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Jury finds for AFP in childcare operators’ defamation case over press conference
Trials 2023-07-19 4:37 pm By Christine Caulfield

The operators of a childcare business have failed to persuade a jury that a press conference by the Australian Federal Police about an alleged multimillion […]

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Mining magnate Gina Rinehart can’t fight use of arbitration docs as trial in family feud begins
Trials 2023-07-10 3:44 pm By Gareth Baker

Hancock Prospecting can’t challenge an order that documents produced in arbitration are fair game, as the mining company’s chief, Gina Rinehart, battles her children in […]

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Bruck Textile bigwigs to stand trial on charges over unpaid redundancies
Restructuring & Insolvency 2023-06-30 1:25 pm By Gareth Baker

Executives of collapsed Bruck Textile Technologies have been committed to stand trial on charges alleging they schemed their way out of making more than $3 […]

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Coles, Woolworths ‘can’t hide behind’ poor records, court told as underpayments trial kicks off
Trials 2023-06-05 5:56 pm By Cindy Cameronne

On the first day of trial in parallel class actions and regulatory proceedings, the Fair Work Ombudsman panned the payment systems adopted by Coles and […]

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Insignia broke promise to hire PwC to review model portfolio: trial
Trials 2023-06-05 11:31 pm By Sam Matthews

Despite assurances, wealth manager Insignia Financial did not engage PricewaterhouseCoopers to review the performance of its ‘Buy Model” investment portfolio after an equities analyst complained […]

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Judge finds Ben Roberts-Smith committed war crimes, tosses defamation claims
Defamation 2023-06-01 2:43 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Former SAS corporal Ben Roberts-Smith has lost his defamation case against Nine-owned Fairfax, with a judge finding Thursday it was true that Australia’s most decorated […]

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Trial vacated in class action against Deloitte over Hastie audits
Trials 2023-05-30 2:57 pm By Christine Caulfield

Trial in a protracted class action against Deloitte over the collapse of construction group Hastie has been abandoned, signalling a settlement is in the works. […]

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PFAS class action settles for $132.7M on eve of trial
Catherine Gleeson 2023-05-15 10:44 am By Cindy Cameronne

One of the two remaining class actions against the Department of Defence over the use of alleged toxic firefighting foam at military bases across the […]

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Racing Victoria planned agreement to ‘seriously breach’ competition laws, court hears
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-05-04 11:01 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Racing NSW has accused its Victorian counterpart of planning an anti-competitive agreement with five other states to exclude it from the thoroughbred racing industry, as […]

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PFAS class action trial set to begin before ‘frustrated’ judge
Trials 2023-04-28 11:02 pm By Christine Caulfield

Unless the parties can reach a last minute settlement over the weekend, trial in a class action against the Department of Defence over the use […]

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