Top 3 must-read articles for retailers

Top 3 must-read articles for retailers!

We know how important your business is to you – after all, your business is our business!  To help protect your business, we’ve put together our top 3 “must-read” articles for retail business own...
Top 3 tips for running a sales promotion (legally)

Top 3 tips for running a sales promotion (legally)

Retailers and businesses need to be quick when it comes to planning and executing sales promotions in a fast paced consumer goods market.  However, it is important to take the time to consider wh...
Are your marketing slogans misleading?

Are your marketing slogans misleading?

Many consumers are enticed by quick-fix weight loss programs – especially when they are advertised at affordable prices such as Jenny Craig’s “Lose 10kg for $10” advertisements. However, the ACCC has...
Marketing or misleading?

Marketing or misleading?

The ACCC has commenced proceedings against domain registration companies, Domain Name Corp Pty Ltd and Domain Name Agency Pty Ltd (also trading as Domain Name Register) for alleged misleading and dece...
Always qualify your ‘no refunds’ statements

Always qualify your ‘no refunds’ statements

As a retail-specialised lawyer, I’ve worked on more Returns Policies than I can count, and it always surprises me that retailers continue to get caught telling customers “no refunds” without regard to...
Was/Now Advertising: Is your promotional sale legal?

Was/Now Advertising: Is your promotional sale legal?

It is common practice for retailers to advertise with “was/now” pricing on their products – for example, a suit that “was $300” and is “now $250” suggests a saving of $50.  This method of compara...
Are your advertised prices misleading and deceptive

Are your advertised prices misleading and deceptive?

Do you sell tickets or allow for bookings online?  One of the most frustrating things for an online customer is having to go through the entire checkout process, only to be hit with a surprise fe...
Make sure your self-sourced products are safe

Make sure your self-sourced products are safe

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) fined supermarket giant Woolworths more than $3 million for their delay in notifying the consumer watchdog about a number of faulty products....
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