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Qantas engineers lose appeal over COVID-19 stand down orders
Coronavirus 2022-04-01 5:39 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Aircraft engineers for Qantas have lost a challenge to a ruling that the airline had no “genuine choice” when it stood them down in March […]

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Full Court ‘compelled’ to find class closure judgment ‘plainly wrong’
Class Actions 2022-03-28 11:06 am By Miklos Bolza

The Full Federal Court has found that a landmark NSW Court of Appeal decision barring group members from being notified of future class closure orders […]

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ASIC seeks recusal of former Freehills lawyer in costs spat with ex-Tennis Australia boss
ASIC 2022-03-18 1:17 pm By Miklos Bolza

ASIC has asked a Federal Court registrar who previously worked at Herbert Smith Freehills to step down from overseeing remaining costs disputes in its failed […]

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Doral defeats ‘speculative’ pre-action discovery bid over $32M Keysbrook mine sale
Energy & Natural Resources 2022-03-15 5:54 pm By Miklos Bolza

Doral Mineral Sands has successfully blocked a pre-action discovery bid by an irate shareholder over losses stemming from the $32 million Keysbrook mine sale, with […]

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Seven in talks to settle fight with broadcaster over 7HD trade mark
Intellectual Property 2022-03-14 11:15 am By Christine Caulfield

Seven Network is in negotiations with Bangkok Broadcasting to resolve their spat over the Thai broadcaster’s proposed 7HD trade mark, which was found to be […]

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Worley shareholders win appeals court battle to revive class action
Breaking News 2022-03-11 2:34 pm By Christine Caulfield

An appeals court has sided with shareholders in their challenge to a ruling tossing a class action against engineering services company Worley, which was found […]

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Flying Eureka Flag at construction sites banned under building code, court finds
Employment 2022-03-11 9:24 pm By Miklos Bolza

A court has found that flying flags associated with the Eureka Rebellion or displaying material bearing union mottos and indicia at construction sites contravenes the […]

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Court won’t let class action parties pay for judge to travel for Sydney trial
Class Actions 2022-03-10 3:41 pm By Christine Caulfield

The Federal Court won’t permit a Melbourne-based judge to travel to Sydney on the dime of the parties in a class action against wealth management […]

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Palmer salvages defence in spat with CITIC over $5.8B Sino Iron project
Energy & Natural Resources 2022-03-09 1:33 pm By Miklos Bolza

An appeal by billionaire Clive Palmer and his mining company Mineralogy has succeeded in reinstating parts of their defence attacking the state of mind of […]

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After 30 years, class action market in a state of enormous flux
30 years of class actions in Australia 2022-03-08 4:57 pm By Editor

As we reach the 30-year anniversary of the modern form of class action in Australia, an enduring characteristic of class action practice in this country […]

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