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Publication - 11 Jul 19

You may have read about the UK Information Commissioner's Office (*ICO*) proposal to fine British Airways £183. 39M (AU$320M) for infringements of the European General Data Protection Regulation (*GDPR*). The ICO has also recently announced its intention to fine Marriott International £99,200,396 (AU$178M) for similar data breaches. Read More

Publication - 07 Jun 19

Businesses that supply customers with services (or goods and services together) that come with warranties against defects need to be aware of the recent amendments to the Competition and Consumer Regulations 2010 (Cth). From 9 June 2019, these businesses must include mandatory wording in their warranty documents. The new mandatory text... Read More

Publication - 12 Mar 19

Intellectual Property and Technology Partner Robert Neely and Corporate Lawyer Edward Lyons wrote the Australian section of the 2019 edition of the TerraLex Cross-border Copyright Guide. TerraLex is one of the top elite global networks of independent law firms, of which Lander & Rogers is the exclusive member for Australia. The... Read More

Publication - 17 Sep 18

The emergence of blockchain technology provides vast opportunities, including enhanced efficiency, speed, and data security. But are governments utilising these new improvements? Lander & Rogers' lawyers Robert Neely and Joshua Butler explore how the public sector can benefit from blockchains and why being an early adopter may have its advantages. Read More

Publication - 12 Sep 18

As one of the largest buyers of goods and services in Australia, a supply contract with the Commonwealth Government can be an important part of the commercial success of many private sector companies. During a recent lunch, we spoke to The Hon. Richard Marles MP, Shadow Minister for Defence, on... Read More

Publication - 28 Feb 18

The shopping experience has undergone significant changes over the last decade. These days almost everyone has a smart phone and online shopping is now common place. At a time when consumers are empowered with choice, with many ways to shop and a number of retailers to choose from, new technologies... Read More

Publication - 07 Dec 17

There is no doubt that 2017 has been a tough year for retailers, with sales remaining flat and a number of retailers having to close their doors. All of this while the spectre of Amazon's arrival has loomed large on the horizon, with many analysts and scribes positing on the... Read More

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