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Redbubble can’t dodge Hells Angels trade mark infringement claims
Intellectual Property 2022-03-08 6:24 pm By Miklos Bolza

Online marketplace Redbubble cannot rely on the terms of a settlement with the US chapter of Hells Angels to avoid trade mark infringement claims by […]

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Mitsubishi hits back at class action, says it can’t be sued over fuel efficiency labels
Class Actions 2022-03-04 9:46 pm By Sam Matthews

Mitsubishi has denied class action allegations that it made misleading fuel efficiency representations on labels affixed to the windshields of over 70,000 Triton Utes, and […]

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Bayer tries to revive patent term extension for contraceptive drug
Intellectual Property 2022-03-03 10:00 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Bayer says the patents office was wrong to quash an extension for its patent covering an oral contraceptive on the grounds that its application should […]

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Greensill insurer BCC, sacked manager dragged into cases against IAG
Insurance 2022-03-02 11:00 pm By Christine Caulfield

Tokio Marine subsidiary Bond & Credit Company and fired underwriter Greg Brereton have been pulled into lawsuits targeting Insurance Australia Group over trade credit policies […]

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CBA says branch arrangements ‘critical’ to defence of $45M rest break case
Employment 2022-03-01 9:39 pm By Sam Matthews

Commonwealth Bank has won more time to examine the particular work arrangements in 24 individual branches, as it fights allegations of systemic failures to provide […]

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Maurice Blackburn ‘more savvy than the rest of us’, judge says in Fearless Girl spat
Intellectual Property 2022-02-22 9:21 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A Full Federal Court judge has questioned whether law firm Maurice Blackburn was “savvy” to the origins of New York’s famous Fearless Girl statue when […]

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Insurers defeat appeals in COVID-19 business interruption test cases
Coronavirus 2022-02-21 5:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

An appeals court challenge by a group of small businesses seeking coverage under business interruption insurance policies for losses flowing from COVID-19 restrictions has largely […]

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CBA wants more info on $45M rest break lawsuit
Employment 2022-02-21 4:21 pm By Sam Matthews

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia wants more details about the Finance Sector Union’s allegations that it failed to provide thousands of employees with paid rest breaks […]

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ACCC faces tough questions in appeal of NSW Ports competition case
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-02-17 2:15 pm By Christine Caulfield

An appeals court grilled counsel for the ACCC on the first day of a hearing challenging the dismissal of its case over a NSW government […]

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IP Australia puts kibosh on extension for Bayer’s contraceptive patent
Intellectual Property 2022-02-08 10:56 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

IP Australia has quashed an extension for a patent covering a Bayer oral contraceptive, saying the extension should have been calculated based on a drug […]

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