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Intellectual Property and Technology News - Asia Pacific: Q3 2012
This issue discusses key issues for online business, data privacy and other new developments in intellectual property.
Australia
25 Nov 2012
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The People's Republic of China Advertising Law - Substantial Revisions Under Way
The advertising industry in China has grown rapidly over the past decade.
China
6 Jul 2012
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Personal Property Securities Update: The Countdown Begins
Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) expected to commence in October this year - consideration of transition from the current law.
Australia
15 Jun 2011
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Warranties Against Defects - A New Regulation Will Apply From 1 January 2011
Manufacturers, retailers and service providers will need to act soon to review and revise documents containing warranties against defects so that they will be ready to comply with a new regulation taking effect on 1 January 2012
Australia
21 Apr 2011
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Health Related Critical Judgments, Legislation, Press Releases and News Items
Health Alert is a summary of the critical judgments, legislation, press releases and news items which have come to our attention each week. Many of the summaries will contain a hyperlink.
Australia
19 Apr 2011
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Manufacturers' Warranties, Extended Warranties and Service Plans - What you need to know
The change in Australian Consumer Law (ACL) will make it more difficult to promote and market manufacturers' warranties, extended warranties and service plans. This Consumer Law update discusses what you need to know with these changes.
Australia
5 Dec 2010
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10 Things you need to know about Australian Consumer Law
The Minister for Competition Policy and Consumer Affairs described the Australian Consumer Law as the most comprehensive change to the Trade Practices Act since its inception in 1974. In this article, we summarise 10 key things that businesses should know about the introduction of the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
18 Nov 2010
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Time to Trade in Your Existing Terms and Conditions
Recent amendments to the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Clth) (TPA) as part of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) initiative see the introduction of new statutory consumer guarantees which come into force on 1 January 2011
Australia
29 Oct 2010
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Changes to Implied Terms under the Trade Practices Act
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) initiative has now been enacted by two amendments to the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) (TPA).
Australia
17 Oct 2010
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Retirement Village Operators: GST Update
Developers’ and operators’ ability to claim GST credits on retirement village construction costs
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7 Apr 2010
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Reforms to Franchising Conduct and Unconscionable Conduct
Further reforms to the Franchising Code of Conduct and the Unconscionable Conduct provisions of the Trade Practices Act announced.
Australia
 
4 Mar 2010
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At The Courthouse
This case attracted national media coverage and was declared by some as the end of the childhood ‘sleepover’.
Australia
16 Sep 2009
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Senate Committee Recommends Delay And Simplification Of Personal Property Securities
The Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs conducted an Inquiry into the Exposure Draft of the Personal Property Securities Bill 2008.
Australia
26 Mar 2009
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Fair Trading Act In 2008 – The Year In Review
The Commerce Commission (Commission) monitors compliance with our principal consumer protection legislation - the Fair Trading Act 1986 (Act). In 2008 the Commission focused on misleading promotions, particularly in the banking, finance and supermarket sectors.
Australia
12 Feb 2009
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Effective Terms Of Trade - Staying Out Of The Unsecured Pack
In the current economic downturn, it is worth reviewing your current terms of trade, especially if you use retention of title clauses (also known as Romalpa clauses) to retain title to goods that are sold on credit.
Australia
20 Jan 2009
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Developments In EU And UK Consumer Protection: A Class Act?
If the EU adopts proposals for collective redress reform, the litigation risk for Australian manufacturers exporting products to the area could change.
Australia
15 May 2008
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Are Those Instructions Instructive?
Skerbic v McCormack & Ors [2007] ACTSC 93 involved both a claim in negligence and a claim under section 75AD of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) (TPA) against the manufacturer/supplier, and installer, of garage roller doors which injured the plaintiff.
Australia
2 Apr 2008
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New Zealand Fair Trading Act – 2006 In Review
The Commerce Commission (Commission) monitors compliance with the Fair Trading Act, which is our principal consumer protection legislation. 2006 was a busy year for the Commission as it focused on product advertising and on generating fraud awareness amongst consumers.
New Zealand
20 Apr 2007
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Fair Trading And Consumer Guarantees Submissions Sought On Enforcement Of Consumer Protection Laws
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs (Ministry) has released a discussion document on the redress and enforcement provisions contained in the Fair Trading Act 1986 and the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993.
New Zealand
16 May 2006
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Tort Law Reform - The Final Chapter
The tort law reform process in Australia is now complete with the commencement of the Trade Practices Amendment (Personal Injuries and Death) Act 2006 (Cth) ("the Amendment Act"). Proceedings for personal injuries and death are no longer permitted under the consumer protection provisions of Part V, Division 1 of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) ("the TPA"). Part V, Division 1 of the TPA includes section 52 which contains the well-known prohibition on misleading or deceptive conduct.
Australia
12 May 2006
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