Aged care operator Uniting has agreed to make $3.36 million in back payments to about 9,500 employees who were underpaid their full entitlements over a […]
A judge has ordered that disputes arising between Transurban and a group of contractors over the discovery of toxic PFAS chemicals in the soil at the site of the multi-billion dollar West Gate Tunnel project in Melbourne be sent to arbitration.
The makers of Bombay Sapphire gin have failed to stop an Australian company from trade marking their beer ‘Royal Bombay Premium Larger’.
A BP worker whose employment was reinstated after he was unfairly dismissed for sharing a video clip that included subtitles placed over a scene from the movie ‘Downfall’ about Adolf Hitler, has been awarded $201,000 in lost wages and superannuation.
In airing a ‘7:30′ segment that revealed racehorses were being slaughtered in violation of industry rules, the ABC acted with malice in what was a “set up” designed to make the head of Racing NSW “look bad”, a court has heard.
Two competing shareholder class actions against global winemaker and distributor Treasury Wine Estates over an earnings downgrade in January this year should be consolidated, and […]
A judge has accused the parties in a class action against ANZ over the sale of allegedly worthless insurance of “putting their pens down” and […]
The lead applicant in a class action against two National Australia Bank units for alleged superannuation mismanagement wants the proceedings moved to the Federal Court […]
A judge has refused to recuse himself from a stoush between litigation funder Vannin Capital and Clive Palmer’s companies over the appointment of a barrister […]
The Australian Taxation Office has won its appeal of a ruling that found that a 15 per cent ‘Backpacker’s Tax’ imposed on holders of Australian […]