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Quite an undertaking: Quantifying damages from an interlocutory injunction preventing sale of a generic pharmaceutical

Australia - November 8 2018 Claimants seeking to rely on the undertakings as to damages in patent cases of this kind must be in a position to prove, on the balance of...

Deborah Polites.

The gift that you can soon keep for (at least) three years: National gift card reforms

Australia - September 27 2018 The Federal Government proposes to amend the Australian Consumer Law to introduce new requirements for gift cards. Australian businesses should start...

Sarah Martine.

Sweet little lies: Heinz fined $2.25m for misleading claims on Little Kids Shredz packaging

Australia - August 30 2018 Product development and marketing review processes should encourage careful consideration of the accuracy of any product claims, including claims that...

Julia Gillies, Kezia Adams.

What is "natural" anyway? The Federal Court explains when it is (and isn't) a misleading claim

Australia - August 16 2018 Exercise caution when marketing products as natural, and make sure you can substantiate your claims. The growth in "natural" products has, naturally...

Tali Grossman, Kezia Adams.

Code crackdown: ACCC recommends big reforms to Franchising Code of Conduct

Australia - June 7 2018 Any business which has not already reviewed its standard form contracts to audit all such contracts to ensure that they do not contain terms which are...

Tali Grossman, James Neil.