All Articles by Anthea Dinh-Tram
Can I Use A Company’s Logo On My Website?
Use of another’s intellectual property is generally prohibited by law. Copyright is an automatic right that exists as soon as a work is created. Trademark protection is acquired when theRead More
Basic Facts about Australian Copyright Law ©
As a form of intellectual property, copyright is a bundle of rights that allows owners to manage the way others use their work. Artists rely upon copyright law to protectRead More
Can Passing Off Protect an Unregistered Trademark?
A business, who does not own a registered trademark, must rely upon a claim of ‘passing off’ to protect their trademark. Passing off is a common law action for whenRead More
What is the Difference Between WHS and OHS?
While WHS is an acronym for Work Health and Safety and OHS stands for Occupational Health and Safety, both describe the safety of individuals in a worksite. They share theRead More
Can an Independent Contractor be Entitled to Long Service Leave?
Independent contractors generally provide services under a contract where they negotiate their own fees and working arrangements. They use their own tools and processes, and may work for several clientsRead More
What is a Unilateral Contract?
Most would know that a contract is formed when one party makes an offer to another, who accepts that offer. A unilateral contract is a specific type of contract thatRead More
What is Consequential Loss?
When a party breaches a contract, they may find themselves liable for any losses caused. Parties are encouraged to be specific when defining the consequential losses they intend to excludeRead More
What are Movement Trademarks?
While traditional trademarks include words or images, movement trademarks are a non-conventional trademark that provides a business protection for a moving logo. Movement trademarks are often for animations or shortRead More