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Submission to the ALRC: Inquiry into Class Action Proceedings and Third Party Litigation Funding
NRF discusses here their submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission inquiry.
Australia
29 Aug 2018
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Merger pre-completion - ACCC takes action on gun jumping
'Gun jumping' is when the merger parties, who are also competitors, move to merge before completion of the acquisition.
Australia
27 Jul 2018
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Do you need a market power health check?
Multinationals and big businesses need to review their practices because of Harper review changes to competition law.
Australia
10 Nov 2017
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Client Update – business-to-business unfair contract terms
Companies should review business-to-business standard form contracts for compliance with unfair contract terms changes.
Australia
31 Oct 2017
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Agent v Principal? Agency in Australian competition law
The High Court found the agent (Flight Centre) was in competition with airlines to supply international airline tickets.
Australia
4 Aug 2017
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Antitrust investigations – the impact on individuals
The management of individuals should be carefully planned from the earliest stages of any antitrust investigation.
Australia
20 Jul 2016
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Private competition law enforcement in Australia – an emerging opportunity
This article looks at some private enforcement actions, potential barriers to private enforcement and proposed reforms.
Australia
3 Dec 2015
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Harper heat map: Retail sector - Harper Review of competition law and policy in Australia
In this update, we outline the potential implications of the Harper Review recommendations for the retail sector.
Australia
29 Apr 2015
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Fake customer testimonials - ACCC’s claim succeeds
The ACCC has succeeded in its first claim pursuant to section 29(1)(e) of the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
27 Jan 2014
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Pricing Out Carbon – Not Just Optional For Some
The new Coalition Government has taken its first step towards a repeal of the Carbon Pricing Mechanism.
Australia
19 Nov 2013
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All that glitters – Jeweller’s dual price advertising found to be misleading or deceptive
The ACCC brought a suit against The Jewellery Group relating to catalogues and flyers listing 'then' and 'now' prices.
Australia
5 Sep 2012
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Cartel conduct and the construction industry
The ACCC has reminded executives within the construction industry of the potential sanctions for cartel conduct.
Australia
12 May 2012
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ACCC’s new arsenal in action
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (the ACCC) has begun using its new power to issue infringement, substantiation and public warning notices in carrying out its compliance and enforcement activities pursuant to the recent amendments to the Trade Practices Act 1974.
Australia
13 Oct 2010
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