Are you sure your website T&C’s Won’t Land you in Court?

- September 20, 2012 2 MIN READ

Yesterday the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) launched a one day internet sweep to catch out websites that are flaunting consumer rights or actively misleading customers with their own non-compliant refund policies. If caught out, fines could be as high as $200K for individuals and $1.1m for businesses. But illegal refund terms are just the tip of an iceberg that could sink non-compliant small businesses altogether.


Bear Love Good. Cancer Bad.

- June 12, 2012 < 1 MIN READ

Oh my God. I have not laughed my arse off as much as I did yesterday when I was reading The Oatmeals response to competitor website Funny Junk on the legal action they are intent on taking for alleged false accusations etc etc. If you have not read the post – Read it Here Now – so the rest of this piece makes sense to you.


The new Legal Startup for Startups!

- May 3, 2012 2 MIN READ

US-based technology legal startup, Snapterms, is making a splash in the online business world – and they did it with very little marketing or initial capital output. The premise behind snapterms is simple: lawyer-drafted, custom website terms of service and privacy policy contracts at a low cost.