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Millers Australian Competition & Consumer Law Annotated 35th Edition

by: Russell V Miller

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Publisher: Thomson Reuters,19.02.13

Category: LAW - Business & Corporate Level:

ISBN: 0455231206
ISBN13: 9780455231204

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This is a prescribed text for CLAW2205 at the University of Sydney for Semester One, 2013.

Professionals rely on Miller's for the full text of the updated Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (formerly the Trade Practices Act) and for Russell V Miller's expert insight into how its sections operate.

Now, more than 30 years after the book first published, businesses and advisers continue to need to understand how the legislation impacts on various aspects of day to day corporate activity. To do so, practitioners and businesses will benefit from the updated legislation in this 35th edition, and from Russell Miller's annotation commentary at provision level, guiding readers through the meaning of the law with the benefit of judicial interpretation of the provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act.

Miller 35th edition will provide the legislation consolidated for all 2012 amendments, and address all the key cases handed down in 2012. Developments include:


  Telecommunication and energy consumer protection cases - Singtel Optus, Apple 4G ipad and Energywatch cases


  Australian Consumer Law cases - Google, Loyola v Cryeng, MSY Technology, Haros v Linfox cases


  Competition cases - Technology leasing


  Wide ranging legislation amendments range, addressing access arrangements...