Herbert Smith Freehills has discovered it underpaid a number of its graduate lawyers, with some in the Big Six firm’s graduate ranks owed more than […]
Telstra has suffered a defeat in its lawsuit accusing competitor Singtel Optus of violating consumer laws with ads claiming it is “covering more of Australia than ever before”, with a judge calling Telstra’s allegations that the ads implied a comparison with other telcos “strained and fanciful”.
Sports presenter Erin Molan has fired off a defamation lawsuit over the Daily Mail’s coverage of a remark she made during Nine’s Continuous Call radio program which she claims implied she was a racist who deliberately mocked the names of Pacific Islanders on air.
The Morrison Government will ease responsible lending laws requiring banks to verify information from credit-seeking consumers, after the corporate regulator’s failed “wagyu and shiraz” case attacking Westpac’s lending practices.
A judge has denied a request to grant priority status to a shareholder class action against Crown Resorts that would have allowed the Melbourne-based legal […]
The Morrison Government has extended a temporary change to the continuous disclosure rules to give companies more wriggle room in updating shareholders during the coronavirus […]
German drug maker Boehringer has launched a Federal Court fight against rival Zoetis after coming up short in its opposition to two Zoetis patents for […]
A shareholder class action against Vocation that has spanned five years and spawned multiple cross claims against the failed training company’s auditor, law firm and […]
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has resolved a lawsuit brought by a former general manager alleging he lost his job for blowing the whistle on a […]
Ernst & Young is facing a claim for $12 million in damages in a lawsuit over its auditing of collapsed soda ash maker Penrice. Sydney-based […]