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Uber takes Aussie IT company to court over ‘Geeks’ trade mark
Intellectual Property 2021-02-10 3:23 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

Uber has dragged an Australian IT services company to court after failing to win removal of the company’s ‘Uber Geeks’ trade mark for its home-visiting […]

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ACCC secures $83.5M in fines over vehicle shipping cartel
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-02-04 10:43 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Norwegian shipping company Wallenius Wilhlmsen Ocean has been fined $24 million for conspiring to fix the rates charged for shipping vehicles to Australia, bringing the […]

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Cabcharge provider sues Melbourne, Sydney cabbies over trade mark
Intellectual Property 2021-01-25 12:41 pm By Miklos Bolza

The company behind the popular taxi payment system Cabcharge has filed a lawsuit against 11 small taxi businesses accusing them of infringing its trade marks […]

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Tech company Sarb can amend case over Melbourne parking detector patent
Intellectual Property 2021-01-21 1:34 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

Data technology company Sarb Management Group has been granted leave to amend its patent infringement cross claim against Vehicle Monitoring Systems in a lawsuit over […]

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Unions take JobKeeper fight with Qantas to High Court
Employment 2021-01-13 4:46 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Three unions representing Qantas workers have asked the High Court for special leave to appeal a ruling from the Full Federal Court siding with the […]

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Ex-GM says John Holland fired him for blowing the whistle on safety issues
Employment 2021-01-13 12:20 pm By Miklos Bolza

A former general manager has sued engineering and construction firm John Holland Group alleging he was fired for raising safety concerns about defects in the […]

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Unions take sick leave case for stood-down Qantas workers to High Court
Appeals 2020-12-23 4:10 pm By Christine Caulfield

Unions for 20,000 Qantas workers on stand-down orders amid the coronavirus pandemic have asked the High Court to overturn a ruling that they are not […]

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Qantas outsourcing test case narrowed after judge criticises ‘extra layer of complication’
Employment 2020-12-23 2:23 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Transport Workers’ Union has amended its case against Qantas challenging a decision to outsource 2,000 jobs, after a Federal Court judge urged the union […]

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Fairfax settles defamation lawsuit by former Toll chair Roy Horsburgh
Fairfax Media 2020-12-18 1:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Fairfax Media has issued an apology and settled a lawsuit by former Toll Group chairman Ray Horsburgh over an Australian Financial Review article that allegedly […]

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Qantas did not misuse Jobkeeper, appeals court finds
Employment 2020-12-17 9:30 pm By Christine Caulfield

The terms of the Fair Work Act do not guarantee employees of Qantas or potentially any workers in Australia the right to entitlements such as […]

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