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Light rail class action can’t claim funder’s commission as damages
Class Actions 2024-02-22 10:36 am By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has declined a novel bid by the lead applicant in a class action over disruptions stemming from the construction of Sydney’s $3 billion […]

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Arbitration clause sending shipping dispute to UK not void, High Court finds
Arbitration 2024-02-14 11:37 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Adani subsidiary Carmichael Rail has lost its High Court challenge seeking to have a dispute over damaged steel rails heard in Australian Federal Court rather […]

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Freight operators have a cow over port direction holding up vessel with $5.2M in cattle
Agriculture 2024-02-09 9:06 pm By Sam Matthews

Two marine freight companies have lost a fight with a local council which refused to allow it to unload 3,000 head of cattle at Apollo […]

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Qube can draw on $7M in spat with Martinus over interstate rail project
Transportation & Infrastructure 2024-01-26 3:12 pm By Christine Caulfield

Martinus Rail cant stop logistics company Qube from calling on $7 million in bank guarantees as part of a dispute over the construction of the […]

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Sydney light rail class action judge fears ‘opening a can of worms’ in siloing funder’s 40% cut
Class Actions 2023-12-13 9:05 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The lead plaintiff in a class action over Sydney’s light rail construction, who is seeking a $3 million judgment, has brought a novel bid for […]

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Qantas stands by defence in ghost flights case
Competition & Consumer Protection 2023-12-04 9:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Qantas has hit back the ACCC’s argument that the airline failed to respond to key allegations in its ‘ghost flights’ case, telling the court it’s […]

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India may take ruling over foreign state immunity waiver to High Court
Arbitration 2023-11-10 11:03 am By Sam Matthews

The government of India has flagged a possible special leave application if it loses its appeal of a decision finding it can’t avoid a $111.3 […]

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Law firm dropped from light rail class action can’t keep $1.25M security
Class Actions 2023-10-26 8:09 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A law firm that was dropped after feuding with the funder in a successful class action over Sydney’s light rail construction has lost a bid […]

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India can’t avoid $111.3M arbitral award over aerospace investments
Arbitration 2023-10-24 4:16 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The Indian government has lost its bid to dodge a $111.3 million arbitral award in a dispute with three Mauritian companies that invested in Indian […]

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High Court finds Victoria’s electric car tax invalid
High Court 2023-10-18 12:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has struck down a Victorian tax on electric cars, finding the state usurped powers held only by the federal government. The 7-1 […]

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