Embattled financial giant AMP on Tuesday criticised concerns raised by lawyers for the federal class actions about group members’ opt out rights, saying the concerns were a “red herring” in the fight against an order transferring their cases to the NSW Supreme Court.
A judge has denied a Westpac unit’s bid to strike allegations that it knew about a $1.9 million Ponzi scheme from a class action alleging the bank aided the Ponzi schemer’s illegal conduct.
Chain logistics company Brambles is facing a second class action alleging it breached its continuous disclosure obligations by failing to revise its overly rosy 2017 financial forecast on several occasions.
The CFMMEU must force “systemic behavioural change” on its construction division, a majority Full Federal Court said Tuesday in upholding a fine of $306,000 for workplace breaches against the union and raising the spectre of deregistration.
Employment law firm McDonald Murholme has lost an appeal in a case over $37,000 in unpaid bills for five months of radio advertisements on the Victorian Radio Network the firm said were ineffective.
A Sydney pharmacist who was stripped of his registration after selling counterfeit Viagra has lost an application to have his licence reinstated.
The ACCC has scored fines totaling $5.5 million in its case against companies and individuals involved in an alleged cartel over the supply of polycarbonate, a little more than a month before trial kicks off against the alleged mastermind behind the cartel.
McDonald’s has agreed to change its Corner Cafe logo, after the famed Corner Hotel in Melbourne filed a lawsuit claiming the global food giant’s new hipster cafe violates its trade marks.
Ethicon told the Full Federal Court on Monday that the judge overseeing the marathon class action against it over allegedly defective vaginal mesh devices got it wrong when she reset the dates for inclusion in the class.
AMP has slammed arguments that group members in four Federal Court class actions could face a jurisdictional limitation on their claims of disclosure breaches if […]
Murray Goulburn’s ex-CFO Bradley Hingle has quietly settled a case brought by the consumer watchdog over the dairy co-operative’s allegedly misleading promises about farmgate milk […]