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High Court to hear Meta’s challenge to Cambridge Analytica case
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2022-09-16 2:08 pm By Christine Caulfield

The High Court will take up Meta’s challenge to the privacy commissioner’s case over the Cambridge Analytica data breach, giving the court the chance to […]

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J Hutchinson, CFMEU fined $1.35M for construction boycott
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-08-30 9:20 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Builder J Hutchinson and the CFMEU have been fined a combined $1.35 million for entered into an anti-competitive agreement to boycott an independent subcontractor at […]

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Mastercard says deals with retailers were legitimate, pro-competitive
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-07-27 12:51 pm By Christine Caulfield

Mastercard had a legitimate and pro-competitive reason for reaching agreements with major retailers to choose its network over Eftpos for debit card processing, a court […]

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New competition class actions in the works against Apple, Google
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-07-22 9:10 pm By Sam Matthews

Another law firm is planning competition class actions against Apple and Google over their app stores, just over a month after Phi Finney McDonald filed […]

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AGL must pay $3.5M in energy regulator’s case over SA blackout
Energy & Natural Resources 2022-07-01 11:18 pm By Christine Caulfield

Three AGL Energy subsidiaries have been ordered to pay $3.5 million in penalties for breaches of energy rules that led to a statewide blackout in […]

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Class action applicants not harmed despite Hardi’s misleading ads for crop sprayer, judge says
Product Liability 2022-06-10 6:28 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has found the lead applicant in a class action over an allegedly defective crop sprayer did not suffer any loss despite finding agricultural […]

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GetSwift, directors drop appeal of judgment on ‘PR-driven’ approach to disclosures
Securities 2022-05-16 11:38 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Logistics company GetSwift and its directors have dropped their challenge to a judgment that found the company breached its continuous disclosure obligations with its “PR-driven” […]

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Woolworths employees shouldn’t be ‘cast adrift’ from class action, judge says
Class Actions 2022-05-12 3:43 pm By Christine Caulfield

Explaining his decision to reject a class action settlement that would have earned a law firm $1.75 million but provided nothing to 27,000 Woolworths employees, […]

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Judge hits Westpac unit with $20M penalty over conflicted remuneration
Financial Services 2022-04-08 10:53 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has signed off on a $20 million penalty against Westpac subsidiary BT Funds Management for improperly charging 9,000 members insurance premiums that included […]

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Peters served with $12M penalty for exclusive dealing
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-03-25 1:51 pm By Sam Matthews

Peters Ice Cream has been hit with a $12 million penalty after admitting to entering an anti-competitive exclusive agreement for distribution of its single serve […]

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