Reckitt Benckiser will try to convince the Full Federal Court on Monday that a judge got it wrong when he found it misled consumers with claims that Nurofen is a more effective pain killer than rival GlaxoSmithKline’s Panadol.
Building products maker Caesarstone can register two trade marks despite their deceptive similarity to a mark by ceramic tile maker Ceramiche Caesar, a judge has ruled, after finding Caesarstone had shown honest concurrent use of the marks.
An appeals court has ruled grocery giant Coles is entitled to a reduction in a $688,000 personal injury judgment against it because the individual that brought the suit was on his phone at the time of the slip-and-fall incident.
After signalling last month they were close to resolving their trade mark dispute, real estate companies RE/MAX and Resimax have been been given one last chance — and one more week — to settle.
A court has dismissed proceedings filed by cereal giant Sanitarium and sports equipment retailer Rebel Sports against a UK-marketing company over a risk transfer agreement that promised to indemnify the companies for a recent joint promotion campaign.
The corporate watchdog is planning to launch legal action soon over the banking industry’s fees for no service, and expects to secure $1 billion in compensation for customers, the Royal Commission heard Friday.
Two weeks after announcing it would pull out of Australia, delivery food company Foodora has gone into administration, putting the brakes on two unfair dismissal cases and a sham contracting action by the Fair Work Ombudsman.
The Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union and its ACT branch secretary have been hit with criminal charges that they engaged in a cartel for steelfixing and scaffolding services.
A casual worker hired as a truck driver at a Rio Tinto coal mine was entitled to annual leave, the Full Federal Court said Friday in a landmark judgement that says employees on predictable, regular shifts are not casual even when employers give them the designation.
A judge has set aside an application to block the $48 million sale of a Surfers Paradise building and car park after finding the community organisation that launched the proceedings lacked standing.
The Full Federal Court will hear arguments next week in an appeal by the ACCC over an alleged laundry detergent cartel, the first so-called hub […]
Australian luxury watch retailer Watches of Switzerland has lost a bid to strike out Transport for NSW’s defences in a case seeking damages for the […]
The ACCC will decide by November 8 whether the proposed merger of Nine Entertainment with Fairfax Media raises competition concerns. The regulator is seeking feedback […]