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ATO, Raptis Group to enter ‘commercial discussions’ in $110M tax case
Tax 2021-10-21 12:21 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Australian Taxation Office will have “commercial discussions” with Gold Coast property developer James Raptis before deciding whether to seek summary judgment in a case […]

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‘The writing seems to be on the wall’: Law firms actively considering no jab, no office policies
Business of Law 2021-09-29 10:03 pm By Bianca Hrovat

As Australia’s largest cities prepare to emerge from lockdown, law firms are doubling down on their efforts to vaccinate staff, with some going so far […]

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Lorna Jane hit with $5M penalty for misleading COVID-19 activewear claims
Coronavirus 2021-07-23 2:43 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has hit women’s activewear company Lorna Jane with a $5 million penalty for representing to consumers during the height of the coronavirus crisis […]

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Lorna Jane says it believed activewear would protect users from COVID-19
Coronavirus 2021-03-15 4:40 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Women’s activewear company Lorna Jane has defended ACCC allegations that it represented to consumers during that height of the coronavirus pandemic that its activewear would […]

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HopgoodGanim to cut partner, staff salaries
Business of Law 2020-04-20 5:33 pm By Alison Eveleigh

HopgoodGanim will cut equity partner income by 50 per cent and staff salaries and hours by 20 per cent for up to six months to […]

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Settlement in class action over ‘excessive’ legal fees won’t cover group members
Class Actions 2020-01-07 6:08 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A settlement has been reached that brings an end to a class action against a Queensland law firm for allegedly charging personal injury clients excessive […]

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The Israel Folau saga: could Rugby Australia’s sponsors be dragged into it?
Expert Insights 2019-07-15 4:42 pm By

The topical dispute between Rugby Australia (RA) and Israel Folau is presently one between two parties. However, recent comments made to the media by RA’s Chairman, Cameron […]

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Receivers can pay priority claims of employees directly, judge rules
Construction 2019-03-20 10:32 pm By Christine Caulfield

Receivers, not just liquidators, can distribute assets to satisfy priority claims of an insolvent company’s employees, a judge has ruled, settling a question of law […]

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MACH Energy faces $13M lawsuit by second fired exec
Energy & Natural Resources 2019-03-20 12:43 pm By Christine Caulfield

MACH Energy is fighting a second lawsuit by a former director alleging he is owed $13 million in shares under an equity incentive scheme based […]

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