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How can contracts be discharged from further performance?

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Trade & Customs

The law of contracts forms a substantial part of our various relationships that can have some sort of influence over us on an almost daily basis – even...

Registering a company in Australia

Filed under: Banking & Finance, Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Franchises, Trade & Customs

Like many things in Australia, starting a company requires some administrative elements that need to be fulfilled, beginning with the actual registration...

Important changes to component pricing laws

Filed under: Trade & Customs, Product Safety

The new Act applies to the advertising of consumer goods and services. It does not apply to price representations between corporations or between corporations...

A general introduction to misleading or deceptive conduct laws in advertising

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Trade & Customs, Product Safety

One of the primary means in which suppliers and manufacturers promote their wares is through advertising, and in some instances, the representations being...

Internet shopping: How a contractual agreement is formed

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Contract Drafting & Disputes, Trade & Customs, IT

Many Australian shoppers have cottoned on to the fact that looking for Christmas presents online from an overseas vendor or an online auction site, is...

Consumer law: What is unconscionable conduct?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Trade & Customs

If you’re a regular viewer of nightly current affairs programs, you’d be hard pressed not to find an episode in which a supplier has ripped off a member...

NOTES FROM 2011 PHARMACEUTICAL TRADE MARK CONFERENCES - PART 1

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Trade & Customs, Product Safety, Intellectual Property, Marketing & Advertising

This year we attended both the Pharmaceutical Anti-Counterfeiting conference in Singapore in September, and the Pharmaceutical Trade Mark Group conference...

The requirements for an ‘Australian Made’ good or product to be considered fair dinkum

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Trade & Customs

Have you ever stopped and looked at a product that makes a claim to being Australian made, and then wondering if it was true? Most normal people would...

How digital signatures and verification systems help us shop online

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Trade & Customs, IT

For anyone who wants to start an e-commerce site, or are just plain curious about online transactions, this piece will cover electronic signatures, online...

Trademarks and the Price of Fame

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Competition & Trade Regulation, Trade & Customs, Intellectual Property

Traders must regularly review their branding strategies and should now consider the apparent popularity or reputation of their brand in assessing whether...

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