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A Messi patchwork of image rights
Individuals must use a combination of copyright, consumer law, trade mark and common law rights to protect their image.
Australia
22 Jul 2016
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Australian Consumer Law trumps Choice of Law clause
Although the agreement tried to substitute Washington State law, the ACL applied to the supply under the contract.
Australia
6 Jun 2016
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The perils of misleading your prospective employees
When considering hiring a new employee, employers must treat the making of predictions or forecasts with extreme caution.
Australia
23 May 2016
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New NSW property laws for a New Year! Real estate agents who underquote are the target
Underquoting is an unflavoured practice to attract interest in a property, similar to "bait and switch" advertising.
Australia
24 Feb 2016
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Am I liable for misleading information supplied by someone else?
If you or your business disseminate information provided by others, the information could be incorrect or misleading.
Australia
28 Aug 2015
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Recent ACCC enforcement activities serve up 'food for thought'
Recent ACCC enforcement activities have focused on false credence claims in relation to food products.
Australia
15 Jul 2014
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Consumer guarantees: Don't get caught out and find yourself past the point of "No Returns"
It also doesn't matter if your staff didn't mean to mislead your customers - your business can still be liable.
Australia
16 Jun 2014
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Recent developments in buying and selling business
The article lists 5 things anyone buying or selling a business today should consider to avoid falling into common traps.
Australia
28 Sep 2013
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ACCC takes first enforcement action under "Unfair Contract" laws in the Australian Consumer Law
The ACCC took enforcement action against standard form consumer contract terms which were unfair and unenforceable.
Australia
19 May 2013
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ACMA agrees to register the Telecommunications Consumer Protection Code
ACMA believes that the registration of the TCP Code will benefit both the industry participants and consumers alike.
Australia
20 Aug 2012
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New Australian Consumer Law guarantees - what do they mean for your business?
On 1 January 2011, the Competition and Consumer Act 2011 replaced the Trade Practices Act (TPA). The consumer protection provisions are now part of the new Australian Consumer Law (ACL), a schedule to the Act. This new law now encompasses the consumer protection provisions that were in the TPA and the Fair Trading Acts of each of the states and territories.
Australia
20 Feb 2011
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Court hands down first fines for breaches of single pricing law
On 4 November 2010, the Federal Court ordered two restaurants to pay penalties of $13,200 each for breaching the law requiring a single, all-inclusive price to be clearly stated to consumers.
Australia
11 Nov 2010
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Unfair Consumer Contracts Bill
Does your business supply goods or services to individual consumers using non-negotiable contracts?
Australia
 
24 Aug 2009
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Online Retailers Slow To Implement The PCI´s New Credit Card Fraud Protection
Credit card companies are insisting on improvements to credit card security to protect consumers and retailers from fraud and hacks.
Australia
3 Oct 2008
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