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    18 2014 November

    A vehicle for unfair terms?

    The ACCC has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against CLA Trading Pty Ltd, trading as Europcar Australia (Europcar), alleging that the following terms in Europcar’s standard vehicle rental contracts are unfair and should be...

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    18 2014 November

    China changes its rule book

    In their recent Community Week article, our SJ Berwin colleagues have written about recent reforms in Chinese law that allow for private actions against government bodies for abuse of administrative power.  The article notes that...

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    15 2014 November

    The Supreme Court Goes Online with Anti-Monopoly Law Principles

    In a recent article on China Law Insight, colleagues from our Beijing office have written about the recent Supreme Court decision of Qihoo v Tencent. Susan Ning, Peng Heyue, Yang Yang, Qiu Weiqing, Sarah Eder,...

  • double jeopardy
    14 2014 November

    Double jeopardy

    Our PRC colleagues  Susan Ning, Kate Peng, Sarah Eder and Gao Sibo have written an interesting article on the approach that Chinese antitrust regulators may take to double jeopardy for international cartel conduct. Susan and her team...

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    06 2014 November

    Reebok runs into more regulator trouble

    Back in January we posted about the ACCC commencing proceedings against Reebok Australia Pty Ltd (“Reebok”).  In October the Federal Court made consent orders requiring Reebok to pay a pecuniary penalty of $350,000 and comply...

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Flickr by Cyberesque

A vehicle for unfair terms?

November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

The ACCC has instituted proceedings in the Federal Court against CLA Trading Pty Ltd, trading as Europcar Australia (Europcar), alleging that the following terms in Europcar’s standard vehicle rental contracts are unfair and should be...

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chinese police officer - enlarged

China changes its rule book

November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

In their recent Community Week article, our SJ Berwin colleagues have written about recent reforms in Chinese law that allow for private actions against government bodies for abuse of administrative power.  The article notes that...

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In a recent article on China Law Insight, colleagues from our Beijing office have written about the recent Supreme Court decision of Qihoo v Tencent. Susan Ning, Peng Heyue, Yang Yang, Qiu Weiqing, Sarah Eder,...

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double jeopardy

Double jeopardy

November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Our PRC colleagues  Susan Ning, Kate Peng, Sarah Eder and Gao Sibo have written an interesting article on the approach that Chinese antitrust regulators may take to double jeopardy for international cartel conduct. Susan and her team...

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Reebok runs into more regulator trouble

November 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Back in January we posted about the ACCC commencing proceedings against Reebok Australia Pty Ltd (“Reebok”).  In October the Federal Court made consent orders requiring Reebok to pay a pecuniary penalty of $350,000 and comply...

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Two Obeid, or not to obeid

November 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

On 30 October 2014, in an expedited full court hearing in the Federal Court, two sons of former NSW government minister Eddie Obeid argued their appeal of a decision confirming the validity of a compulsory...

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China changes its rule book

November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

In their recent Community Week article, our SJ Berwin colleagues have written about recent reforms in Chinese law that allow for private actions against government bodies for abuse of administrative...

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China changes its rule book

November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
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