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Court OKs derivative suit against Pacific Current directors over merger
Securities 2020-02-25 11:35 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A Pacific Current shareholder has won court approval to bring a derivative lawsuit against certain current and former directors of the funds management company for […]

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Judge allows docs despite ‘real risk’ of prosecution for ex-Directed Electronics manager
Intellectual Property 2020-02-17 11:44 am By Miklos Bolza

A former manager of Australian electronics automotive developer Directed Electronics OE has failed to block access to certain documents in a corporate theft case, despite […]

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ASIC wins case over options trader’s ‘deliberate deception’
Financial Services 2020-02-05 4:09 pm By Miklos Bolza

ASIC has chalked up a victory in a long-running case against a Marshall Islands-based binary options trader, with a judge finding the trader engaged in […]

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Vocus class action to seek first common fund order since High Court ruling
Class Actions 2020-02-04 7:23 pm By Christine Caulfield

The funder behind the recently resolved shareholder class action against teleco Vocus will ask a judge to make a common fund order at a hearing […]

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Biosimilar drug makers settle IP spat over arthritis drug Humira
Intellectual Property 2020-01-21 2:21 pm By Christine Caulfield

German drug company Fresenius Kadi has resolved a patent case brought by Korean drug company Samsung Bioepis over a biosimilar of top selling arthritis drug […]

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Trivago misled hotel booking customers to boost income, court finds
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-01-21 11:48 am By Miklos Bolza

Hotel booking aggregator Trivago misled consumers about its cheapest price promise by arranging its listings according to payments it received instead of the actual hotel […]

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Vocus settles shareholder class action for $35M
Class Actions 2020-01-06 2:58 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Vocus Group has agreed to settle a shareholder class action over a 2017 profit downgrade, with its insurers footing most of the bill to resolve […]

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Full Federal Court rejects US exception to privilege against self incrimination
Appeals 2019-11-05 3:33 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The sole director and shareholder of OE Solutions can challenge a ruling ordering him to hand over seized documents to Australian automotive electronics developer Directed […]

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Coles’ $40M tax claim on evaporated fuel ‘artificial’, judge rules
Tax 2019-09-26 8:50 pm By Amelia Birnie

Supermarket giant Coles has lost an appeal over $40 million in tax credits it had claimed for fuel that evaporated or leaked from tanks at […]

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Sportsbet wants BetEasy trade marks removed for non-use
Intellectual Property 2019-09-12 5:45 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Bookmaker Sportsbet has expanded its case over rival BetEasy’s attempts to operate under the ‘Sportingbet’ trade mark, arguing its marks should be revoked for non-use. […]

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