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Reputation in trade mark infringement: why some courts think it matters and why it should notReputation in trade mark infringement: why some courts think it matters and why it should not
This article was first published in 2010 in Vol. 38 of the Federal Law Review, at
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Contents Administrative Appeals TribunalContents Administrative Appeals Tribunal
This edition of VeRBosity contains reports on six Federal Court decisions relating to veterans’ matters handed down in the period from April to June 2000
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Chapter 13: Use and scope of section 155Chapter 13: Use and scope of section 155
Act and for use in proceedings under the Act. Section 155 has been included in the Act since its inception in 1974 and is consistent with the need for the enforcement of the Act to be supported by the availability of strong investigative
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The high court decision in commisioner of taxation V stone and its impact on sport in australiaThe high court decision in commisioner of taxation V stone and its impact on sport in australia
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Reportable case no: 343/2000 in the supreme court of appeal of south africaReportable case no: 343/2000 in the supreme court of appeal of south africa
Summary: Income Tax whether income accruing to the appellant was "from a source within the Republic" in terms of the definition of "gross income" in sec 1 of the Income Tax Act principles applicable
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Mortimer j: Chief Justice, I have the honour to announce that I have received a commission from her Excellency the Governor-General appointing me a judge of the Federal Court of Australia. I now present my commission
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Robert frenchRobert french
I am no historian. But all who were here at that time have in common some remembrance of the changing many-windowed history which shaped our world views. What we did and experienced at the University in that time, is part of its history
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The Federal and State Courts on Constitutional Law – The 2011 Term Justice Alan Robertson, Federal Court of AustraliaThe Federal and State Courts on Constitutional Law – The 2011 Term Justice Alan Robertson, Federal Court of Australia
My task is to review the decisions of the Federal and State Courts in the field of federal constitutional law for the 2011 term and to identify some of the prevalent issues. I have included the Family Court of Australia and the Territory
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Bending Words: The Fine Art of Interpretation University of Western Australia, Faculty of Law, Guest Lecture SeriesBending Words: The Fine Art of Interpretation University of Western Australia, Faculty of Law, Guest Lecture Series
Statutes enacted under the legislative power of Commonwealth, State or Territory Parliaments take their place in a common law environment and tradition which informs the way in which they are interpreted
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Australasian Law Teachers\Australasian Law Teachers' Association Conference Legal Education in Australia – a never Ending Story Chief Justice Robert French ac
Related to that discussion are concerns about the effect of legal education upon law students. An incidental and important question is the extent to which the diversity of law jobs makes generalisations about the desirable outcomes of legal education
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The Tax Institute\The Tax Institute's 27th National Convention dg hill Memorial Lecture Tax and the Constitution
In the event, the taxpayer failed on the rather pedestrian ground that it had not adduced enough evidence to show that chairs in issue in the proceedings were of a kind ordinarily used for household purposes
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Federal court of australia mission Accomplished? A perspective onFederal court of australia mission Accomplished? A perspective on
I am facing the dilemma of either causing the motor company to declare a dividend and thus visit me and my fellow shareholders with a massive personal tax liability or not do so and so see the company incur a massive tax liability in respect of
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The honourable justice marshall presiding judges: the honourable james allsop ao, chief justiceThe honourable justice marshall presiding judges: the honourable james allsop ao, chief justice
Judges, Chief Magistrate Rinaudo, former Commonwealth Attorneys, The Honourable Michael Duffy, and The Honourable Mark Dreyfus, The Honourable Senator Conroy, State Attorney The Honourable Martin Pakula, State Treasurer, The Honourable Tim
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Background, History, and MeaningBackground, History, and Meaning
U. S. C. § 108 specifically. Section 108 allows libraries and archives to engage in the limited, unauthorized, reproduction and distribution of copyrighted works. This paper reviews the history of section 108, its meaning
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Short particulars of cases appeals commencing tuesday, 10 june 2014Short particulars of cases appeals commencing tuesday, 10 june 2014
Section 93X of the Crimes Act 1900 (nsw) (“the Act”) creates an offence of consorting. The offence is committed where a person consorts with two or more convicted offenders on two or more occasions
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