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Finish Powerball maker sues detergent rival for ‘deceptively similar’ packaging
Intellectual Property 2021-08-17 4:00 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The maker of Finish dishwashing products is seeking an urgent injunction to clear a competitor’s products from supermarket shelves, alleging trademark infringement over “deceptively similar” […]

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Judge finds Phoenix Institute treated vulnerable customers with ‘callous indifference’
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-08-13 4:26 pm By Miklos Bolza

A judge has found collapsed education provider Phoenix Institute acted unconscionably and with “callous indifference” by enticing vulnerable consumers to enrol in unsuitable courses with […]

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COVID-19 delays judgment in ACCC’s long-running case against private college Phoenix
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-08-06 3:37 pm By Miklos Bolza

Sydney’s ongoing COVID-19 lockdown has created “logistical” difficulties delaying the release of a long awaited judgment in the ACCC’s consumer law case against collapsed private […]

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Court scuttles Adani’s water plans for Carmichael coal mine
Energy & Natural Resources 2021-05-25 5:27 pm By Christine Caulfield

Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine in Queensland has hit another potential snag, with the Federal Court on Tuesday sending the company’s moves to pump 12.5 […]

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Arnott’s asks court to nuke Goodman Fielder’s ‘Plantry’ frozen foods trade mark
Intellectual Property 2021-04-21 3:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

Food giants Arnott’s and Campbells have hit back in an infringement case over their ‘Plantly’ trade mark, filing a cross-claim that seeks to cancel rival […]

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Arnott’s, Campbell won’t use ‘Plantly’ logo while TM infringement case simmers
Intellectual Property 2021-03-30 11:55 am By Christine Caulfield

Food giants Arnott’s and Campbell will stop using their ‘Plantly’ logo on any new products pending the resolution of a trade mark infringement lawsuit brought […]

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Judge urges Komatsu to consider ‘adequacy’ of sex harassment defence
Employment 2020-08-05 7:24 pm By Alison Eveleigh

A judge has told mining equipment provider Komatsu to consider whether its sex harassment policies and training are an “adequate” defence to serious allegations of […]

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NRL says Telstra wanted ‘tough action’ following player scandals
Employment 2019-07-30 6:48 pm By Amelia Birnie

The National Rugby League has revealed major sponsor Telstra demanded “tough action” after the so-called “Summer of Hell” of player scandals, as it attempts to […]

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Adani defeats appeal in native title challenge to Queensland coal mine
Energy & Natural Resources 2019-07-12 10:30 pm By Christine Caulfield

A group of Indigenous Australians opposed to Adani’s Carmichael coal mine in Queensland has lost an appeal of a ruling dismissing a native title case […]

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Aboriginal art supplier fined $2.3M for duping customers with fakes
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-06-26 1:26 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has fined an Aboriginal art and souvenir supplier a total of $2.3 million after ruling that the Queensland-based company, which is now in […]

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