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Australia: Best trade mark cases in Australia and New Zealand for 2017 - Shelston IP

The article includes a link to Shelston IP's selection of key trade mark cases in Australia and New Zealand for 2017.

Australia: Calculating and comparing Retirement Village contracts made easier! - Coleman Greig Lawyers

NSW Fair Trading's new online calculator assists individuals to calculate and compare retirement village contract costs.

Australia: Green Bonds Series: Part One - Why are Green Bonds the hottest thing in debt capital markets right now? - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

A green bond is a debt financing instrument, where the proceeds are to be used to fund climate change projects.

Australia: Immigration News - 19 February 2018 - Holding Redlich

This newsletter includes summaries to recent legislative and other developments relating to immigration in Australia.

Australia: Supreme Court upholds decision that native title is not an obstacle to the grant of leases - Holding Redlich

The decision will enable the State government to issue leases over land in the Torres Strait and Aboriginal communities.

Australia: Ease up! NSW Court of Appeal rejects attempted extension of accepted principles when assessing the legality of a residential easement. - Carroll & O'Dea

The court considered whether an easement over residential land for standing, parking or garaging vehicles was invalid.

Australia: High Court allows personal payment orders for breaches of the Fair Work Act - Corrs Chambers Westgarth

This decision has the potential to place considerable pressure on union officials engaging in repeated unlawful conduct.

Australia: E-Alert: Paying the price for employee mistakes – The importance of properly defining employee roles and acceptable behaviours - Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers

Employers could be vicariously liable when an employee, in the scope of their employment, causes harm to another.

Australia: Commonwealth Games successfully registers Borobi trade mark in a race to the finish - McCullough Robertson

The trade mark is now registered, less than two months before the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games is due to commence.

Australia: Cyber Breach Reporting In Australia: The New Normal - Dentons

Until now, Australia did not have a mandatory data breach notification requirement. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) simply encouraged entities to notify it of data breaches..

Australia: QWIK QITC Series: Dealing with intellectual property rights (IPR) in QITC contracts - Holding Redlich

In this edition, we consider the manner in which Government organisations deal with IPR in QITC contract documents.

Australia: High Court confirms the Federal Court power to stop unions paying fines of union officials - Holding Redlich

Courts can impose orders on union officials to pay fines personally, rather than have the union pay them on their behalf.

Australia: Documenting Chain of Responsibility compliance – is it important? - Holding Redlich

Documenting, or 'seen to be doing', or able to demonstrate that you have done something, is just as important as 'doing'.

Australia: A win for retail landlords – VCAT opinion narrows the application of the Retail Leases Act - Holding Redlich

The more noteworthy comments from the William Buck VCAT decision are those relating to late exit from the RLA regime.

Australia: Post Valentines Day blues for married couples - HHG Legal Group

Trial separations could allow couples to take a step back to reflect, contemplate, and to come to a mutual resolution.

Australia: The top five mistakes employers make when terminating employment: No.1 - Giving inadequate notice - Swaab Attorneys

When dismissing a full-time or part-time employee, the Fair Work Act provides for a mandatory minimum period of notice.

Australia: LimeLight Issue No. 84: Personal payment orders - Gilchrist Connell

Courts have power under section 546(1) of the Fair Work Act 2009 to order a party to personally pay a pecuniary penalty.

Australia: Reliable power at a reasonable price - McCullough Robertson

While Australia's energy mix may be a policy decision, what everyone really needs is reliability at a reasonable price.

Australia: Customs fraud – Are you at risk? - Hunt & Hunt

The risks around customs fraud can extend to purchasers who were not the importer of record or involved in the fraud.

Australia: Compulsory divesting of shares under a deed of company arrangement - BRI Ferrier

Divesting shares for no consideration under a DOCA does appear to be a drastic measure for a deed administrator to adopt.

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