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Holding Redlich
Discusses the Spam Act: what it applies to, consent, functional unsubscribe facilities etc & consequences for recent breaches.
Clyde & Co
The Spam Act 2003 (Cth) isn't a new piece of legislation, and it has arguably been a relatively benign part of the Australian privacy and communications regulatory framework – until now.
KordaMentha
The podcast discusses financial challenges facing the sports industry and the role of voluntary administrations.
Holding Redlich
The contract must expressly state the circumstances when usage of the intellectual property by the agency is permitted.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Personal account holders could be considered 'publishers', and may be held responsible for defamation in Australia.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
On appeal from a preliminary question decided by Justice Rothman in Supreme Court of New South Wales defamation proceedings (our earlier article is here), the Court of Appeal...
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Businesses with internet discussion forums, for third parties to contribute, should be aware of the risks of defamation.
Holding Redlich
This four-part series will focus on the relationship between agency and client and consequences of that relationship
Davies Collison Cave
On 20 March 2020, a judgment of the New South Wales Court of Appeal observed a range of principles relevant to online defamation in a case involving defamatory Facebook posts: Stoltenberg v Bolton; Loder v Bolton [2020] NSWCA 45.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Manufacturers may find it challenging to comply with labelling regulations relating to the origin of core ingredients.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
COVID-19 has made decisions such as resumption of professional sport complicated and imbued with significant legal risk.
Marque Lawyers
Licensed venues, usually restricted to alcohol sales on-premises, can now provide takeaway and home delivery services.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Mooted at the digital platforms inquiry, the ACCC is developing a mandatory Code of Conduct for the big tech companies.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Liquor licensing regimes around the country are being amended in response to the nationwide closure of bars and pubs.
Marque Lawyers
With service at the core of the hospitality industry's livelihood, these small businesses need to evolve to stay afloat.
Marque Lawyers
If the ACCC wants to control Google and Facebook, it could instead look to the access to services regime in the CCA.
Davies Collison Cave
On 17 December 2019, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issued the Telecommunications Service Provider (International Mobile Roaming) Determination 2019.
McCullough Robertson
The April 2020 edition of Emerging Issues for the Australian technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector.
Holding Redlich
These media sector reforms are not the only regulatory reforms required to ensure a robust Australian media sector.
KordaMentha
The decision prompted a figurative line-out for Premiership Rugby, who launched a review into the salary cap regulations.
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