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RMIT Village developer loses appeal in case clarifying Victoria’s domestic building law
Construction 2024-01-15 2:26 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Developer Centurion Australia Investments has lost an appeal in a dispute with builder APM Group in which it argued that its RMIT Village student accommodation […]

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ACCC accuses online training provider of misleading consumers
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-11-24 10:22 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The competition regulator has taken training provider Express Online Training to court for allegedly misleading consumers by promising they would only be charged for their […]

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Shine Lawyers takes ELC provider to school in trade mark spat
Intellectual Property 2023-11-06 11:31 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Plaintiff law firm Shine Lawyers has succeeded in narrowing the services an early learning services chain can register its ‘Shine Advantage’ trade mark for. Shine […]

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Wealth guru Dominique Grubisa wins appeal of banning orders
Financial Services 2023-10-19 11:01 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Embattled wealth guru Dominique Grubisa has succeeding in overturning banning orders from the corporate regulator, with a tribunal finding she did not pose a threat […]

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UNSW knew record-keeping practices were inadequate: Ombudsman
Employment 2023-09-26 1:56 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The Fair Work Ombudsman has taken the University of New South Wales to court, alleging its record keeping practices were “so inadequate” that it was […]

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High Court to hear appeal of ACCC’s unconscionable conduct win against college
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-09-15 4:54 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The High Court has granted defunct online educator Captain Cook College special leave to appeal a finding that it engaged in systemic unconscionable conduct by […]

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Melbourne school must pay $565K for failing to address antisemitic bullying
Human Rights 2023-09-14 3:12 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A group of former Jewish and Israeli students at Brighton Secondary College have won hundreds of thousands of dollars in compensation and an apology from […]

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University of Sydney can’t advance ‘unclear’ claims over flammable building panels
Construction 2023-08-25 1:02 pm By Sam Matthews

The University of Sydney has lost a bid to amend its claims against a consultant in litigation over allegedly defective building work carried out on […]

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‘Group members are human beings’: Judge pans discontinuance notice in postgrads class action
Class Actions 2023-08-24 1:18 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has panned as “thoroughly unsatisfactory” a draft notice informing group members in an underpayments class action against the federal government that only claims […]

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Ex-G8 Education chair suffers another loss in challenge to ASIC examination
Corporate 2023-08-22 10:29 pm By Sam Matthews

Former G8 Education chair Jennifer Hutson has lost an appeal of a decision that found she was not unlawfully examined by the corporate regulator over […]

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