Millers Aust Comp & Cons Law Annotated 41 e 2019

Millers Aust Comp & Cons Law Annotated 41 e 2019

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Forthcoming Release, 20/02/2019

Code: 9780455501369

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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Miller's provides the full text of the Competition and Consumer Act with Russell Miller's expert insight into how its sections operate.

This 41st  edition of Miller is your essential resource for keeping pace with legislative and case law developments in competition and consumer Law. Businesses and advisers need to come to grips with the Competition and Consumer Act as it impacts on various aspects of day to day corporate activity.

Practitioners and businesess will benefit from the updated legislation in this 41st edition, and from Russell Miller's annotation commentary at provision level guiding readers through the meaning of the law with the benefit of judicial interpreataion of the provisions of the Act. The book also contains related regulations and materials.

 

This edition contains a refresh of many of the annotations following a complete review of the book in 2018 and includes:

  • Full Federal Court decision in ACCC v Pfizer Australia Pty Ltd [2018] FCAFC 78, with implications for the new s 46.
  • Increased penalties for consumer breaches introduced by the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No 3) Act 2018 (Cth).
  • Full court clarification of what a ‘system of conduct’ requires for unconscionable conduct in Unique International College Pty Ltd v ACCC [2018] FCAFC 155.
  • Update of the principles for the application of ACL s 18.
  • Full Federal Court view in Aldi v Moroccanoil [2018] FCAFC 93 on misleading labels.
  • The bank unconscionable conduct case – ASIC v CBA [2018] FCA 941.
  • Clarification and strengthening of the consumer protections associated with consumer guarantees, unsolicited consumer agreements, product safety, false billing, unconscionable conduct, pricing and unfair contract terms by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Australian Consumer Law Review) Act 2018  (Cth).

 

 

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