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RAMS mulls cross-claim against franchisees in class action
Class Actions 2024-06-13 2:24 pm By Sam Matthews

Westpac subsidiary RAMS has flagged a cross-claim against disgruntled franchisees who say their agreements were terminated without proper cause, citing possible breaches of the National […]

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Judge worries about declassing COVID-19 business interruption cases
Class Actions 2024-06-12 11:05 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has raised concerns about bids to declass group proceedings over alleged business interruption losses during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the […]

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‘The whole purpose is undermined’: Judge irked by referee pick in AUSTRAC case against Star
Simon White 2024-06-11 3:26 pm By Sam Matthews

The judge overseeing AUSTRACā€™s case against Star Entertainment has questioned the partiesā€™ agreement to refer questions of fact and law to a former judge for […]

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Griffin Coal receivers dodge misconduct investigation over coal supply agreements
Energy & Natural Resources 2024-06-11 10:33 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The owner of a major coal power station in Western Australia has lost its bid for an inquiry into alleged misconduct by the receivers of […]

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Monster Energy settles trade mark fight with PepsiCo over popular snack food
Intellectual Property 2024-06-07 12:21 pm By Christine Caulfield

A three-year court battle over PepsiCo’s Monster Munch trade mark has been resolved, with Monster Energy negotiating the removal of some beverage products that would […]

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End of the road for Hells Angels in fight for damages against Redbubble
Intellectual Property 2024-06-06 11:07 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The High Court has declined to step in after Hells Angels’ award of $78,000 in damages for online marketplace Redbubble’s infringement of its trade marks […]

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ASIC scores third straight win in greenwashing cases
Greenwashing 2024-06-05 9:55 pm By Sam Matthews

The corporate regulator is on a winning streak in its greenwashing cases, with a judge rejecting Active Super’s attempt to qualify its ā€œunequivocalā€ statements about […]

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Pacific Werribee shopping centre owners mull $335M suit against Probuild
Construction 2024-06-05 2:24 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The co-owners of Pacific Werribee shopping centre in Victoria have largely won their bid for insurance documents as they weigh a second case against collapsed […]

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Don’t ask AI questions you don’t already know the answers to, law firm says
AI 2024-05-28 11:26 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Lawyers are in no immediate danger of losing their jobs to AI, according to a leading law firm, which has foundĀ that asking large language models […]

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ANZ says bailout by underwriters of $2.5B share placement not relevant to ASX
Securities 2024-05-23 11:41 pm By Sam Matthews

Challenging a ruling that it breached its continuous disclosure obligations, ANZ has argued on appeal that it did not need to inform the ASX of […]

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