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Mike Tyson sues Culture Kings over ‘misleading’ T-shirts
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-06-09 4:14 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Boxing champion Mike Tyson has sued Australian streetwear company Culture Kings for allegedly selling ‘misleading’ T-shirts featuring his image. In Federal Court proceedings filed June […]

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Jump swim school hit with $23M penalty for ‘very serious’ consumer law breaches
Franchise 2021-05-20 4:47 pm By Miklos Bolza

The failed franchisor behind the Jump Swim Schools brand has been hit with a $23 million penalty for what a Federal Court judge found were […]

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Brother of NBA star sues sister for defamation over historical sexual abuse allegations
Defamation 2021-04-20 4:53 pm By Miklos Bolza

The half-brother and manager of NBA star Ben Simmons has filed defamation proceedings against his half-sister over a barrage of tweets accusing him of sexually […]

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Ex-Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell must pay $90,000 in ASIC case
ASIC 2020-11-04 12:47 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Federal Court has ordered former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell to pay a $90,000 penalty after a “narrow” win for ASIC in its case […]

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ASIC won’t challenge loss in Tennis Australia case, but more claims may be coming
Sports 2020-12-09 9:52 pm By Miklos Bolza

ASIC will not appeal a Federal Court decision tossing the majority of its case against former Tennis Australia director Harold Mitchell and accusing the regulator […]

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Melbourne Storm takes ex-CEO Dave Donaghy to court over Broncos defection
Employment 2021-02-25 4:09 pm By Christine Caulfield

National rugby league team Melbourne Storm has brought legal action against former CEO Dave Donaghy seeking an injunction banning him from taking on the top […]

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Race car driver Max Twigg appeals ruling he misappropriated $100M from family trust fund
Sports 2021-02-02 2:52 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

Race car driver and former owner of the famed Byron Bay Hotel, Max Twigg, has launched an appeal of a ruling that he misappropriated around […]

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Rugby player Israel Folau escapes gay discrimination complaint
Sports 2020-11-18 7:24 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

A tribunal has rejected a gay discrimination complaint made by anti-discrimination activist Garry Burns against Rugby League player Israel Folau due to the “egregious” nature […]

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Erin Molan says Daily Mail defamed her with story on ‘hooka looka mooka’ remark
Defamation 2020-09-25 6:34 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Sports presenter Erin Molan has fired off a defamation lawsuit over the Daily Mail’s coverage of a remark she made during Nine’s Continuous Call radio […]

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Australian Olympic Committee, beer maker lay down arms in IP dispute
Intellectual Property 2020-08-26 12:36 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian Olympic Committee has settled litigation brought against a local microbrewery for allegedly violating its intellectual property by featuring the AOC coat of arms […]

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