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Noni B owner must fork over docs over potential Spam Act violations
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2022-05-16 3:26 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Mosaic Brands has lost its appeal of a ruling ordering it to comply with a request for documents from the Australian Communications and Media Authority […]

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Seeing red: Priceline can’t trade mark signature pink
Intellectual Property 2022-05-06 11:03 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Discount pharmacy Priceline cannot trade mark the signature bright pink that adorns it shopfront signs and awnings, an IP Australia delegate has found. Priceline failed […]

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Trivago hit with $44.7M penalty for ‘highly misleading’ hotel deals
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-04-22 10:49 am By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has slapped Trivago with $44.7 million in penalties for a “startlingly misleading” rankings system used on its travel comparison website which it reaped […]

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7-Eleven class action lawyer accused of retaliation, deliberate late billing
Class Actions 2022-03-30 9:39 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A solicitor running two franchisee class actions against 7-Eleven “retaliated” against a group member who objected to a $98 million settlement and issued a late […]

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Romeo’s class action settlement issues put approval in doubt, judge says
Class Actions 2022-03-30 6:52 pm By Christine Caulfield

Questions raised about the structure of a settlement of two wage class actions against supermarket chain Romeo’s don’t just threaten to reduce the law firm’s […]

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Contradictor backs $98M class action settlement given 7-Eleven’s ‘significant’ risk of losing at trial
Class Actions 2022-03-29 10:20 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A $98 million settlement reached in two franchisee class actions against 7-Eleven is “appropriate” given the likelihood that the convenience store giant would have lost […]

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7-Eleven class action funder’s commission should be cut by $10M, court told
Class Actions 2022-03-28 7:20 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Litigation funder Galactic should receive a $15 million commission for its work on two franchisee class actions against convenience store giant 7-Eleven, instead of the […]

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Peters served with $12M penalty for exclusive dealing
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-03-25 1:51 pm By Sam Matthews

Peters Ice Cream has been hit with a $12 million penalty after admitting to entering an anti-competitive exclusive agreement for distribution of its single serve […]

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‘This is nuts’: Judge torpedoes notice in Tyro class action while fight over group definition plays out
Class Actions 2022-03-17 3:32 pm By Sam Matthews

Calling it the “elephant in the room”, a judge overseeing a class action against Tyro over a major EFTPOS outage last year has said a […]

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Electronics giant Uniden faces court fight over design of latest radio
Intellectual Property 2022-03-17 4:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

Japan’s Uniden has been hit with an intellectual property lawsuit by Australia’s only CB radio manufacturer, which alleges the upcoming launch by the wireless communications […]

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