Google and Facebook should be regulated given the potential they have to wield their monopoly powers in ways that would harm consumers, the ACCC said […]
Penthouse publisher Damien Costas has lost a dispute related to fees he allegedly owes a publicist for the book tours of far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos and Brexit architect Nigel Farage, after a judge found Costas’ solicitors had failed to effect proper service.
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Quinn Emanuel has hit global insurance broker Jardine Lloyd Thompson with a class action for allegedly charging local councils in NSW hundreds of millions of dollars […]
Australian law firm profits jumped 8.2 per cent in the past financial year amid heightened demand for legal services, according to a recent report, which […]
Labor MP Emma Husar is suing publisher Buzzfeed for defamation over an article and two social media posts that claimed she exposed herself to an […]
The judge overseeing a fraudulent concealment trial over Cargill’s $420 million purchase of the Joe White malt business has reaffirmed an earlier ruling allowing an […]
The former managing director of Murray Goulburn will be hit with a $200,000 penalty for being knowingly concerned in false representations made by the dairy […]
A judge overseeing the marathon hearing in the class action over the 2011 Queensland floods has allowed the lead applicant to submit further evidence after […]