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Honda admits ‘accidentally but repeatedly’ misleading customers
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-07-26 12:35 pm By Sam Matthews

Honda has admitted to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s claims that it mislead the customers of two former authorised dealerships, but is seeking to […]

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Izuzu targeted in class action investigation over allegedly defective utes
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-07-19 5:22 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The law firm whose probe into allegedly defective diesel particulate filters in Toyota cars has led to a judgment worth as much as $2 billion […]

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Sacked Orix boss can’t get quick win in case for $1M in unpaid leave
Employment 2022-07-11 11:52 pm By Christine Caulfield

The former CEO of fleet manager Orix Australia, who escaped charges of corruption three years ago, will have to take his claims for $1 million […]

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ACCC goes after Ultra Tune again, this time for contempt of court
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-06-28 5:27 pm By Christine Caulfield

Ultra Tune is facing contempt of court proceedings for allegedly breaching a judge’s orders and failing to meet the requirements of a court-ordered compliance program, […]

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Toyota didn’t invent Lexus grille shape: IP Australia
Intellectual Property 2022-06-23 1:52 pm By Sam Matthews

Toyota has lost a bid to trade mark the shape of its ‘spindle grille’, which features on models in its Lexus division, despite a finding […]

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Toyota appeals loss in $2B diesel filter class action
Appeals 2022-06-10 11:45 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Toyota has lodged an appeal of a judgment that could see it owe around $2 billion to 260,000 car owners for selling vehicles with defective […]

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Class action investigation targets Mercedes-Benz over recall
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-05-31 6:56 pm By Sam Matthews

Mercedes-Benz is facing a potential class action over a recall affecting over 17,000 vehicles installed with faulty brake boosters. Bannister Law announced the investigation just […]

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Ford pushing for 10-day hearing in ‘all-in appeal’ of complex class action decision
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-05-17 3:01 pm By Sam Matthews

Ford is seeking an extended hearing of its appeal from a class action judgment in favour of 185,000 vehicle owners over their allegedly defective cars, […]

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Toyota must pay $18,000 in damages to applicant in defective filter class action
Product Liability 2022-05-17 2:44 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has awarded a Queensland motor vehicle assessor $18,400 in damages in a class action against Toyota over allegedly defective diesel filters in its […]

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Orix loses access fight over files in criminal case against former executives
Employment 2022-05-13 4:42 pm By Christine Caulfield

Fleet management company Orix Australia has struck out in its bid to access certain files in an abandoned criminal case against two former senior executives […]

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