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Publication - 05 Jul 19

It has been a busy year so far for the ACCC, with a large number of proceedings filed, merger clearance decisions made, and judgments handed down by the Court on competition and consumer law actions. Partner Johnathan Quilty, and Lawyers Luke Callaghan and Adam Conti report on some of the key... Read More

Publication - 15 Mar 19

At his annual CEDA address on 26 February 2019, ACCC Chair Rod Sims launched the 2019 Compliance and Enforcement Policy announcing the ACCC's key focus areas for the year. Partners Johnathan Quilty and Greg McKenzie, and Lawyer Luke Callaghan report on the highlights of the announcement and how they may impact... Read More

Publication - 09 Aug 18

On 1 August 2018, the Minister for Sport, Bridget McKenzie, launched Sport Australia's (the Australian Sports Commission) first ever national sport plan, Sport 2030. The report speaks at a high level about the future and pathway of the Australian sporting landscape in order to deliver its key and ambitious goal... Read More

Publication - 30 Nov 17

In a decision that offers significant learnings for any organisation operating an internal complaints resolution service, the District Court of NSW has concluded that by initiating a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), homeowner Ms Imielska consented to FOS's investigation and consideration of her complaint and was therefore contractually prevented... Read More

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