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Carroll & O'Dea
Schools in NSW and Queensland should urgently review their child protection policies to take into account these reforms.
Carroll & O'Dea
Schools can make redress payments from reserves, assuming that they have spent government funding on normal expenditure.
Carroll & O'Dea
We have a note about the National Redress Scheme and a reminder that schools have until 30 June 2020 to join the Scheme.
Cooper Grace Ward
This WA case is some comfort for schools, including insight into when restraint and other use of force may be reasonable.
Cooper Grace Ward
Employers in early learning centres must properly investigate, after a teacher was falsely accused of mistreating a child.
Bartier Perry
If comparative advertisements are inaccurate, false or misleading, you may be in breach of the Australian Consumer Law.
Marque Lawyers
Trivago case rings alarm bells for any website that holds itself out as an objective comparison or 'find the best price' website.
Herbert Smith Freehills
It is looking increasingly likely that a ‘General Safety Provision' for consumer products will be introduced into legislation in the near future. This idea has been simmering for some time and the...
Herbert Smith Freehills
It is looking increasingly likely that a ‘General Safety Provision' for consumer products will be introduced into legislation in the near future.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
An upward trend in penalties being ordered by courts for breaches of the Australian Consumer Law seems to be emerging.
Holley Nethercote commercial & financial services lawyers
All businesses are legally responsible for the content of the promotional material that they publish or otherwise make public.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The article sets out a high-level update of where we're at with the CDR, an overview of the Rules and what's coming next.
Bryks Lawyers
The ACCC is committed to cracking down on businesses that mislead consumers as to their remedies pursuant to the ACL.
Bryks Lawyers
The terms in three Ashley & Martin standard form consumer contracts were unfair, and therefore void and unenforceable.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Religious institutions must prepare their policies and procedures to ensure compliance with reportable conduct systems.
HHG Legal Group
The Federal Court of Australia found that the online travel site Trivago misled Australian consumers about hotel rates.
Stacks Law Firm
Discussion about the complications surrounding the food labelling laws and contains links to further related articles.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Consumer credit providers in Australia have been eagerly awaiting ASIC's updated regulatory guide on the responsible lending laws (RG 209), which landed on 9 December 2019
Worrells Solvency & Forensic Accountants
Article discusses how ASIC is concerned for the risk to consumers creating or exacerbating debt through new B-N-P-L options.
DLA Piper
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