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High Court won’t hear ALP members’ challenge to federal takeover of election
High Court 2022-03-31 10:49 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has declined special leave to members of the Victorian Labor party to challenge a judge’s finding that the pre-selection of ALP candidates […]

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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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ALP loses challenge to federal takeover ahead of election
Appeals 2022-02-25 9:58 pm By Sam Matthews

Members of the Victorian Labor party and associated unions have lost a bid to overturn a judge’s finding that the pre-selection of ALP candidates in […]

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Mitsubishi hit with class action over ‘misleading’ fuel economy labels
Class Actions 2021-11-29 3:21 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Japanese car maker Mitsubishi Motors has been hit with a class action for allegedly making misleading fuel efficiency representations on over 70,000 Triton Utes sold […]

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Mitsubishi faces class action after judge finds Triton fuel economy label misleading
Competition & Consumer Protection 2021-05-25 5:52 pm By Christine Caulfield

A law firm is set to file a class action against Mitsubishi Motors after a judge upheld a ruling that found the car maker engaged […]

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Injunction granted in branch stacking case against Labor MP
Policy and Regulation 2021-03-19 4:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Victorian Labor MP Marlene Kairouz has won an injunction temporarily blocking the Labor Party from bringing branch stacking charges against her. Kairouz filed a lawsuit […]

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Labor party slammed for ‘draconian’ laws in Victorian MP’s branch stacking case
Policy and Regulation 2021-02-17 6:16 pm By Miklos Bolza

A Victorian Labor MP accused of branch stacking has attacked the charges against her as invalid, telling the Victoria Supreme Court that they were brought […]

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‘Urgent action had to be taken’: Court tosses challenge to Victoria’s COVID-19 curfew
Coronavirus 2020-11-02 2:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Victoria Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit by restaurant owner and Liberal member Michelle Loielo challenging the validity of the Victoria government’s now dropped […]

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Judge dismisses Victorian government’s bid to split curfew case
Coronavirus 2020-10-01 2:58 pm By Miklos Bolza

The judge overseeing a challenge to Victoria’s recently lifted COVID-19 curfew has dismissed the state’s government bid to have the court split the hearing and […]

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Liberal member has no standing to bring anti-curfew suit, court hears
Coronavirus 2020-09-30 6:37 pm By Miklos Bolza

The health official behind Victoria’s now repealed curfew is seeking to dismiss a lawsuit brought against her challenging the directive on human rights grounds, claiming […]

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