Most Recent
Jewellery retailer Pandora admits misleading customers over refund rights
Competition & Consumer Protection March 22, 2019 11:25 pm By Christine Caulfield

Jewellery brand Pandora has admitted it misled customer about ther rights to get a refund on faulty items and may have breached consumer laws, the […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Hells Angels loses IP lawsuit against Redbubble
Intellectual Property March 18, 2019 10:21 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian chapter of biker group the Hells Angels has mostly come up short in its intellectual property lawsuit against online marketplace Redbubble. But the […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Catch settles trade mark lawsuit over ‘Catch of the week’ promotions
Intellectual Property March 12, 2019 9:36 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

E-retailer Catch Group has resolved a trade mark lawsuit it lobbed against a popular online classified ads provider over its “Catch of the week” and […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Target, Baby Bunting pay fines for selling dangerous convertible strollers
Competition & Consumer Protection February 27, 2019 8:42 pm By Christine Caulfield

Target Australia and Baby Bunting have agreed to pay penalties totalling $53,000 after being caught selling and marketing unsafe convertible strollers, the consumer watchdog said […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Aft goes on the offensive, files lawsuit over new Maxigesic ads
Competition & Consumer Protection February 26, 2019 2:04 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

AFT Pharmaceuticals has filed a lawsuit seeking to pre-empt competitor Reckitt Benckiser from pursuing a lawsuit against it over recent ads for its painkiller Maxigesic. […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Unilever appeals loss over Nivea deodorant claims
Appeals February 26, 2019 11:03 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Unilever is not ready to put its long-running consumer case against competitor Beiersdorf to rest, filing a challenge to a ruling that Beiersdorf did not […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Supplier of scalding hot water bottles hit with $415k fine
Justice Debra Mortimer January 30, 2019 7:55 pm By Miklos Bolza

A wholesaler that supplied leaking hot water bottles and exploding candle holders to retailers in Victoria has been fined $415,000 for distributing the dangerous products […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Amazon had no obligation to use GetSwift’s services, class action claims
Class Actions January 21, 2019 10:48 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

GetSwift failed to disclose to investors that under an agreement announced with Amazon, the e-commerce giant had no obligation to use the logistics provider for […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste sue Sydney boutique over knockoffs
Intellectual Property January 21, 2019 3:16 pm By Miklos Bolza

Three global fashion giants are suing a Sydney-based boutique for allegedly importing and selling knockoff versions of their clothing. Hugo Boss, Tommy Hilfiger and Lacoste […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.
ACCC can seek fines against defunct dealer of fake Aboriginal art
Competition & Consumer Protection January 16, 2019 5:17 pm By Miklos Bolza

The ACCC can continue its case against failed Aboriginal art wholesaler Birubi Art, which went into liquidation after the court found it violated the Australian […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content. Already a subscriber? Login here. Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.