Lexology Articles

 

Oscar Wylee accepts $3.5m penalty for false ‘Pair for a Pair’ promises
Viagogo to pay $7m penalty for ‘industrial scale’ misrepresentations 
1300 Australia to remove unfair contract terms from its ‘phone words’ agreements.
The burgers are better with trademark protection
Court rules against Hashtag Burgers using Down-N-Out branding pending an appeal
Cheap rooms? Probably not? Trivago’s top deals are hotels which pay the most
ACCC wants transparency from Google about data practices and disclosure for location data obtained
Lorna Jane claimed its “anti-virus activewear” prevented and protected against infectious diseases.
Woolworths spam email fails on legal and marketing levels
How Google and Facebook dominate online advertising and searches 
Does Samsung have waterproof evidence that its Galaxy phones don’t leak?
A boomerang is a fake if it is not made in Australia but the label gives the impression that it was
There’s no such thing as a free bet in Australia
What must a business owner do to protect against a copycat business name?
ACCC protects consumers against false oregano labelling
Purplebricks promises no misleading advertising of fixed fees and additional services, and admits breaches of the real estate licensing law
A sweet victory for the ACCC leaves a sour taste for H.J. Heinz
Will ‘Yoga or Yogurt’ replace ‘Tea or Coffee’ on the menu for Qantas long haul flights?