Background The world we live in today, has seen an increase in the use of digital records and assets. Most people now possess items stored on their electronic devices or on third-party servers. … [Read more...] about Fitting the concept of digital records within estate planning
Parties, usually have recourse to a contract with the aim of avoiding as much as possible litigation in the future. A head of agreement is an example of a contract commonly used by parties as a … [Read more...] about ASSK Investments Pty Limited v AMA Group Limited: Highlight of the binding effect of a Head of Agreement when inadequately drafted
Recently, the largest deal in luxury has made the headlines. This is especially so after the announcement that LVMH’s plan to buyout New York’s jeweler, Tiffany & Co, is back on the cards. The … [Read more...] about Buyouts where oppression claims do not get in the way: a quixotic concept?
Under the Patents Act 1990 (Cth), a patentee (a person who holds a patent over a product) will usually have the exclusive rights to exploit an invention through making, hiring, selling or otherwise … [Read more...] about Calidad Pty Ltd v Seiko Epson Corporation  HCA 41 (12 November 2020): The High Court’s effort to harmonise the rights of the patentee with those of the owner of a patented product
As some recreational activities are inherently risky, business owners will essentially seek to limit their liability if not exclude it all together in relation to any hazards to which participants at … [Read more...] about Will a risk warning always protect from liability owners of businesses involving recreational activities? Some judicial guidance from the case of Castle v Perisher Blue Pty Limited  NSWSC 1652 (20 November 2020)
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