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Nucleus – corporate law developments: major FIRB law changes; ASIC extends relief for financial reporting and AGM requirements; and other corporate law developments
Insight 09 Feb 2021

Major foreign investment law changes; ASIC extends relief for financial reporting and AGM requirements and issues guidance on design and distribution laws; ASX issues guidance to address 'earning surprises'; ACCC releases first digital platform inquiry interim report; and WA Supreme Court hands down decision with implications for legal professional privilege in internal emails. ...

$24m fine for criminal cartel charge; ACCC's interim report into digital advertising services; Kogan penalised for misleading discounts; and other developments
Insight 25 Feb 2021

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ocean AS fined $24m for criminal cartel charge; ACCC's interim report into digital advertising services; Kogan penalised for misleading discounts; Facebook and Onava allegedly mislead consumers; and Lorna Jane 'virus activewear' examined in court. ...

Digital Platform Services Inquiry Interim Report; ACCC commences proceedings against Agrison; Trivago loses its appeal in the Full Federal Court; and other developments
Insight 25 Nov 2020

Digital Platform Services Inquiry Interim Report; ACCC commences proceedings against Agrison alleging false or misleading representations about warranties; appeal on Employsure case; Trivago's loses appeal; Compare the Market acquisitions of iSelect under review; ADT Security to refund customers and remove or amend unfair contract terms. ...

Proposed updates to security of critical infrastructure legislation
Insight 17 Nov 2020

As part of a broader strategy to strengthen the security of Australia's infrastructure, particularly cybersecurity , the Government has released exposure drafts of its Security Legislation Amendmen ...

Federal Court orders penalties against Viagogo; ACCC commences new civil proceedings; Rod Sims continues to advocate for law changes; and other developments
Insight 17 Nov 2020

Federal Court orders penalties against Viagogo and iSelect; ACCC commences new civil proceedings; Rod Sims continues to advocate for law changes; and other developments ...

Privacy Act Review – what you need to know
Insight 04 Nov 2020

We consider the key implications arising from the Attorney-General's long-awaited review of the Privacy Act - a key part of the Government's response to the ACCC's Digital Platforms Inquiry. The review seeks to strengthen privacy protections for individuals and streamline compliance for businesses working across international borders. ...

Nucleus – corporate law developments: ASIC concludes stub equity consultation; FIRB amending legislation introduced; FIRB updates guidance on tax conditions; proposal to make electronic signing and virtual meetings permanent; and other corporate law developments
Insight 02 Nov 2020

ASIC concludes position on use of stub equity in control transactions; ASX extends emergency class waivers and clarifies ability to ratify use of additional placement capacity; FIRB amending legislation introduced to Parliament; FIRB updates guidance on tax conditions; ACCC to examine competition in mobile apps; Fair Work Commission extends temporary COVID-19 flexibilities in 99 modern awards; Federal Government proposes to make electronic signing and virtual meetings permanent. ...

Allens launches legal accelerator in partnership with Collective Campus
News 02 Nov 2020

Auctus – Allens Legal Accelerator is seeking startups with solutions to two identified challenges: contract creation and management; and risk assessment and compliance. Solutions may include, but ...

Burger rivals in dispute with the lot
Insight 30 Oct 2020

McDonald's has sued Hungry Jack's in an effort to have the latter's trade mark, Big Jack, cancelled based on various grounds. Regardless of the outcome, the case is a timely reminder to use caution when employing comparative advertising against competitors. ...

The Ripple effect: unintended consequences of poor international trade mark awareness
Insight 30 Oct 2020

The Federal Court of Australia has granted an interlocutory injunction preventing Ripple from advertising in Australia under 'PayID' branding until the determination of its ongoing dispute with NPP Australia Limited. It reinforces the need to ensure your trade marks are not being infringed by international businesses advertising or offering online services to Australian customers under deceptively similar branding. ...

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