• 'natural' claims
    13 2019 June

    It’s only natural: TGA guidelines on ‘natural’ claims in therapeutic goods advertising

    The Therapeutic Goods Administration has published helpful guidance on use of the term ‘natural’ and related claims when advertising therapeutic goods to the public. After considerable public and targeted consultation, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)...

  • 24 2019 May

    New Zealand joins the criminal cartel club

    After years of gestation, New Zealand law now provides criminal penalties for serious cartel conduct, in a similar form to Australia’s laws that are about to experience their tenth birthday....

  • 23 2019 May

    UPdate on the IP exemption repeal

    Last week, King & Wood Mallesons attended the annual conference of the Licensing Executives Society Australia & New Zealand to hear Parnos Munyard, the ACCC’s Director of Advocacy & Law Reform, discuss the repeal of...

  • TPG and Vodafone merger
    17 2019 May

    ACCC hangs up on proposed TPG and Vodafone merger

    After more than seven months of review, the ACCC announced its opposition to the $15 billion proposed merger between Vodafone Hutchinson Australia Pty Ltd and TPG Telecom Limited. The ACCC’s decision is based on...

  • 09 2019 May

    AP Eagers road tests the new merger authorisation process

    AP Eagers is the first to take the ACCC’s new merger authorisation process out for a spin. Authorisation is by far the road less travelled. What points will AP Eagers need to drive home to...

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The Therapeutic Goods Administration has published helpful guidance on use of the term ‘natural’ and related claims when advertising therapeutic goods to the public. After considerable public and targeted consultation, the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)...

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New Zealand joins the criminal cartel club

May 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

After years of gestation, New Zealand law now provides criminal penalties for serious cartel conduct, in a similar form to Australia’s laws that are about to experience their tenth birthday....

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UPdate on the IP exemption repeal

May 23, 2019 | 0 Comments

Last week, King & Wood Mallesons attended the annual conference of the Licensing Executives Society Australia & New Zealand to hear Parnos Munyard, the ACCC’s Director of Advocacy & Law Reform, discuss the repeal of...

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After more than seven months of review, the ACCC announced its opposition to the $15 billion proposed merger between Vodafone Hutchinson Australia Pty Ltd and TPG Telecom Limited. The ACCC’s decision is based on...

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AP Eagers is the first to take the ACCC’s new merger authorisation process out for a spin. Authorisation is by far the road less travelled. What points will AP Eagers need to drive home to...

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The ACCC’s announcement that it has signed a cooperation agreement with the FBI signals its increasingly proactive approach to criminal cartel investigations...

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'natural' claims

It’s only natural: TGA guidelines on ‘natural’ claims in therapeutic goods advertising

June 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Therapeutic Goods Administration has published helpful guidance on use of the term ‘natural’ and related claims when advertising therapeutic goods to the public. After considerable public and targeted consultation,...

Read More →

New Zealand joins the criminal cartel club

May 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

UPdate on the IP exemption repeal

May 23, 2019 | 0 Comments