Australian Consumer Law Essay - 1006 Words | Bartleby
Consumer Law Essay | Year 12 HSC - Legal Studies | …
In this edition we look at the Federal Government’s proposed Country of Origin Labelling that may be rolled out next year; the impact on food producers of the broader reach for the health claims standard; how ACCC proceedings and a new enforcement guide will give producers and consumers a clearer understanding of what is meant by eggs labelled 'free range'; and a decision of the Western Australian Supreme Court of Appeal that examined whether a farmer of genetically modified crops owed a duty of care to prevent contamination of his organic neighbour’s land.
Australian Consumer Law « Oats and Sugar
The acting Federal Treasurer has made a determination under Australia's national access regime to not declare access to the Newcastle shipping channel. The decision is a reminder of the limits of the national access regime in challenging the pricing of infrastructure owners. Partner John Hedge and Lawyer Jessica Rusten consider the implications for the future application of the national access regime to other infrastructure facilities in light of this decision.
Australian Consumer Law | Misrepresentation | Doctrine
On 1 December 2016 the Federal Government introduced a Bill to Parliament to amend section 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth), which prohibits the misuse of market power. The Bill adopts the recommendations of the Harper Review.
Australian Consumer Law -- Chapter 11 -- Conclusion - …
Allens' submission in response to the Australian Consumer Law Review Interim Report. Although the Australian Consumer Law is generally functioning well, Allens considers that a number of provisions require amendment and clarification to ensure that the ACL meets its objectives.
Australian consumer law update: ACCC cases targeting …
The Federal Government's Competition Policy Bill, which contains its response to the Harper Review's broader recommendations on competition law and policy, will make significant changes to Australian competition laws.