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Insurer seeking to examine Arrium liquidators can’t shield docs
Restructuring & Insolvency 2023-06-21 11:30 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Insurer Atradius has lost its bid to keep under wraps information supporting its application to publicly examine three KordaMentha directors about their administration of the […]

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7 years in and counting, Worley class action ‘needs finality’: judge
Class Actions 2023-06-20 2:47 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has declined to hear an interlocutory stoush about the scope of a shareholder class action against engineering company Worley before an upcoming trial, […]

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Law firm investigating class action against Salt Lake Potash, auditor EY
Class Actions 2023-06-16 11:41 pm By Gareth Baker

A law firm is probing a shareholder class action against former ASX-listed Salt Lake Potash and auditor EY, alleging the company failed to disclose material […]

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Class action against KPMG, CuDeco directors wants insurance docs to avoid ‘train wreck’
Class Actions 2023-06-13 11:59 pm By Gareth Baker

A shareholder class action against KPMG and the directors of defunct mining company CuDeco is seeking insurance information and a limited number of documents from […]

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Clive Palmer can’t quash CITIC subpoenas over sale of nickel refinery in $1.8B case
Energy & Natural Resources 2023-06-07 11:56 pm By Gareth Baker

Mining magnate Clive Palmer and his company Mineralogy have lost a bid to block subpoenas asking their advisors to hand over information regarding the sale […]

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Court action launched over Tanya Plibersek’s ‘irrational’ coal mine approvals
Energy & Natural Resources 2023-06-06 12:29 pm By Gareth Baker

Climate justice groups have launched a challenge to federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek’s decision to expand two proposed mega coal mines in NSW, arguing her […]

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AGL Energy hit with competition class action
Class Actions 2023-06-02 11:05 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Big three energy supplier AGL is facing a class action alleging it misused its market power in breach of Australia’s competition laws. The class action […]

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BHP to backpay workers $430M due to public holiday error
Employment 2023-06-01 10:47 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

BHP has admitted it underpaid mine workers $430 million for over a decade by improperly deducting leave for public holidays. In a statement to shareholders, […]

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TPG-backed company seeks quick win in case over alleged scam tied to $1B climate deal
Energy & Natural Resources 2023-05-31 10:14 pm By Gareth Baker

A company backed by private equity giant TPG which was allegedly fooled into paying part of a $1 billion deal to the wrong company wants […]

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Docs produced in arbitration can be used in Rinehart family court battle
Energy & Natural Resources 2023-05-26 2:56 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has allowed two of Gina Rinehart’s children to use documents produced in private arbitration for their defence in court proceedings over ownership of […]

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