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Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Loan market participants should be ready as FCA (UK) announced it will not compel banks to submit to LIBOR after 2021.
Marque Lawyers
The wine trade mark infringement was so blatant that the company had no reasonable prospects of defending the claim.
Holding Redlich
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Australia and Hong Kong have signed the Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement and its associated Investment Agreement.
Madgwicks
It is important to understand basic concepts of defamation in Australia to ensure you do not breach legal requirements.
K&L Gates
The parallel importer competes with the registered trade mark owner and its authorised distributors to sell the products in Australia.
Cooper Grace Ward
These new rules are part of the ‘Black Economy Package' for combatting illicit tobacco, but will apply more broadly.
Bryks Lawyers
The amendments to the Trade Marks Act 1995 are designed to help increase genuine parallel importation and competition.
Spruson & Ferguson
This change opens up technology imports to negotiation without mandatory restrictions which protected Chinese entities.
Holding Redlich
Notwithstanding this announcement, most major wind turbine components will likely continue to be imported from overseas.
McCullough Robertson
Australia is well-positioned to increase its exports of both thermal coal and coking coal over the next two decades.
Hazelbrook Legal
The IA-CEPA, a landmark agreement recently signed between Australia and Indonesia, offers significant trade benefits.
Cooper Grace Ward
GST is payable on taxable supplies and taxable importations, and in some cases, one transaction can constitute both.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Different weapons have been used by the US in international trade war between the US and a range of its trading partners.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The EU wants NZ to recognize and protect a list of names for wine, spirits and other products protected in the EU as GIs.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The High Court clarified the range of people who could be considered to possess power or authority in relation to goods.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This episode examines China's significant investment in infrastructure, with the unprecedented Belt and Road initiative.
Holding Redlich
France, Australia and other players of the Pacific region have strategic interests in France retaining New Caledonia.
Cooper Grace Ward
Liability for dutiable goods is not limited to the warehouse licence holder and may extend to directors and employees.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Investor-State Arbitration: treaties, legal frameworks, recent changes , case trends, funding, tribunals & courts etc.
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Cooper Grace Ward
These new rules are part of the ‘Black Economy Package' for combatting illicit tobacco, but will apply more broadly.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Loan market participants should be ready as FCA (UK) announced it will not compel banks to submit to LIBOR after 2021.
Marque Lawyers
The wine trade mark infringement was so blatant that the company had no reasonable prospects of defending the claim.
Carroll & O'Dea
This article highlights some of the issues in the enforceability of breaches of NDAs across US or Australian borders.
K&L Gates
The parallel importer competes with the registered trade mark owner and its authorised distributors to sell the products in Australia.
Holding Redlich
Notwithstanding this announcement, most major wind turbine components will likely continue to be imported from overseas.
Bryks Lawyers
The amendments to the Trade Marks Act 1995 are designed to help increase genuine parallel importation and competition.
Holding Redlich
It could be another great year for overseas investment in Australia, with increasing interest from overseas businesses.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Australia and Hong Kong have signed the Australia-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement and its associated Investment Agreement.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The EU wants NZ to recognize and protect a list of names for wine, spirits and other products protected in the EU as GIs.
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