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Airservices managers left worse off under individual contracts, class action trial hears
Employment 2019-04-02 9:31 pm By Miklos Bolza

Lawyers for a class action against the Federal Government-owned Airservices told a court Tuesday that higher salaries on individually negotiated management contracts did not leave […]

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Trial in novel employment class action against Airservices set to begin
Employment 2019-03-29 8:39 pm By Miklos Bolza

Trial in a class action over employment contracts for Airservices’ managers that allegedly left the staff worse off than relevant enterprise agreements kicks off Tuesday, […]

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Ultra Tune to fight $2.6M fine for misleading franchisee, fabricating evidence
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-03-27 3:00 pm By Christine Caulfield

Ultra Tune is challenging a court ruling that socked it with a $2.6 million penalty in a case brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer […]

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JustKapital founder may drag Corrs Chambers Westgarth into $1M dispute
Business of Law 2019-03-14 10:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The founder of JustKapital is considering adding Corrs Chambers Westgarth to a lawsuit he brought seeking nearly $1 million allegedly owed as part of a […]

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ABC, Fairfax slam judge’s ‘narrow’ definition of espionage in Chau Chak Wing appeal
Defamation 2019-02-21 3:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

Media organisations ABC and Fairfax have argued that a judge’s definition of espionage was “artificially narrow” when striking out their truth defence to a defamation […]

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Ultra Tune slapped with $2.6M fine for misleading franchisees, deceiving court
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-01-18 4:25 pm By Christine Caulfield

National car repair franchise Ultra Tune has been ordered to pay a $2.6 million penalty, with a judge finding the firm had not only breached […]

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Clipsal copycat seller gets more time to pay contempt fine in trade mark case
Intellectual Property 2019-01-08 8:55 pm By Christine Caulfield

A man charged with contempt of court for failing to hand over infringing products in a trade mark case won by electrical goods manufacturer Clipsal […]

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Seven employee sues network for wages after exit to Ten
Employment 2018-10-30 11:33 pm By Miklos Bolza

Seven Network’s former director of program partnerships is suing the national broadcaster for putting her on unpaid maternity leave and extending her non-compete period after […]

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Airservices judge OKs common fund despite Westpac’s Money Max appeal
Class Actions 2018-10-12 11:23 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A federal judge has signed off on a funding agreement in an employment class action against Airservices, even as he acknowledged a pending challenge to […]

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Reckitt lozenge ads banned for good as case by Difflam maker ends
Healthcare 2018-10-05 2:15 pm By Miklos Bolza

Consumer goods giant Reckitt Benckiser has been permanently barred from displaying select ads for its Strepfen throat lozenges, as the Federal Court dismissed proceedings filed […]

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