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ACCC ‘contaminated’ key evidence in ANZ criminal cartel investigation, court hears
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-09-27 8:18 pm By Miklos Bolza

An investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has come under fire by the banks and directors targeted in a criminal case over alleged […]

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‘Serious questions’ raised over conduct of lawyers, funder behind Banksia class action, judge says
Class Actions 2019-09-26 2:01 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge overseeing a settled class action against failed Banksia Securities has rejected an application to limit a contradictor’s investigation of alleged professional misconduct on […]

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‘We have a right to a fair trial’: ANZ criminal cartel defendant slams CDPP’s lack of detail
Competition & Consumer Protection 2019-09-25 3:38 pm By Amelia Birnie

Lawyers for former Citigroup executive Stephen Roberts have complained that prosecutors have failed to provide a “shred of material” to explain his alleged involvement in […]

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APRA defends decision to bring failed IOOF case
Financial Services 2019-09-20 8:03 pm By Amelia Birnie

The prudential regulator is standing by its decision to bring proceedings against IOOF for alleged breaches of superannuation duties, despite criticism that such a “highly […]

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Judge slams APRA case against IOOF as ‘fundamentally inadequate’ and ‘tenuous in the extreme’
Financial Services 2019-09-20 10:04 am By Amelia Birnie

APRA’s purely documentary case against troubled fund manager IOOF has been dismissed by the Federal Court as “unpersuasive”, “fundamentally inadequate” and “tenuous in the extreme”, […]

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Law firm faces class action over Slater & Gordon acquisition advice
Business of Law 2019-09-18 9:09 pm By Miklos Bolza

An elite Melbourne law firm has become the latest target of Slater & Gordon shareholders whose stock went south after the plaintiffs firm’s disastrous $1.2 […]

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MACH Energy settles $20M lawsuit by former director
Employment 2019-09-17 10:18 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Mining firm MACH Energy has resolved a lawsuit brought by a former director seeking $20 million in shares allegedly owed under an equity incentive scheme. […]

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Judgment looms for IOOF execs in APRA’s disqualification case
Financial Services 2019-09-17 11:53 am By Christine Caulfield

Five IOOF executives will learn their fate this week when a judge rules on a disqualification bid by the prudential regulator, the first judgment to […]

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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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State Street can use evidence from Maurice Blackburn case in US suit against Fearless Girl artist
Intellectual Property 2019-09-06 11:45 pm By Christine Caulfield

State Street Global Advisors has been given the go-ahead to use evidence unearthed in its trade mark and copyright action against Maurice Blackburn over the […]

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