Trade Practices (Competition and Consumer Protection) Law
Trade Practices (Competition and Consumer Protection) Law - Griffith Hack
|Australian Competition law (anti-trust) and consumer protection law is defined and regulated by a series of inter-related statutory enactments, the most important of which is the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth).|
Our commercial lawyers are adept in ensuring that trade practices (competition law) issues are identified and resolved early in the negotiation of commercial agreements. They also hold extensive expertise in negotiating with the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) which is the governmental body responsible for implementation and enforcement of trade practices laws in Australia.
As IP specialists, we are also keenly aware that brand protection involves close scrutiny of competitor and as such, our lawyers are skilled in litigation arising out of the consumer protection provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act. We have undertaken extensive advertising and marketing review and clearance programmes for clients in a wide variety of business and industry sectors and our lawyers have particular experience in dealing with comparative advertising disputes.
The experience of our lawyers in relation to Trade Practices (competition and consumer) law extends to:
|Please contact one of our lawyer Principals listed on the right for further advice.|
|Click here for the Trade Practices (competition and consumer protection) Law Brochure|
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