Competition and Consumer Law Newsletter

Competition and Consumer Law Newsletter







This unique publication provides comprehensive, timely coverage of competition and consumer law. Led by General Editor Adrian Coorey, the Editorial Panel of practice area experts offers comprehensive commentary on current developments, enabling busy practitioners to remain at the forefront of this area of law. The newsletter covers recent cases, legislative changes and issues facing competition and consumer lawyers both within Australia and internationally.

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Competition and Consumer Law Newsletter

10 January 2022 03:12

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