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Ex-Tennis Australia directors lose bid for ASIC chats with witnesses
White Collar 2019-09-09 3:56 pm By Miklos Bolza

Two former directors of Tennis Australia can’t access chats between ASIC and other executives from the tennis body, with a judge finding the documents recording […]

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Credit Suisse unit can’t strike out pleadings in investors’ case over MINIs
Financial Services 2019-09-02 3:16 pm By Christine Caulfield

A Credit Suisse unit has lost a bid to strike out portions of a case launched by a group of investors over financial products known […]

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Crown can appeal ruling that freed Chinese employees to talk to lawyers
Appeals 2019-08-29 10:28 pm By Christine Caulfield

Crown Resorts has been given the greenlight to challenge a court order allowing former employees to talk to lawyers for a class action over its […]

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Barclays, other banks in forex cartel class action must produce US case docs
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-08-15 3:36 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has ordered a group of banks facing a competition class action over alleged foreign exchange rate-rigging to hand over documents they produced as […]

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ASIC dragged ‘kicking and screaming’ to produce docs, ex-Tennis Australia director says
ASIC 2019-08-01 8:55 pm By Miklos Bolza

Former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell has told a court that the corporate regulator had to be dragged “kicking and screaming” to produce documents in […]

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Ex-Tennis Australia’s Harold Mitchell wants ASIC’s evidence from deceased former director
ASIC 2019-07-30 2:03 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Ex-Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell, facing enforcement action by ASIC alleging he breached his duties in awarding Australian Open broadcast rights to the Seven Network, […]

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In latest AMP class actions, judge nudges parties away from beauty parade
Class Actions 2019-07-03 3:41 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge overseeing competing consumer class actions against AMP over superannuation fees said he would be “reluctant” to hold a contest between the two cases, […]

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Investors to get their day in court over Credit Suisse ‘MINI’ warrants
Securities 2019-05-29 4:01 pm By Miklos Bolza

A Federal Court judge has ruled he has jurisdication to hear a case brought by a group of investors against a unit of Credit Suisse […]

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Over protests, judge sets trial date in ASIC case against Tennis Australia duo
ASIC 2019-05-17 3:13 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has scheduled a three-week trial to begin November 4 in a case brought by the corporate regulator against two directors of Tennis Australia […]

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ASIC has no ace in case over Australian Open broadcast rights, ex-Tennis Australia head says
Entertainment 2019-05-07 3:57 pm By Miklos Bolza

Former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell has denied allegations by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission that he breached his duties when awarding broadcasting rights […]

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