Heres How to Run a Trial Without Being a Lawyer

Ever wondered how a student might get to feel what it’s like to run a trial, without having to get a law degree first?  The answer, of course, is through participating in Mock Trials at school! In Western Australia, the Law …

Beware of the Comments Made to Your Social Media Posting

THE VOLLER CASE The recent case of Voller v Nationwide News Pty Ltd; Voller v Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd; Voller v Australian News Channel Pty Ltd [2019] NSWSC 766 in the Supreme Court of New South Wales has held that media companies …

Social Media and the Law (and Scary Legal Jargon Demystified)

The world is changing and the online world in particular grows and changes shape by the day. From social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Tumblr, to blogs and other online media, do the old-world legal issues still apply …

Changes to Australian Consumer Law and Gift Card Expiry Dates

In the midst of tumultuous times for Australian parliament recently, you may have missed the far-reaching changes which were introduced to the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) and Australian Securities and Investment Commission Act 2001 (ASIC Act) on 18 October 2018, to clarify and strengthen consumer protections …

UGGH… Booted Over False “Australian Made” Representations

Ozwear Connection (Ozwear) has been issued with two infringement notices and been slapped with $25,200 in penalties by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for misleading consumers by making false country of origin representations about their “Classic Ugg” footwear. Ozwear …

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