increase market share.
Astor Legal
Discussion about the offences of stealing mail & tampering with mail – defences, penalties etc
McCarthy Durie Lawyers
Top 10 things you should know if you are a land owner who is affected by a proposed resumption.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Cameron Whittfield and Peggy Chow discuss the latest cybersecurity trends for consumer-facing companies including external threats which may include working with third parties and complex supply chains through to ...
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