StoresOnline conducted seminars and workshops throughout Australia to promote its home business e-commerce software.
The ACCC formed the view that representations made by StoresOnline in promoting their website packages were misleading and deceptive in contravention of sections 51A, 52, 53(aa), 55A and 59 of the TPA.
Priceline Pty Limited stores supplied certain cosmetic products which did not comply with the Cosmetic Information Standard in that they did not have the ingredients listed on the containers, nor did they supply in-store signage or listings of ingredients as an alternative reference for customers.
The section 87B undertaking was offered by Patrick Corporation Limited (Patrick) in connection with its proposed acquisition of FCL Interstate Transport Services (FCL).
The undertaking is designed to ensure that Patrick is required to divest FCL in the event that the other s87B undertaking given by Patrick in connection with the acquisition of FCL were to be successfully challenged.
The section 87B undertaking was offered by Patrick Corporation Limited (Patrick) in connection with its proposed acquisition of FCL Interstate Transport Services (FCL) in order to alleviate competition concerns identified by the ACCC under section 50 of the TPA.
On 21 October 2005 GM Holden Ltd launched the Holden Employee Pricing promotion. The advertisements appeared nationally through television, in the press and online.
The advertisements contained the headline statement "YOU PAY WHAT WE PAY".
Samsara Furniture and Homewares Pty Ltd (Samsara) advertised its products in newspapers, magazines and on its website, throughout 2005, by making price comparisons between previous prices or “was” prices for its products and current sale prices or “now” prices for these products.