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Fish food feuds and authorised trade mark use – Trident Seafoods v Trident Foods
Insight 28 Aug 2019

The ongoing fish food feud between Trident Foods Pty Ltd ( Trident ) and Trident Seafood Corporation ( TSC ) continues. Although Trident's trade mark registrations survived the initial non-use ...

Holey Moley guacamole!
Insight 28 Aug 2019

Owners of the popular Aussie mini-golf business Holey Moley Golf Club have taken NBA superstar Steph Curry's new US TV show to court for trade mark infringement, in a Happy Gilmore-esque battle for ...

Repeal of IP exemption from competition laws to take effect soon
Insight 28 Aug 2019

Section 51(3) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the CCA ), which currently exempts conditional licensing or assignment of IP rights from most of the prohibitions on anti-competitive ...

Strengthening protection of Indigenous Culture and Intellectual Property
Insight 28 Aug 2019

Art is an incredibly important part of Indigenous culture, but the protections afforded by existing intellectual property and consumer protection laws have at times proven inadequate and poorly ...

The ACCC looking to the future – what is a 'representation with respect to a future matter'?
Insight 28 Aug 2019

After losses in the Federal Court, the ACCC has now appealed decisions in cases against Kimberly-Clark and Woolworths. In both cases, the ACCC alleged (among other things) that misleading ...

No safe harbours for mortgage brokers in latest reforms
Insight 27 Aug 2019

Partner Partner Hot on the heels of its Implementation Roadmap, the Federal Government has released draft legislation introducing a best interests duty and banning conflicted remuneration for mortgage brokers. This affects not only ...

Restoring wetlands to capture carbon
Insight 26 Aug 2019

Swapping suits for gumboots and laptops for lab coats, thirteen of our people spent a day with scientists at sites in Melbourne and Sydney to investigate how mangrove restoration enhances carbon capture and storage. Aquatic ecosystems, ...

Federal Court imposes $34.5 million penalty on shipping cartel participant; ACCC commences inquiry into Murray Darling basin; and Europcar fined for excessive card surcharges
Insight 23 Aug 2019

Shipping company K-Line docked $34.5 million for cartel conduct The largest criminal fine ever awarded under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the CCA ) has been imposed on global shippi ...

What do ASIC, the British Prime Minister and AFCA have in common? Perhaps, a great deal.
Insight 20 Aug 2019

First, ASIC. As many of you will know, an application has been made to the Federal Court seeking an order to quash ASIC's first exercise of its product intervention power and a declaration that the ...

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