A Sydney law firm and its principal have been fined $14,400 for disobeying a Fair Work Ombudsman compliance notice issued for the alleged underpayment of […]
The Supreme Court of Queensland has found that 2021 directions for police officers to receive the COVID-19 vaccination was ‘unlawful’ and a similar mandate for […]
A judge overseeing an appeal in a carriage dispute in a class action against Jaguar Land Rover over allegedly defective diesel filters has said he prefers the approach of the Supreme Court of Victoria to such fights, saying firms should not revise their bids multiple times.
A judge has ordered soft class closure ahead of mediation in a class action against five major banks over alleged foreign exchange rate-rigging, saying the applicant’s subjective view on what will assist mediation should not be imposed on the banks.
The proprietors of a family-owned Adelaide deli selling imported food for the past 50 years have lost a trade mark lawsuit targeting Eddie Muto’s Il Mercato Centrale — the sprawling Italian market expected to open its first Australian location in Collins St, Melbourne this year.
A judge has questioned the applicant’s opposition to soft class closure in a class action accusing five major banks of rate-rigging, a measure the banks […]
Appealing findings of serious corrupt conduct over her award of state funds to the district of then boyfriend and member of parliament Daryl Maguire, former […]
The applicant in a competition class action against AGL Energy has failed to find another funder to back the case after the original funder that […]
A judge hearing an appeal by a funder over its cut of a $98 million settlement in franchisee class actions against 7-Eleven has said the […]
A judge has railed against insurer QBE after it sent an email to brokers saying it could “in effect ignore” the court’s request that they […]