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Telecommunications, Media And Technology (TMT) Law Update - Volume 10
  • Davies Collison Cave
  • Australia
  • February 9 2017

On 9 December 2016, the Full Court of the Federal Court overturned a number of findings by a primary judge in relation to a technology supply


Court awards $34,822 for copyright infringement and $400,000 for bad behaviour
  • Clayton Utz
  • Australia
  • February 2 2017

The actual loss suffered from copyright, patent, trade mark or design infringement is often either small or difficult to quantify. Being able to


Faces in advertising and on packaging: what effect do they have on consumer behaviour?
  • Griffith Hack
  • Australia
  • November 8 2013

As a regular item in NeedToKnow: Trade Marks, I highlight a scientific or psychological study on consumer behaviour that has caught my attention


Souvenir shops beware! The Sydney Opera House is now a three dimensional trade mark
  • Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick
  • Australia
  • January 24 2014

The Australian Trade Mark Office has recently accepted Trademark Application No. 1577707, which is a three dimensional shape trademark in the shape


Pitbull mauls suave promoter
  • Thynne & Macartney
  • Australia
  • November 15 2012

A recent court case saw rapper Armando Christian Perez (aka”Pitbull” ) take on an Aussie promoter and win


Game over - Valve ordered to pay $3 million for consumer law breaches
  • Cooper Grace Ward
  • Australia
  • February 8 2017

In late December 2016, the Federal Court gifted Valve Corporation an unwanted Christmas present by imposing a $3 million penalty for misrepresenting


Memes in advertising: a copyright mess
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Australia, USA
  • September 2 2013

Memes are, without a doubt, the greatest thing about the internet. There is an entire sub-culture of the English speaking world that exists around


How the Nurofen Specific Pain Range marketing strategy was undone as misleading by the ACCC
  • Cordato Partners
  • Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom
  • January 12 2016

It was a brilliant marketing strategy instead of marketing the fast-acting Nurofen for pain relief as one product effective for a range of pains (as


Specsavers v Luxottica
  • MARQUE Lawyers
  • Australia
  • July 18 2013

There's a fine line between acceptable advertising BS, or puffery, and misleading or deceptive conduct. Often you only find out that you've crossed


The long arm of the Australian Consumer Law reaches offshore
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Australia
  • April 29 2016

On 24 March 2016, the Federal Court held that Valve Corporation (Valve) - a company based in the United States that operates an online game