Australian consumer law solutions

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Complying with competition and consumer law

Every business operating in Australia needs to comply with the Australian Competition and Consumer Law. Its rules and regulations are complex and far-reaching, yet compliance is strictly monitored. We can help ensure your business is always on the right side and mitigate the risks of non-compliance, which may not just impact you financially, but also reputationally.

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How we help you

Our experienced team provides advice on all areas of the Australian Competition and Consumer Law including:

  • Whether your business complies with the Australian Consumer Law
  • Misleading and deceptive conduct
  • Product safety issues
  • Compliance with the warranty against defects regulations
  • Limitation of liability clauses
  • Advice on unfair contract terms
  • Comparative advertising advice including defences that may apply to Trade Mark Infringement
  • Drafting express warranties
  • Third line forcing, price maintenance and exclusive dealing exemptions and authorisation.
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Does the law apply to me?

The Australian Competition and Consumer Law sets down rules and regulations for business and trading practices, product safety obligations, third line forcing, price maintenance, consumer guarantees and the conduct of business-to-consumer transactions, including (unfair) consumer contracts.

It introduces a set of consumer guarantees that apply to all consumer transactions regardless of express warranties and sets down regulations for warranties against defects. These rules and regulations automatically apply to all businesses and apply throughout Australia.

So, if you are in business in Australia. these laws will apply to you and your business.

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Plan your next move

Got questions? Call us today to discuss your needs.

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Don’t wait any longer to get the right advice

All of our lawyers are highly specialised and experienced in their area of law
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