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‘Strained and fanciful’: Court tosses Telstra suit over Optus’ ‘more than ever before’ ads
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-09-25 1:52 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Telstra has suffered a defeat in its lawsuit accusing competitor Singtel Optus of violating consumer laws with ads claiming it is “covering more of Australia […]

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Oscar Wylee fined $3.5M for its ‘betrayal’ of consumers
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-09-18 1:00 pm By Christine Caulfield

Eyewear retailer Oscar Wylee has been fined $3.5 million for its misleading ‘Buy a pair, Give a pair’ promotion, with a judge calling the representations […]

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Judge sinks discovery hopes in NSW Ports competition case
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-09-17 6:04 pm By Alison Eveleigh

A maritime development company has had its discovery hopes dashed in its stayed competition lawsuit against NSW Ports, with an judge finding that the company […]

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Common fund orders under attack again in Takata airbags class action
Class Actions 2020-09-16 2:47 pm By Alison Eveleigh

Common fund orders are again under scrutiny in a class action which was at the centre of the High Court’s decision to strike down the […]

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ACCC calls for $3.5M penalty for Oscar Wylee’s ‘brazen’ charity misrepresentations
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-09-15 7:46 pm By Alison Eveleigh

The ACCC has asked a court to impose a $3.5 million penalty against eyewear retailer Oscar Wylee for making misleading representations about its charitable donations […]

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ACCC can’t stop buy now, pay later finance in solar industry
Energy & Natural Resources 2020-09-15 11:37 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian Competition Tribunal has shot down ACCC moves to restrict the use of buy now, pay later finance for the purchase of solar goods […]

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Grocon must pay security to pursue $270M lawsuit over Barangaroo development
Construction 2020-09-14 10:37 pm By Christine Caulfield

Australian construction company Grocon has been ordered to pay $1 million in security for costs to continue its pursuit of a $270 million lawsuit against […]

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Greens want ABC, SBS included in media bargaining code
Media 2020-09-14 4:50 pm By Christine Caulfield

The Greens party is urging the Morrison Government to include the ABC and SBS in its mandatory media bargaining code, saying the plan to make […]

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NAB units ordered to pay $57.5M in ASIC fees for no service case
Financial Services 2020-09-11 11:28 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The Australian Securities and and Investments Commission has won a $57.5 million judgment against two units of National Australia Bank for making misleading representations to […]

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‘Vague and general’: Judge knocks cryptocurrency class action
Class Actions 2020-09-11 2:46 pm By Miklos Bolza

A  judge has slammed the pleadings in a $1 billion class action against Facebook and Google over cryptocurrency ad bans as “vague and general” and […]

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