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Tyro lawsuit accuses authorised rep of pushing competing EFTPOS product
Fintech 2023-09-04 2:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Fintech Tyro has taken an authorised representative to court for allegedly breaching its contractual obligations by pushing a competing payment system on merchants. In proceedings […]

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Lights out on Hanhwa’s solar cell patent infringement suit
Intellectual Property 2023-09-01 11:57 pm By Christine Caulfield

A solar cell patent at the heart of intellectual property litigation brought by South Korean technology giant Hanwha has been found invalid. Hanwha lost its […]

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Block’s point-of-sale invention not patentable, IP Australia says
Intellectual Property 2023-08-14 11:20 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

IP Australia has rejected Afterpay owner Block’s bid to patent a method for adjusting animations to enable a large volume of point-of-sale transactions on mobile […]

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UbiPark wins claim of unjustified litigation threats by patent owner
Intellectual Property 2023-08-03 3:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

After winning a rare interim injunction restraining the owners of a patent from threatening litigation, carparking technology company UbiPark has prevailed in its claim the […]

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Facebook owner Meta fined $20M for misleading data privacy app
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-07-26 9:48 am By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has ordered Meta to pay a $20 million penalty for misleading consumers by representing that its discontinued Onavo Protect mobile app would keep […]

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Ferroglobe accuses ASX company of using confidential IP after failed collaboration
Intellectual Property 2023-07-19 10:52 pm By Gareth Baker

Ferroglobe has claimed a Queensland technology company used its confidential information in new patent applications, as the global specialty metals producer races to protect its […]

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Nuix’s discovery bill questioned in legal costs fight with former CEO
Employment 2023-07-12 3:41 pm By Gareth Baker

A court has queried Nuix’s claim for $500,000 in discovery expenses in an unsuccessful suit by former CEO Edward Sheehy over share options, and has […]

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Data brokers in ACCC’s sights over info harvesting
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-07-10 4:54 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has set its sights on data brokers such as Equifax and Corelogic amid concerns about harms to consumers from […]

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ACCC takes Secure Parking to court over ‘deceptive’ car spot booking service
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-07-06 5:00 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has brought proceedings against carpark operator Secure Parking, claiming its duped customers in major cities with its misleading car […]

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Corrs drops client in Peloton trade mark case after fee dispute, court told
Intellectual Property 2023-07-05 1:42 pm By Gareth Baker

Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has ceased acting for Mad Dogg Athletics in its defence against a trade mark lawsuit by Peloton Interactive, one of […]

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