The claims in two class actions alleging fast food giant KFC denied workers rest breaks are substantially similar but not identical, a court has heard, […]
The ATO has lost its bid for a court-appointed joint expert after it failed to find a witness with legal expertise in structuring hotel sales who was not “commercially conflicted”, with a judge ruling that Hilton should not be prevented from relying on an expert report it already obtained.
Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins told a court Friday she tried to “reclaim” the dress she wore on the night of her alleged raped by later wearing it to a birthday function for her then boss, Senator Linda Reynolds.
The judge overseeing alleged rapist Bruce Lehrmann’s defamation case against Network Ten and presenter Lisa Wilkinson has deferred a decision about whether accuser Brittany Higgins can be questioned over her speech outside the ACT courthouse after a mistrial was declared in Lehrmann’s criminal case.
Facing cross-examination for the first time in Bruce Lehrmann’s defamation case, former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins has denied she adapted her evidence to suit new […]
Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins has given details about her alleged rape by former colleague Bruce Lehrmann in Parliament House, an event she says left […]
Network Ten has foreshadowed “graphic and distressing” evidence from Brittany Higgins, the first of many witnesses that will be called by the broadcaster, including an […]
Kerry Stokes’ Seven Network has agreed to pay former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann’s rent for 12 months, a court has heard. The revelation came during […]
Former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann has admitted to lying to defence minister Linda Reynolds and in a TV interview aired by Channel 7, on the […]
A judge has given a competition class action against AGL Energy another chance to secure funding, but imposed a “drop dead date” by which the […]