Cyber insurance for notifiable data breaches scheme by Greg Ross. Read The Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme – Cyber Insurance
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A brief guide on sustainable procurement business cases by Greg Ross.
Public Works and Procurement Amendment (Enforcement) Act 1918 – Reform or Clayton’s Reform of Government Procurement?
Greg Ross provides his views on the amendment of Commonwealth government procurements
Asia IP Magazine Gregory Ross and Christina Cavallaro provide their views on the implications of a significant trademark infringement case in Australia.
On 1 March 2017 the Retail Leases Amendment (Review) Act 2017 No 2 (NSW) (“amending legislation”) received Royal Assent. These significant amendments to the Retail Leases Act 1994 (NSW) (“Act”) will commence on 1 July 2017. The amending legislation will introduce key reforms which will impact both lessors and lessees of retail premises in New
Australian Restructuring Insolvency & Turnaround Association (ARITA) Journal Co-authored by Christina Cavallaro, Senior Associate at Eakin McCaffery Cox Lawyers and Nicholas Simpson, Sydney barrister. This article discusses the recent Court of Appeal decision of Sydney Recycling Park Pty Ltd v Cardinal Group Pty Ltd (in liquidation)  NSWCA 329 and explores the issue of bringing
Law Society Journal Co-authored by Christina Cavallaro, Senior Associate at Eakin McCaffery Cox Lawyers and Nicholas Simpson, Sydney barrister. The article examines the recent decision of Berryman v Zurich Australia Ltd  WASC 196 which considered whether a benefit payable pursuant to a bankrupt’s disability insurance policy was divisible amongst his or her creditors and,
The July 2016 decision by High Court of Australia’s (HCA) in Paciocco v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited  HCA 28 (27 July 2016) (http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/cth/HCA/2016/28.html), will hopefully end the tortuous litigious path of issues relating to whether certain bank fees do or do not amount to unenforceable contractual penalties. In a majority decision,
Asia IP Magazine Gregory Ross and Christina Cavallaro address the key problems that arise for intellectual property owners in the event of insolvency.
It is with great pleasure, Eakin McCaffery Cox announces the promotion of Peter Aked to the role of Equity Partner, effective 1 April 2016. Peter joined the firm, in the role of Associate, in June 2008. Peter was promoted to Salaried Partner in March 2012. Peter practises in the Corporate – Commercial Group and has
The 3 December 2014, decision of the High Court of Australia in CANTARELLA BROS PTY LIMITED v MODENA TRADING PTY LIMITED  HCA 48 may raise interesting implications for trademarks involving words borrowed from other languages, particularly where those words relate to issues of quality. In the case, Cantarella, an importer of coffee to Australia