A court on Thursday hit property spruiker We Buy Houses and its sole director, Richard ‘Rick’ Otton, with a record $18 million in total fines for misleading property investors with claims they could learn to buy real estate for $1.
Network 10 told a court Thursday it would “fiercely defend” a trade mark case brought by Fairfax Media over 10’s recent rebrand and its newly approved trade mark, 10 Boss.
Defending a class action alleging its vehicle warranties were worthless, a unit of car leasing company McMillan Shakespeare said it has paid out claims to more 3,600 drivers, and was obligated to consider each claim “on its merits”.
The former directors of Starcom have lost their bid to stay proceedings brought by the company’s liquidator alleging they knew the IT solutions provider was insolvent almost two years before it was wound up.
Cable TV giant Foxtel has succeeded in a second challenge to a digital download patent by a subsidiary of global tech giant Cognizant, but IP Australia has given the patent owner yet another go at fixing it.
The Copyright Agency has brought proceedings against the peak body representing Australia’s universities over copyright costs, after negotiations over a new licencing agreement broke down.
A court has delivered a loss for Germany-based B. Braun Melsungen, dismissing its allegations that US-based device manufacturer Becton Dickinson infringed three of its intravenous catheter patents and ruling the patents invalid.
The accountants for fraudster Scott Williams, the man behind the multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme Centaur Litigation, lost a bid to amend their defence to limit their liability in a $32 million case brought by liquidators of the failed funder.
California-based acai berry company Sambazon Inc. has resolved legal action that accused its former Australian distributors of co-opting the company’s Amazonian narrative to promote a competing business.
Blockbuster has lost another round in its case against a husband and wife franchisee that sold a store’s assets to a competitor, with a court ruling the company could not sock the pair with the costs of its failed appeal.
Renewable energy company Infigen Energy has agreed to settle a class action over the January 2017 Currandooley bushfire that was sparked by a crow that […]
Keyboard specialist PKT Technologies has returned for an encore in a six-year long trade mark dispute, appealing a $384,000 judgment against it for violating a […]
A court has signed off on a $2.6 million settlement in a class action against Endeavour Energy and two other companies over the 2013 Mt […]