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Going to market - consumer law update
  • Chapman Tripp
  • Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, USA
  • November 12 2015

The risks for organisations from breaching consumer law are high with increased penalties, new fair trading and consumer credit regimes and more

Terribly sorry, Sir Walteryour plant variety denomination can’t be a trade mark too
  • Baldwins
  • Australia, New Zealand
  • October 21 2015

A recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia highlights why you should select a denomination for your plant variety right that is different

Could your Halloween costume land you in the middle of a legal nightmare?
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Australia
  • October 30 2015

The answer may scare you Dressing up for Halloween is something of a new thing for Aussies. Not until recently did hordes of kids start knocking on

Google held to be a publisher of defamatory autocomplete and related search terms
  • Minter Ellison
  • Australia
  • November 2 2015

The South Australian Supreme Court has found that Google published defamatory statements that appeared in autocomplete and related search terms on

L’oréal’s quest for preliminary discovery was “worth it”
  • Piper Alderman
  • Australia
  • October 14 2015

Earlier this month, Justice Beach in the Federal Court handed down orders for preliminary discovery for L’Oréal Australia Pty Ltd against BrandPoint

“$200 free bets” held to be misleading
  • McInnes Wilson Lawyers
  • Australia
  • October 28 2015

The ACCC's latest issue of the Small Business in Focus Report reveals the latest small business enquiries and complaints data. Of significance, the

Social media in the courts: dealing with defamation
  • Bartier Perry
  • Australia
  • October 20 2015

As the legal market continues to learn how to handle the collision of the law and social media, the District Court of New South Wales has handed down

Now you see a Bachelorette...now you don't
  • MARQUE Lawyers
  • Australia
  • October 27 2015

Hours before the finale of the Bachelorette, the yelps of fans could be heard across the city. Well, in our office at least. The Daily Mail had

Search engine optimisation and trade mark infringement under Australian law
  • Johnson Winter & Slattery
  • Australia
  • October 31 2014

Many businesses use search engine optimisation strategies as part of their online marketing strategy to generate online traffic. This raises some

Disney’s “frozen” in copyright dispute filmmaker can’t let it go
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Australia
  • April 28 2015

A snowman loses his carrot nose, and it slides out to the middle of a frozen pond; the snowman is on one side of the pond and an animal who covets