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ACCC to probe Apple Pay restrictions on banks
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-09-13 2:26 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is investigating competition concerns about Apple’s refusal to allow third party access to the near-field communication chip that allows […]

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Bathroom brand Nero admits engaging in likely resale price maintenance
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-09-08 4:44 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted a court-enforceable undertaking from designer tapware supplier Nero Bathrooms following revelations the company likely engaged in resale […]

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Lawsuit settled over Tradie’s ‘Aussiest undies ever’ claim
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-09-06 3:02 pm By Christine Caulfield

Men’s briefs manufacturer Tradie has resolved a case brought by a rival alleging it misled consumers by claiming its underpants were the ‘Aussiest undies ever’. […]

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Finish detergent wins injunction in Powerball trade mark case
Intellectual Property 2021-09-06 1:58 pm By Christine Caulfield

The makers of Finish dishwashing products has secured an injunction keeping rival Somat products branded with an allegedly infringing logo from supermarket shelves until the […]

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Finish Powerball maker wants to derail competitor’s launch, court hears
Intellectual Property 2021-09-02 10:04 pm By Bianca Hrovat

An urgent injunction sought by the makers of Finish dishwashing products to remove Henkel Australia’s flagship product from supermarket shelves could derail the launch of […]

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Caterpillar wins fight over Puma’s Procat trade mark
Intellectual Property 2021-08-27 10:11 pm By Cindy Cameronne

US machinery manufacturer Caterpillar has won its appeal of a decision approving sportswear brand Puma’s ‘Procat’ trade mark application, with a judge finding “a significant […]

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Crocs takes Mosaic Brands to court for allegedly copying shoe design
Intellectual Property 2021-08-26 5:00 pm By Cindy Cameronne

US footwear company Crocs has taken Mosaic Brands to court for allegedly selling shoes that “flagrantly” copy the look of its unique 13-hole slip-on foam […]

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Law firm investigates class action over toxic dog food
Class Actions 2021-08-26 11:24 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A law firm is investigating a potential class action on behalf of pet owners whose dogs have died or fallen ill after consuming food contaminated […]

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‘Very concerned’ judge reopens Hells Angels’ trade mark case against Redbubble
Intellectual Property 2021-08-25 1:30 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A judge has reopened the trial in Hells Angels’ trade mark case against Melbourne-based retailer Redbubble to hear allegations by the bikie gang that the […]

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Menswear label yd. accused of ‘obvious’ infringement by rival brand Politix
Intellectual Property 2021-08-18 4:38 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Australian menswear label yd. has been sued for “blatant and obvious” copyright infringement for allegedly using a floral pattern produced by rival brand Politix on […]

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