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Defence bid to control uncontrolled technology fails, for now

22.05.19

3D printers, memory devices – you would be excused for thinking that these were pretty standard products these days. But this is not necessarily the case, as the continuing debate about the dividing line between “benign” and “malign” goods, and the people who trade in them, tell us.

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Between Rokt and a hard place

21.12.18

The Australian start-up Rokt Pte Ltd (Rokt), now a global marketing technology force, has succeeded in its Federal Court appeal against IP Australia.

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Information security – make your own rules

11.12.18

Reports last week about the hacking of the political think-tank Lowy Institute and of the question-and-answer website Quora were met with different responses by the affected parties.

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WTO members obliged to find new ways to resolve disputes

22.11.18

Moulis Legal partner director Daniel Moulis has concluded his presentation to the SAWTR/FICCI Annual Conference on International Trade here in New Delhi by saying: … if the GATT and WTO Agreements are not suited to present attitudes, trading partners have an obligation of honesty and compromise to find new ways to regulate and new ways to resolve their disputes.

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Moulis Legal appoints new senior associate

03.09.18

Moulis Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Sandy Zhang, a senior associate in our Brisbane Office. Partner Director, Shaun Creighton, commented: Sandy’s experience and expertise is an ideal fit for Moulis Legal and our clients.

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When terminating for an insolvency event is no longer an option

16.05.18

Following the implementation of the Safe Harbour protections introduced last September, new changes to the Corporations Act 2001 come into force on 1 July 2018, significantly limiting the ability of parties to rely on insolvency as a means to terminate a contract.

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