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‘High time’ to end uncertainty: Judge sets clock to run after class action abandoned
Class Actions 2022-04-27 11:52 am By Christine Caulfield

A judge has ruled that the discontinuance of a class action doesn’t lift the suspension of the limitations period on group member claims, and a […]

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KPMG settles with principal allegedly subjected to ‘aggressive, belittling’ emails
Employment 2022-04-27 2:08 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Accounting giant KPMG has resolved a lawsuit brought by a principal director who alleged he was told to “change and adjust” to “belittling” attacks by […]

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‘Don’t rock the boat’: Lawyer says Greenwoods & Freehills forced him out over Lendlease ‘tax dodge’
Tax 2022-04-26 2:29 pm By Christine Caulfield

A former Greenwoods & Freehills partner is suing the tax advisory firm and Lendlease, alleging he was effectively sacked after refusing to put his name […]

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NAB hit with human rights suit over ‘boy’s club culture’
Employment 2022-04-20 3:42 pm By Sam Matthews

NAB is facing a human rights suit from a senior employee who alleges she was subject to years of discrimination because of her race, gender […]

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Sydney-based investment firm faces racial discrimination suit
Employment 2022-04-20 1:17 pm By Sam Matthews

The top brass of Sydney-based investment firm Curve Securities have been named in a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee. Alexander Yu Chung […]

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Rentokil wins $3.4M judgment against ex-supply manager over fraudulent invoice scam
Employment 2022-04-19 5:39 pm By Sam Matthews

Pest control giant Rentokil has won its case against a former manager over an alleged multi-million dollar fraudulent invoice scheme, with a court ruling the […]

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Another aggrieved partner takes HWL Ebsworth boss to court
Business of Law 2022-04-19 5:06 pm By Christine Caulfield

HWL Ebsworth managing partner Juan Martinez is yet again the target of a lawsuit, the latest claiming he committed a “fundamental breach” by locking a […]

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Commissioner with frequent flyer card won’t recuse himself from Virgin vaccine challenge
Employment 2022-04-19 1:03 pm By Sam Matthews

Fair Work Commissioner Nick Wilson has dismissed a recusal bid by nine former Virgin employees who argued his frequent flyer membership with the airline meant […]

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Virgin CEO accused of ‘bullying and harassment’ in lawsuit by ex-chief pilot
Employment 2022-04-14 3:46 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A former chief pilot at Virgin Australia has filed a lawsuit claiming the airline sacked him after he made complaints and filed Fair Work Commission […]

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CFMEU’s serial offending opens door to maximum penalty, High Court says
Appeals 2022-04-13 5:17 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The High Court has ordered the building and construction union to pay a maximum fine of $63,000 for telling workers they could not be on […]

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