• Australian Federal Court Hands down judgment against Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd – A Consumer Protection Perspective

    This article aims to briefly examine the recent Australian Federal Court’s judgment in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd [2022] FCA 875 and what it means for consumers where the consumers are subject to misleading or deceptive conduct and false or misleading representations. (Consumer Protection)
    Summary of what was heard in the Court?

    In this proceeding, the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission in its case against Samsung Australia (which Samsung Australia admitted to) alleged that Samsung Australia published 9 advertisements and marketing material representing to consumers in Australia that certain Galaxy smartphone models (S7, S7 Edge, A5 (2017), A7 (2017), S8, S8 Plus and Note 8)) launched in Australia between March 2016 and August 2017 would be suitable to be submerged in a pool or sea water.

    This is in the circumstances where according to the Commission, there was a material prospect that the charging port of those Galaxy phones might be damaged due to corrosion if the Galaxy phones were submerged in such water and were then charged or attempted to be charged while some water remained in the charging port.

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    Australian Federal Court Hands down judgment against Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd – A Consumer Protection Perspective This article aims to briefly examine the recent Australian Federal Court’s judgment in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd [2022] FCA 875 and what it means for consumers where the consumers are subject to misleading or deceptive conduct and false or misleading representations. (Consumer Protection) Summary of what was heard in the Court? In this proceeding, the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission in its case against Samsung Australia (which Samsung Australia admitted to) alleged that Samsung Australia published 9 advertisements and marketing material representing to consumers in Australia that certain Galaxy smartphone models (S7, S7 Edge, A5 (2017), A7 (2017), S8, S8 Plus and Note 8)) launched in Australia between March 2016 and August 2017 would be suitable to be submerged in a pool or sea water. This is in the circumstances where according to the Commission, there was a material prospect that the charging port of those Galaxy phones might be damaged due to corrosion if the Galaxy phones were submerged in such water and were then charged or attempted to be charged while some water remained in the charging port. ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿ‘‰ Learn more about it or Speak with us on (1800)217217 or for Booking Appointment check here: https://aylwardgame.com.au/australian-federal-court-hands-down-judgment-against-samsung-electronics-australia-pty-ltd-a-consumer-protection-perspective/ ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿ‘‰ Find Experienced consumer lawyers Near you on Google maps (https://g.page/AylwardGameSolicitors?share) anytime at Aylward Game Solicitors #consumerprotection #consumerprotectionact #consumerrights #SamsungElectronicsAustralia #aylwardgamesolicitors
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    Australian Federal Court Hands down judgment against Samsung Electronics Australia Pty Ltd - A Consumer Protection Perspective
    The Australian Consumer Law offers you protection against faulty or unsafe products and services and unfair treatment from businesses.
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