The legal framework for space industries is still being developed, however a project from the University of Adelaide’s Law School and firm International Aerospace Law and Policy Group (IALPG) have released a tool for manufacturers to operate legally in space. With Australia’s burgeoning space ecosystem not just driven by large government agencies and prime contractors, … Continue reading Tool to check legal requirements for space activity
A new guide 3D Printing Rights & Responsibilities: consumer perceptions and realities has been launched to explain what consumers need to know before printing in 3D, including the potential risks in creating and sharing 3D printable files, and what kinds of safeguards are in place.
Orica has won its long running battle with Dyno Nobel over patented shotfiring techniques.
According to a report on the ABC Rural program this morning, Coca Cola Amatil MD Alison Watkins has said that governments have no place meddling in local food manufacturing.
Downer EDI, the company responsible for Sydney’s Waratah train project, was aware of cost overruns on the project for a year before informing the market, a court has heard.
Downer Group executives have been subpoenaed to appear in a shareholder class action in connection with the writedown of its problem-plagued Waratah train project.
A former official from the Chicago Department of Transport has been found guilty of accepting bribes from Australian red-light camera manufacturer Redflex.
Chile’s two major toilet paper makers, CMPC Tissue and SCA Chile colluded illegally to set prices for more than ten years, the nation’s competitive practices regulator says.
The slow nature of illness from cancer causing exposure at work has made compensation claims more difficult.
Two men accused of stealing high-performance engines and transmissions from Holden’s Elizabeth plant have gone on trial.
A man has died after being shot in the face outside a factory in the northern Melbourne suburb of Campbellfield.
Condom maker Ansell has filed a claim in the Federal Court which argues that competitor Reckitt Benckiser, maker of Durex condoms, has breached a patent.
Minister for immigration Scott Morrison has flagged changes to the current 457 visa program, following a new report.
The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service has prosecuted Perth company, Cyber Technology for trying to export drones without a permit.
The government is proposing amendments to the Fair Work Act, including ‘individual flexibility arrangements’, so how will this affect you?
University of Newcastle professor Graeme Jameson has won a patent challenge brought against him by US manufacturing giant Eriez Manufacturing.
Tesla’s pledge to free its patents may be a boon for manufacturing, but will others follow suit?
Orica has been fined more than half a million dollars for a series of chemical spills at its Kooragang Island and Port Botany facilities.
Orica is reportedly facing a challenge over its newly patented shotfiring techniques.
The Textile Clothing and Footwear Union of Australia has launched legal action against 23 Australian fashion labels.