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What's the difference between the labels, 'use by' and 'best before' on food items?

Filed under: Marketing & Advertising, Administrative Law

Have you ever read food labels and thought to yourself, ‘is all the information that should be on the label, actually there’? Have you also wondered, what’s...

European Court finds stem cells unpatentable where the process includes the destruction of a human embryo

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Marketing & Advertising

In October 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union in Brüstle v Greenpeace e.V (Case C 34/10) prohibited the issuing of patents for stem cells...


Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Trade & Customs, Product Safety, Intellectual Property, Marketing & Advertising

This year we attended both the Pharmaceutical Anti-Counterfeiting conference in Singapore in September, and the Pharmaceutical Trade Mark Group conference...

Consumer Protection Laws and You: Why Goods have to be of an Acceptable Quality

Filed under: Competition & Trade Regulation, Marketing & Advertising

In a consumer driven society, most Australians will involve themselves in trade and commerce in some form on a daily basis. Some of us might end up purchasing...

The Lowdown on the Double Down Burger: Food Labelling Laws in Australia

Filed under: Marketing & Advertising

Are there any labelling laws that food outlets need to comply with in displaying the kilojoule content of food?

Is your Business Protected?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, Marketing & Advertising

If you are starting up a business, it is important to consider what intellectual property your business has, or is likely to develop, and what you might...

Photographing your way through an Intellectual Property Minefield

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Sports, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Privacy & Surveillance, Marketing & Advertising

We have put together some useful tips relevant to both professional and amateur photographers on your rights, and also some legal restrictions to keep...

Social Networking for Organisations

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Divorce, Employment Law - Worker Perspective, Employment Law - Employer Perspective, OHS, Workplace Privacy, Industrial Relations, Redundancy, Unfair Dismissal, IT, Entertainment, Sports, Leisure, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Marketing & Advertising

Twitter, Myspace, Youtube and Facebook have all become household names and whether you like it or not, the employees in your organisation are participating...

New Media Framework for Australia

Filed under: Entertainment, Intellectual Property, Media Law, Marketing & Advertising

Last month, the Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, announced significant media reform.

Award winning web sites

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, IT, Telecommunications, Marketing & Advertising

FindLaw announced the start of the 2006 FindLaw Web Site Awards last month. So what makes up an award winning legal web site? I thought it an opportune...


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