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Introduction to Business Law (BUS101)

The questions in this assignment

The questions you are required to answer are designed to enable you to express your own understanding of what the three courts separately determined. However, as I have said on a number of occasions, this is not a cut and paste exercise. It is not possible to answer the questions simply by locating the relevant paragraphs in the judgment and copying them into your answer. (One class assignment in a previous trimester resorted to this technique and was awarded 2/25; as a result all the members of the group failed the subject.)
You must express your answer in your own words and to enable the tutors marking the assignments to be sure that you have done this you should state, in brackets at the end of your answers to each question, the paragraph numbers from the judgment you have referred to in preparing your answer.
I encourage you to express answers in either numbered or bullet point form rather than long paragraphs
Word limit is about 1200 words
Submitting your assignment
1 You must hand one hard copy to me by the end of week 12
2 You must also upload an electronic copy to Turnitin (so that plagiarism can be checked); if you do not know how to do this consult the librarians
3 On the cover sheet the names, student numbers and the day and time of the tutorial each student in the group attends must be stated
John Lanser
January 2015
Questions [marks out of 25 in square brackets for each question]
1 Briefly describe the nature of TPG’s advertising which caused ACCC to bring these proceedings [2 marks]
2 What statutory provisions did ACCC allege that TPG’s advertising contravened [2 marks]
3 What were the findings (conclusions) of the primary judge about the following aspects of the advertising [6 marks]
 bundling.
 the set up fee.
 single price.
4 What were the differences in principle between the approach of the Full Court and the approach of the primary judge in evaluating whether the TPG advertising was misleading? [2 marks]
5 The High Court concluded that the approach taken by the Full Court was not correct. For what reason or reasons did the High Court come to this conclusion? [2 marks]
6 The Full Court, in coming to its conclusions, applied as a precedent the ratio in a case called Parkdale Custom Built Furniture v Puxu (“Puxu”). The High Court said that the Full Court wrongly applied the principle in Puxu. Explain why the High Court thought Puxu was not a proper precedent to apply to the TPG advertising [3 marks]
7 What did the High Court have to say about the “dominant message” approach? [2 marks]
8 What did the High Court say about the assumed level of knowledge in TPG’s target audience? [2 marks]
9 Is an intention to mislead essential for advertising to be misleading? Explain what the High Court thought about this [2 marks]
10 If you were employed in the marketing section of an internet service provider or a fitness centre which was about to launch an advertising campaign promoting an attractive “plan” for membership in which there were several “parts” (costs and benefits) to be taken into account by potential customers, what advice would you give about the format of the advertising, based on your understanding of the High Court’s ruling in ACCC v TPG? [2 marks]

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