Mondaq Australia: International Law
Barraket Stanton
It is hoped that the proposed FTA will grant Australian exporters significantly greater trade access to the EU market.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
A review of the PCC provides useful insight into the CCIV framework and the obligations and liabilities in the structure.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The proposed CCIV is a worthy step towards increasing the export of Australian funds management services and products.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
A key international change for the Australian investment management sector is the Asia Region Funds Passport by ASIC.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
There is increasing interest in the subject of ethics in arbitration, particularly in international commercial arbitration.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The strategic and economic significance of the TPP publicly reaffirmed despite US decision not to participate.
Barraket Stanton
China has a first to file trade mark system, so until you register a trade mark, you may not protect your brand in China.
Holding Redlich
Stoppage in transit is a right possessed solely by the seller and is effective only between the seller and the buyer.
Baker & McKenzie
Australia's export control rules for tangibles have been amended to more closely align with the regime for intangible supplies.
Holding Redlich
Confidentiality of proceedings, one advantage of arbitration over litigation, is brought into focus in both these cases.
Hunt & Hunt
The ABF has made it clear that the focus will be trade that does not involve a Trusted Trader (Australia's AEO program).
Hunt & Hunt
Many contracts with Chinese suppliers have been drafted in a manner whereby a Chinese Court will not enforce them.
McCullough Robertson
Article discusses Hague Convention and obtaining evidence from overseas for use in Australian proceedings.
McCullough Robertson
Parties to a dispute in one country may require the production of evidence from persons that reside in a foreign country.
Holding Redlich
Businesses are advised to review their exposure to risk of sanctions breach to avoid prosecution and penalties. .
Coleman Greig Lawyers
In certain circumstances lessees are obliged to notify the FIRB or they will incur fines and civil penalties. .
Hunt & Hunt
The TPP still represents significant opportunities for exporters to Australia, and importers of Australian goods.
Shelston IP
The CPTPP isn't missing only the US – the TPP text has been stripped of several "polarising" clauses, including IP.
Hunt & Hunt
The risks around customs fraud can extend to purchasers who were not the importer of record or involved in the fraud.
TMF Group
The new Trans-Pacific Partnership is expected to come into force later this year, rather than 2019 as originally expected.
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