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‘Absolutely ludicrous’: Judge pans witness numbers in ISG sex discrimination case
Employment 2023-04-03 11:59 am By Christine Caulfield

The judge overseeing a sex discrimination and harassment lawsuit by the only female partner at global technology research company Information Services Group has lashed out […]

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Developers added to Apple, Google class actions despite conflict concerns
Class Actions 2023-03-23 4:38 pm By Cindy Cameronne

App developers can be added as group members in class actions against Apple and Google alleging they engaged in anti-competitive conduct in operating their app […]

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Facebook to cop penalty in ACCC case over ‘misleading’ data protection app
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2023-03-10 3:20 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Facebook will face a penalty in the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s case alleging it misled consumers by representing that its discontinued Onavo Protect mobile […]

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TikTok loses trade mark battle with mortgage tech startup Tic:Toc
Social Media 2023-03-09 11:47 pm By Christine Caulfield

The owner of Chinese social media giant TikTok has lost its challenge to the registration of a trade mark for home loan tech startup Tic:Toc. […]

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Ex-Nuix CEO appeals loss in $180M case over options agreement
Appeals 2023-03-08 3:07 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Former Nuix CEO Edward Sheehy is challenging his loss in a lawsuit claiming he’s owed $183 million in options under a 2008 agreement with the […]

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Fitbit says ACCC must show why 45-day refund limit is not reasonable
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-03-01 4:20 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Google-owned Fitbit has denied ACCC allegations it misled consumers about their rights concerning faulty devices, and has challenged the regulator on its claim that it […]

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Ex-Big Un CEO charged with insider trading after ASIC investigation
White Collar 2023-02-14 6:15 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The former CEO of Big Un Limited has been hit with criminal charges and could face up to ten years in prison after he allegedly […]

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Ex-Nuix director wants class action shelved until ASIC case wraps up
Class Actions 2023-02-02 4:12 pm By Sam Matthews

A former Nuix director has made a bid to stay a shareholder class action, which accuses the software company of failing to alert the market […]

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From $2.8M win to just $6,000, Microsoft’s case against computer retailer crashes to earth
Intellectual Property 2023-01-16 1:35 pm By Sam Matthews

Microsoft has won a pittance for copyright infringement but copped a “substantial costs order” in its six-year-old intellectual property suit against a Melbourne computer retailer […]

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Body of work: 3D printed cadaver patent faces legal challenge
Intellectual Property 2023-01-01 11:17 pm By Cindy Cameronne

An Adelaide digital printing firm has brought a case against two healthcare companies in the United States, challenging a patent for producing 3D printed, artificial […]

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