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By Kathryn Edghill, Megan Edwards
The judgment is important to advertisers in all industries, especially those who use headline messages in advertisements.
By Bridget Edghill
The development and publication of the guide recognises the role of product reviews to both consumers and businesses.
By Kathryn Edghill
Motorists are likely to be free to use supermarket shopper dockets to save at the petrol pump, after a News Corp probe.
By Amy Cowper, Kathryn Edghill
Australia's two largest grocery retailers and the AFGC have finally reached agreement on a new industry code of conduct.
By Graham Maher, Sarah McCarthy
There have been no cases of judicial interaction via social media in Australia but it is an issue that needs addressing.
By Kathryn Edghill, Amy Cowper
Australia already has a set of regulatory arrangements governing the promotion of food & beverage products to children.
By Kathryn Edghill
Big data might be a source of market power and could potentially be misused, leading to a breach of competition law.
By Nick Finlayson
Green leases have requirements which require both landlord and tenant to be energy efficient and to operate sustainably.
By Lesley Maclou
Truman Hoyle advised Dick Smith Electronics on its retail brand management agreement (RBMA) with David Jones. .
By Lyle Abel, Oliver Smith
The code pointed squarely at concerns regarding potential misleading claims by PV retailers.
By Amy Cowper, Kathryn Edghill
Just because the goods are manufactured overseas does not mean Australian law will not apply!
By Kathryn Edghill, Amy Cowper
A good negotiation strategy is important in any dealings with suppliers or other businesses.
By Kathryn Edghill, Amy Cowper
Online retailers should remember online retailing does not create an exemption from the application of competition laws.
By Fiona Inverarity
Business advocates are concerned about the impact of the additional super costs on small and medium-sized businesses.
By Oliver Smith, Lyle Abel
The Federal Energy Minister has launched a new initiative, Smart Blocks, to improve energy efficiency in strata units.
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