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Publication - 23 Aug 16

Changes to the Australian Consumer Law and to the ASIC Act, which commence in November 2016, extend the unfair contract term protections (previously afforded only to consumers) to small business. The extension of the regime is limited to standard form contracts (including financial services contracts) where at least one party is... Read More

News - 10 Aug 16

Following a week of calls for a boycott of the 2016 Census amid fears regarding the security of personal information to be collected online this year, no one seemed particularly surprised when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) confirmed that the system had been targeted, and ultimately disabled, by malicious... Read More

Publication - 20 Jul 16

要約 オーストラリア競争・消費者委員会(ACCC)はカルテル行為に対する初めての刑事告発を行いました。 ACCCによる審査が行われた結果、連邦検察庁(CDPP)による刑事訴追に至り、日本の世界的海運会社、日本郵船株式会社(NYK)が刑事上のカルテル行為の有罪を認めました。 これは、オーストラリアでほぼ7年前に導入されたカルテルに対する刑事罰規定が初めて使われた事例です。 Click here to read this eBulletin in English. Read More

Publication - 19 Jul 16

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has brought its first ever criminal prosecution for cartel conduct. Japanese global shipping company, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), has pleaded guilty to criminal cartel conduct following an investigation by the ACCC which resulted in criminal charges being laid by the Commonwealth Director of... Read More

News - 17 May 16

Lander & Rogers is proud to again be a partner of this year's Privacy Awareness Week. The theme this year is "Privacy in your hands" which is aimed at reinforcing the message that "organisations, agencies and individuals must be vigilant in maintaining a good understanding of their rights and responsibilities for... Read More

Publication - 17 Mar 16

The Turnbull government has announced plans to implement the most controversial recommendation of the Harper Review into competition law. Under the measure, the existing misuse of market power prohibition in the Competition and Consumer Act will be replaced with one based on an “effects test”. Read More

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