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Clayton Utz | Australia | 8 Sep 2011

Infringement notices for more telecommunications offences - and higher penalties too

Telecommunications providers could face higher penalties for breaching their performance benchmarks, if proposals in a new consultation paper are adopted.


CMS Russia | Russia | 30 May 2011

Supreme Arbitration Court considers banks’ administrative liability when entering into consumer credit agreements

On 5 May 2011 the Supreme Arbitration Court (the "SAC") published on its website a draft review on the court practice of imposing administrative liability on a bank for infringing a consumer's rights when entering into a credit agreement (the "Draft").


Norton Rose Fulbright | Australia | 13 Apr 2011

Watch out if you don’t pay that fine on time

With the change from Trade Practices Act to the Competition and Consumer Act comes a new national regime for consumer protection.


Steptoe & Johnson LLP | USA | 17 Mar 2011

Cybersquatting update: new protections for brand owners

Brand owners have recently been given new weapons in the never-ending battle against cybersquatters.


Cobbetts LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Jul 2010

Digital Economy Act 2010 and online copyright infringement

The controversial Digital Economy Bill received royal assent on the eve of the recent general election.


LK Shields | Ireland | 9 Mar 2009

Too close for comfort?

Shoppers are used to seeing lookalike products on supermarket shelves, but how do the manufacturers get away with producing and selling such blatant imitations?

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