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Fallen star: Walt Disney-owned Star Television loses trade mark
Intellectual Property 2019-11-27 3:45 pm By Hannah Gee

Gaming giant Star Entertainment has succeeded in its application to strip Walt Disney-owned Star Television of its registered Australian trade mark. Star Television, together with […]

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‘No issues to date’: ANZ calms shareholders’ AUSTRAC fears
Financial Services 2019-11-27 2:32 pm By Hannah Gee

Amid the money-laundering scandal engulfing Westpac, ANZ has sought to quell investor fears that the bank has no skeletons in its own closet, releasing a […]

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ACCC to bring constitutional challenge in Pacific National, Aurizon appeal
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-11-26 1:31 pm By Hannah Gee

The judge who tossed the competition regulator’s challenge to Pacific National’s acquisition of Aurizon’s Acacia Ridge Terminal in Queensland had no power under the Australian […]

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Trade marks that copy labels of $4,000 wine registered in bad faith, delegate says
Intellectual Property 2019-11-26 9:44 am By Hannah Gee

The Trade Marks Office has found that a wine company’s attempt to register trade marks previously used by another well-known wine maker was made in […]

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Workout chain F45 makes rival sweat with suit over digital trainer patent
Intellectual Property 2019-11-25 4:06 pm By Hannah Gee

National fitness chain F45 has sued fitness rival centre Body Fit Training for allegedly infringing a patent for its personal trainer workout system that’s run […]

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Funder investigates combustible cladding class action in NZ
Class Actions 2019-11-25 2:08 pm By Hannah Gee

Manufacturers of PE core cladding face a third class action bankrolled by litigation funder IMF Bentham, this time in New Zealand, and the funder says […]

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New lead applicant needed in Sydney Light Rail class action
Class Actions 2019-11-22 9:50 pm By Hannah Gee

Lawyers running a $40 million class action over the Sydney Light Rail project have three weeks to find a new lead applicant after it was […]

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Helen Rosamond gets first look at asset list doc in NAB’s fraud suit
White Collar 2019-11-22 9:16 pm By Hannah Gee

Arguing the material could be self-incriminating, accused scammer Helen Rosamond will get the first look at subpoenaed documents obtained by National Australia Bank in its […]

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Energy Australia sued for cutting off cash-strapped customers
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-11-22 1:03 pm By Hannah Gee

The energy regulator has brought legal action against EnergyAustralia, alleging the power company breached its own hardship policy when it disconnected eight hard-up customers. AER […]

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Partner that called manager a ‘malicious intermeddling fool’ not a rude person, court hears
Business of Law 2019-11-21 8:44 pm By Hannah Gee

A senior partner at a Sydney law firm who allegedly called a business manager “a malicious intermeddling fool” and coined a fictional disease to describe […]

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