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Corporate and Commercial| 12 Aug 2020
The ACCC has continued to pursue enforcement action against retailers, manufacturers and other suppliers for making false and misleading representations to consumers about their rights, particularly consumer guarantee rights, under the Australian Consumer Law.
Franchising| 03 Jun 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to significantly disrupt the supply chains in which businesses across Australia, and internationally, operate. The manner in which a company responds to such disruption will largely depend on their role in their supply chain, and whether ...
Thinking| 19 May 2020
In the recent High Court decision of ASIC v King, Justices Nettle and Gordon observed that 'there is substantial room for people outside the boardroom to have a significant effect on a corporation'. In this update, we consider whether a ...
Commercial| 16 Apr 2020
What are the most important legal changes for Australian sporting organisations in response to the coronavirus pandemic? Partner Martin Ross reports.
Thinking| 08 Apr 2020
On 7 April 2020, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced it had accepted enforceable undertakings from TEG Live Pty Limited (TEG Live) arising from advertisements promoting a series of basketball matches held in Australian in 2019.