Dealing with a dispute in business can be time-consuming, complicated and stressful. ​ ​Working with the Sutton Laurenc…

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Dealing with a dispute in business can be time-consuming, complicated and stressful. ​ ​Working with the Sutton Laurence King team on any disputes or litigation issues you’ll receive clear advice and guidance whether it’s a simple or complex matter. ​ ​We have extensive experience in the Magistrates Court, County Court,

How well did ADF Legal Officers in Afghanistan perform their task? And the right to silence a focus in High Court decision

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Justice Brereton’s report into alleged war crimes by our special forces in Afghanistan is triggering a lot of discussion around failures in lines of accountability. It raises questions about on-the-ground Australian Defence Force lawyers, the very people who are meant to be experts in the Laws of War. And the

Whether you’re a borrower or lender, our team provides advice on the most effective way to navigate the commercial and l…

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Whether you’re a borrower or lender, our team provides advice on the most effective way to navigate the commercial and legal risks involved in financial transactions. Our expertise covers Securities, Asset Financing, Debt Restructuring, Compliance and Regulatory Advice, Lending Facilities and Mortgage Documentation. If these are areas you require legal

Whether you’re a borrower or lender, our team provides advice on the most effective way to navigate the commercial and l…

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Whether you’re a borrower or lender, our team provides advice on the most effective way to navigate the commercial and legal risks involved in financial transactions. Our expertise covers Securities, Asset Financing, Debt Restructuring, Compliance and Regulatory Advice, Lending Facilities and Mortgage Documentation.

If you’re selling or purchasing a property, the details are important because mistakes can be costly. Our team are exper…

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If you’re selling or purchasing a property, the details are important because mistakes can be costly. Our team are experienced, efficient property law professionals whose aim is to make your conveyancing transaction hassle-free. ​Get in touch with our team to find out how we can assist you with your business’

Australia aligns with the U.S. and EU by adopting ‘exhaustion of rights’ doctrine

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Liz Bodey

The High Court of Australia’s recent decision Calidad Pty Ltd v Seiko Epson Corporation [2020] HCA 41 (Calidad) has more closely aligned Australian patent law with its U.S. and European counterparts. Key takeaways from this decision are:

the ‘doctrine of exhaustion of rights’ has replaced the ‘implied licence doctrine’;a patent

Recycled print cartridges don’t infringe patents says High Court. Also, reforms to responsible lending laws

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The High Court of Australia rules that a company that buys used empty computer print cartridges, refills them with ink and sells them to consumers is not infringing the patents of the original manufacturer. Protecting Consumers vs Streamlining Access to Credit. With the aim of getting the economy moving and

Pioneering innovative legal solutions is intrinsic to our firm. Sutton Laurence King Lawyers endeavour to ensure the mo…

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Pioneering innovative legal solutions is intrinsic to our firm. Sutton Laurence King Lawyers endeavour to ensure the most prosperous of legal outcomes for your circumstances – whilst simplifying complex legal jargon for you to fully comprehend. From property conveyancing to criminal concerns, our experienced legal team have the capacity to

4 things to know about property development option agreements

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Property development options are an increasingly popular way to buy real estate in Australia. That’s because they can help you get your foot in the door of a great development opportunity when you might not necessarily have all the funds in place.

But what exactly are property development options? And

How has the pandemic changed your daily operations? ​ ​With significant changes in law, legislation and circumstances su…

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How has the pandemic changed your daily operations? ​ ​With significant changes in law, legislation and circumstances surrounding your business and personal life, Sutton Laurence KIng Lawyers are here to help you stay ahead of the curve. ​ ​If your operations have changed and you are unsure how to proceed

Brexit and .EU Domain Names – A warning for UK registrants

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Liz Bodey

Despite the UK having officially left the European Union on 31 January 2020, the Brexit transition period has been in place maintaining the status quo until 31 December 2020. However, with the end of transition period just around the corner, there are a number of important factors for businesses to

​Located in Melbourne’s CBD, our boutique law firm brings together a team of lawyers with experience at leading Australi…

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​Located in Melbourne’s CBD, our boutique law firm brings together a team of lawyers with experience at leading Australian law firms. ​ ​The team are pioneers at assessing a variety of dissimilar situations that appertain to your business or personal lifestyle – ensuring a comprehensible and equitable outcome.

Don’t mess with Ferrari: the Prancing Horse legal drama

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Liz Bodey

Use of Ferrari’s trade mark in a fashion show or on social media requires consent. This is the lesson we assume Philipp Plein has recently learnt following a couple of legal defeats before the Italian Courts that ruled in favour of Ferrari.

In a ruling issued by the Court of

UK Advertising Regulator makes first ever ruling on disclosures required for commercial marketing via a TikTok video

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Liz Bodey

A TikTok post on an Emily Canham’s account, a beauty blogger and YouTube star, is the first TikTok video found to be in breach of the Advertising Standards Authority’s (ASA) requirement for disclosure in the UK (see here).

The post, which featured a video of Emily Canham using a branded

What an awful racket… Acoustic product trade mark case provides opportunity for brands being piggy-backed to drive search traffic

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Liz Bodey

An interesting recent decision by the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) on an unusual set of facts may provide an opportunity for brand owners to prevent unauthorised third parties from piggy-backing off a trade mark to drive traffic to their competing sites or product offerings. Uniquely, this has been found

NT police officer to stand trial for shooting death. And the COVID legal responses helping businesses from going under

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An Alice Springs local court judge has ruled that Constable Zachary Rolfe will face a murder trial for the death of 19 year old Yuendumu man, Kumanjayi Walker. In a separate development, a NSW coroner referred a death involving corrective services officers to prosecutors. And with restrictions easing and some