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Treasury Wine Estates faces another class action investigation
Class Actions February 5, 2020 9:36 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Maurice Blackburn has become the second law firm to consider a shareholder class action against Treasury Wine Estates over a recent earnings downgrade. The wine […]

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Dutch coffee giant pours hot water on K-fee’s patent for espresso capsule
Intellectual Property February 4, 2020 2:38 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Dutch coffee company behind the popular Moccona brand has successfully opposed a coffee capsule patent sought by coffee machine maker K-fee. IP Australia delegate […]

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Penfolds maker foils another ‘knockoff’ plot by blocking trade mark
Intellectual Property January 31, 2020 3:01 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Treasury Wine Estates has notched another legal victory in its ongoing battle to block Chinese knockoffs of its iconic Penfolds wine brand. Penfolds maker Southcorp […]

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Deliveroo defends against wage theft case, says rider admitted he was a contractor
Employment January 22, 2020 7:06 pm By Christine Caulfield

Online food delivery platform Deliveroo has defended its business model in a wage theft case brought by a former delivery rider, saying he acknowledged he […]

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IP Australia can’t swallow Scotch Whisky Association’s opposition to Clyde River mark
Intellectual Property January 17, 2020 10:59 am By Miklos Bolza

The UK-based Scotch Whisky Association has lost its opposition to the Clyde River trade mark for use on alcoholic beverages, with an IP Australia delegate […]

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Domino’s faces possible class action by franchisees
Franchise January 8, 2020 9:47 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A law firm bringing the second of two cases by franchisees against Domino’s Pizza is weighing a possible class action against the fast food giant. […]

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Asahi’s $16B takeover of CUB gets frosty reception by ACCC
Competition & Consumer Protection December 12, 2019 11:15 pm By Christine Caulfield

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has raised concerns about Asahi’s proposed $16 billion acquisition of Carlton & United Breweries, saying the deal would likely […]

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Domino’s slammed by judge for ‘ridiculous’ redactions in class action docs
Franchise December 6, 2019 10:02 pm By Christine Caulfield

Pizza chain Domino’s has been blasted for redactions in documents it has produced in a class action over worker pay, with a judge warning the […]

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Burger chain owes $1.1M in worker underpayments
Employment December 6, 2019 2:18 pm By

Burger chain MOS Burger Australia has paid $1.12 million in outstanding wages owed to former workers, following an investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman. The […]

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Judge says High Court did not rule out common fund orders at settlement
Class Actions December 6, 2019 1:58 pm By Christine Caulfield

The High Court’s ruling Wednesday that judges have no power to issue a common fund order in the initial phases of a class action does […]

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