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The ACCC provides guidance for consumers on what circumstances it expects businesses to give a refund and/or credit note.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Important considerations for businesses considering their consumer guarantees and refund obligations to consumers.
Holding Redlich
Summary of the key amendments to the ACL that aim to provide protection for small businesses.
Bartier Perry
What are premium claims, why is this important & the consequence of getting it wrong.
Holding Redlich
Links to media releases, practice & regulation, cases & legislation relating to competition & consumer law.
Holding Redlich
Recent Panel decision confirmed that, when it comes to the application of community standards on H&S, every detail matters.
Holding Redlich
The COVID-19 pandemic causes businesses to consider the impact on their business and the resultant legal implications.
Davies Collison Cave
This article covers events which occurred in March 2020, including the ACCC's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This decision is a reminder as to operators' potential liabilities should they fail to comply with consumer guarantees.
Davies Collison Cave
In light of the nation-wide ban on non-essential gatherings in response to the COVID-19 epidemic in Australia, many ticketed events, including music concerts and festivals, have been cancelled or are likely to be ...
Marque Lawyers
Guide to what extent PPE products that you supply must comply with TGA regulations.
Gilchrist Connell
Can NSW CLA non-economic loss provisions be applied to claims under ACL when services are provided overseas?
McCullough Robertson
Section 36 of the ACL may be useful when payment is demanded by a supplier, but their ability to perform is inhibited.
McCullough Robertson
The ACCC is concerned that excessive pricing may indirectly breach particular provisions of the Australian Consumer Law.
Davies Collison Cave
This is the latest in a monthly series detailing developments in competition and consumer law in Australia, including the activities of Australia's competition and consumer regulator, the ACCC, published judgments, ...
Carroll & O'Dea
It could be unlawful for a school to discriminate against a person because of the person's religious belief or activity.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a range of new compliance challenges for business under the Australian Consumer Law.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Schools must undertake risk assessments and develop protocols to identify and manage security, privacy and data risks.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Continuity of learning is important, and being at home because of COVID-19, shouldn't provide a disruption to learning.
Carroll & O'Dea
Schools in NSW and Queensland should urgently review their child protection policies to take into account these reforms.
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