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Macpherson Kelley published in the IP Law Bulletin

08 May 2018 Communications & PR Executive Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726
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Mark Metzeling authored an article in the April edition of the Intellectual Property Law Bulletin discussing the recent appeal in the case between the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and Medibank Private Pty Ltd (Medibank).

In June 2016 the ACCC commenced proceedings against Medibank for its limited disclosure of a benefit change, alleging it breached Australian Competition Law through misleading or deceptive conduct.

This case highlights the need for “comprehensive legal advice to ensure clients make informed decisions about conduct in a potentially ‘grey area’ of law.”

To read the full article, please click here.

Macpherson Kelley’s lawyers have extensive technical knowledge and the industry experience to advise on all facets of the ACL. Contact Mark for more information.

This article was written by Mark Metzeling, Special Counsel – Commercial

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Macpherson Kelley published in the IP Law Bulletin

08 May 2018 Gavin Lower e: gavin.lower@mk.com.au d: 03 9208 9891 m: 0414 796 726

Mark Metzeling authored an article in the April edition of the Intellectual Property Law Bulletin discussing the recent appeal in the case between the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and Medibank Private Pty Ltd (Medibank).

In June 2016 the ACCC commenced proceedings against Medibank for its limited disclosure of a benefit change, alleging it breached Australian Competition Law through misleading or deceptive conduct.

This case highlights the need for “comprehensive legal advice to ensure clients make informed decisions about conduct in a potentially ‘grey area’ of law.”

To read the full article, please click here.

Macpherson Kelley’s lawyers have extensive technical knowledge and the industry experience to advise on all facets of the ACL. Contact Mark for more information.

This article was written by Mark Metzeling, Special Counsel – Commercial