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22September 2016

Commercial Confidence SPRING 2016

From the Corner Office Welcome to our Kaden Boriss Legal Commercial Newsletter for Spring 2016. In this edition, our commercial law team has written articles about a variety of specialist legal practice areas including commercial and corporate law. We hope you...

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15September 2016

Advertisements as “Commercial Speech”

Nikita Sayam, Associate Advocate, Kaden Boriss Legal, New Delhi NCR

The Supreme Court of India has held that advertisements, regarded as commercial speech, form part of the fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression recognised under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India.1 As advertising is one of the...

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11September 2016

Property and Planning Law: Planning Reform Queensland

by Lex Orange, Partner and Kateland Mostert, Trainee Solicitor

The new Planning Act 2016 (the Act) is expected to commence in mid 2017, establishing a state-wide framework and overarching policy for land use planning, and replacing the Sustainable Planning Act 2009. The Palaszczuk Government has made sustainable development a...

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08September 2016

Property and Planning Law: Transferrable Development Rights Impact Customs House

by Andrew Bautovich, Senior Associate

Recently, Judge William Everson rejected the University of Queensland’s (UQ) application in the Planning and Environment Court of Queensland, relating to CBUS Property’s (CBUS) $375 million high density, multi-unit residential building opposite heritage-listed Customs House in Queen Street. The high profile...

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08September 2016

Intellectual Property Law: Trademark Removal For Non-Use

by Roland O’Regan, Partner

Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith has been successful in a trade mark dispute between his brand OzEmite, and family owned brand AussieMite, which have competed in the Australian marketplace since 2012. Mr. Smith lodged a trade mark application for the mark OzEmite...

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07September 2016

* Commercial Law: RideShare Update— Legalising Uber

by Jamie McPherson, Partner

The personalised transport sector is embracing new technologies and models. The most obvious illustration of this is Uber, who have faced a significant struggle breaking in to the market. With over 700 fined issued since the crackdown in April, Queensland...

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