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Medibank can’t halt class action-style complaint to OAIC over data breach
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2024-02-22 2:22 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has dismissed a bid by Medibank to restrain the Office of Australian Information Commissioner from proceeding with a class action-style complaint on behalf […]

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High Court grants special leave in Ford class action over PowerShift transmissions
High Court 2024-02-14 1:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

The High Court has granted special to leave to a class action against Ford over allegedly PowerShift transmissions, agreeing to hear the case alongside two […]

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In class action defence, KFC says rest break obligation met even if staff chose to keep working
Class Actions 2024-02-13 11:22 pm By Christine Caulfield

Fast food giant KFC has served its defence in a class action alleging workers were deprived of their rest break entitlements, saying its obligation to […]

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SkyCity settles with AUSTRAC, puts aside $73M for penalty
Gaming 2024-02-01 4:57 pm By Cindy Cameronne

SkyCity has reached an agreement with AUSTRAC in proceedings alleging it allowed $4 billion in suspicious transactions, setting aside $73 million to cover penalty and […]

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High Court challenge filed in class action against Ford over PowerShift transmissions
High Court 2024-01-11 10:40 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The High Court has been asked to hear another case dealing with how reduction in value damages should be calculated under the Australian Consumer Law, […]

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Noumi can’t shield lawyer’s evidence in privilege claim over Ashurst, PwC docs
Class Actions 2023-12-20 11:19 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Noumi has largely lost its bid to shield from a class action parts of its inhouse counsel’s evidence supporting a privilege claim over 3,000 documents […]

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Medibank says allowing OAIC class action-style case could hurt public’s view of court
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2023-12-05 10:56 pm By Sam Matthews

Medibank has asked a judge to put the kibosh on class action-style proceedings filed with the OAIC, arguing findings inconsistent with those in a class […]

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BHP class action fights ruling limiting group size
Appeals 2023-11-28 1:44 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A class action against BHP over the collapse of a Brazilian dam has appealed a judgment that found shareholders who did not purchase their stock […]

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Law firm set to profit ‘handsomely’ from GCO in Crown class action, should pay up, court told
Class Actions 2023-11-16 10:03 pm By Sam Matthews

Crown Resorts is seeking $10 million in security for costs from the law firm running a shareholder class action accusing it of lax anti-money laundering […]

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Ford scores partial win in class action appeal over defective PowerShift transmissions
Class Actions 2023-11-14 1:41 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

US car giant Ford has partially succeeded in its challenge to a judgment that found it owed more than $6,800 to the lead applicant in […]

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