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Slater & Gordon says lawsuit over private equity takeover names wrong defendant
Securities 2024-02-21 4:11 pm By Christine Caulfield

Slater & Gordon is seeking summary dismissal of a case brought by a shareholder over the plaintiff firm’s takeover by private equity firm Allegro, saying […]

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Producer sues ABC for $290,000 in alleged underpayments
Employment 2024-02-20 9:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A senior ABC producer has sued the broadcaster, alleging he’s owed $290,000 in underpayments, including for working an average 70 hours a week on the […]

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Stanwell flags rare ‘no case to answer’ submission in Qld energy class action
Class Actions 2024-02-16 4:20 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Queensland power company Stanwell has flagged a possible ‘no case to answer’ submission in an upcoming competition class action trial that would seek to shut […]

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No evidence Ben Roberts-Smith given full benefit of presumption of innocence, appeals court told
Defamation 2024-02-05 11:34 pm By Sam Matthews

The judge who found that disgraced soldier Ben Roberts-Smith committed war crimes in Afghanistan did not show “full consideration of the presumption of innocence” in […]

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Ex-Liberal MP Moira Deeming can’t use court to pare 67 defamation claims, judge says
Defamation 2024-02-02 3:54 pm By Sam Matthews

Former Victorian Liberal MP Moira Deeming has lost a bid to split her defamation case against state party leader John Pesutto, after a judge expressed […]

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PepsiCo appeals loss in case over royalty withholding tax
Tax 2024-01-22 3:50 pm By Christine Caulfield

US drink giant PepsiCo has lodged an appeal of a court win for the Australian Taxation Office over payments made by Schweppes under a distribution […]

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Government rejects $510M settlement offer in live exports class action
Class Actions 2024-01-19 5:22 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The Minister for Agriculture has rejected an offer to settle a nine-year-old class action over the government’s 2011 ban on the live export of cattle […]

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Referee who accused NRL of bullying loses unfair dismissal suit
Employment 2024-01-18 4:48 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A former National Rugby League referee has lost his unfair dismissal lawsuit alleging he suffered bullying and victimisation, with a judge finding the league did […]

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Anglicare denies duty of care to family members in COVID-19 outbreak class action
Class Actions 2024-01-17 2:51 pm By Sam Matthews

Aged care provider Anglicare has hit back at a class action filed on behalf of 25 people whose loved ones died during a COVID-19 outbreak […]

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‘You’re being very dramatic’: Judge hears of vaccine developer’s ‘life and death’ fight with uni
Employment 2024-01-16 11:06 pm By Sam Matthews

A court fight has broken out between a vaccine developer and South Australia’s Flinders University over the supply of mice and access to a lab […]

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