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Defendants rail against pleadings in 5-year-old Lane Cove Tunnel dispute
Construction 2022-06-30 9:37 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has indicated he will allow the operator of Sydney’s Lane Cove Tunnel to amend its pleadings in a lawsuit against Thiess, John Holland […]

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ACCC may put brakes on Aurizon’s $2.3B bid for One Rail
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-06-09 9:56 pm By Harry Thomas

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has raised preliminary concerns that Aurizon’s proposed $2.3 billion acquisition of rail haulage company One Rail could stymie competition […]

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Qantas takes fight over axing of ground staff to High Court
High Court 2022-06-02 11:23 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Qantas has asked the High Court to reverse a judgment that found it violated the Fair Work Act by axing 1,800 ground staff partly to […]

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Uber appeals ruling it sought Freehills’ advice on how not to get ‘caught’
Class Actions 2022-05-31 2:17 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Uber has appealed a ruling that found many of its email exchanges with its lawyers were made in furtherance of offences at the centre of […]

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NSW transport authority ex-manager gave mates $12M in contracts, ICAC finds
Public Corruption 2022-05-23 9:50 pm By Sam Matthews

A former manager at the NSW Roads and Maritime Services awarded over $12.2 million in government contracts to two companies owned by his friends, the […]

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Uber sought Herbert Smith Freehills’ advice on how to get away with alleged class action offences, judge says
Class Actions 2022-04-27 6:10 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has denied Uber’s attempts to withhold documents in two lawsuits on the basis of legal professional privilege, finding many of the client-lawyer communications […]

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Uber agrees to $26M penalty over misleading ride cancellation fee warnings
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-04-26 11:47 am By Christine Caulfield

Uber has admitted to making misleading statements to passengers and has agreed to pay $26 million in penalties in a case by the consumer regulator […]

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Another aggrieved partner takes HWL Ebsworth boss to court
Business of Law 2022-04-19 5:06 pm By Christine Caulfield

HWL Ebsworth managing partner Juan Martinez is yet again the target of a lawsuit, the latest claiming he committed a “fundamental breach” by locking a […]

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Aurizon wins share capital dispute over $4.4B loan during 2010 float
Tax 2022-04-13 3:09 pm By Miklos Bolza

Rail freight operator Aurizon has triumphed in a tax dispute with the ATO, with a court finding that credit for a $4.4 billion loan by […]

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ACCC flags competition concerns over $1.2B Port of Geelong acquisition
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-03-31 1:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The ACCC has expressed preliminary concerns that Spirit Super and Palisade Investment Partners’ proposed $1.2 billion acquisition of the Port of Geelong could substantially lessen […]

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