This month's feature article comes from our intellectual property team: Removal of trade mark granted on the basis of "non-use" (even if mark is in use): Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America. Also this month we bring you articles on retention of title as a security interest, corporate advisory, construction and engineering, property law, energy and resources, and commercial litigation.

We welcome all media enquiries and feedback about our articles, as well as any suggestions you may have for topics you would like to see covered in future editions.

Until next month,
 

Dan Brush                     
Special Counsel               
  

Property

Real estate agents' obligations affected by legislative changes
Foreign resident capital gains withholding regime
Relocation and demolition clauses: how small business traders can minimise disruption
  

Construction and engineering

Adjudication determinations - a new era in challenges?
 

Energy and resources

Nuclear power under consideration by South Australian government
  

Corporate advisory

New tax incentives for start-up investors
 

Restructuring and insolvency

Retention of title as a security interest under the Personal Property Securities Act
  

Commercial litigation

Open Courts Act 2013 (Vic) and suppression orders
 

Intellectual property

Removal of trade mark granted on the basis of "non-use" (even if mark is in use): Lodestar Anstalt v Campari America
 
 
 

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