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Appeal lodged in class action by cruise voyagers forced to take the bus
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-06-24 10:18 pm By Sam Matthews

Cruise operator Scenic Tours is appealing a courtroom loss that could see it owing $25 million in damages in a class action by travelers who […]

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Crown Sydney gets go-ahead to resume NSW gaming operations
Gaming 2022-06-22 3:11 pm By Sam Matthews

Crown Casino has been given conditional approval to reopen gaming operations in Sydney following its takeover by private equity firm Blackstone. The rehabilitation of the […]

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Maddocks fights $13M judgment, says negligence was ‘marginal’
Professional Negligence 2022-06-20 9:42 pm By Sam Matthews

Appealing a $13 million damages judgment for negligent advice to a former client that allegedly led to a botched sale and administration, law firm Maddocks […]

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Lawyers urge AG to retain flexibility of COVID-era online hearings
Courts 2022-06-17 9:34 pm By Sam Matthews

The head of NSW’s peak legal body has called on the state’s Attorney General to retain a number of COVID-19 measures to improve access to […]

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‘Parlous situation’: Mascot Towers owners file court bid to sell troubled buildings
Construction 2022-06-17 4:51 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Owners of Sydney’s Mascot Towers are facing a “parlous situation” as they file an urgent court bid to sell the two buildings after $16 million […]

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Law firm investigates class action over NDIS data breach
Privacy & Cybersecurity 2022-06-07 5:22 pm By Sam Matthews

The law firm behind Australia’s first privacy class action is investigating a recent breach which left the personal information of thousands of participants in the […]

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Social justice law firm sued by solicitor claiming $185,000 in wages
Employment 2022-06-06 9:16 pm By Sam Matthews

A solicitor who says she wasn’t paid for three years before her termination is suing her former employer — a “community-oriented” Sydney law firm — […]

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Pitcher Partners wants $127M Twigg family lawsuit heard in Victoria
Financial Services 2022-06-03 4:54 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Pitcher Partners has filed a bid to transfer a $127 million lawsuit brought by the Twigg family alleging the accounting firm helped Max Twigg misappropriate […]

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King & Wood Mallesons nabs Gilbert + Tobin competition ace
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-06-02 9:08 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Top tier law firm King & Wood Mallesons has lured leading competition lawyer Luke Woodward to bolster its regulatory practice. Woodward joins KWM’s Sydney officer […]

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‘Chickens coming home to roost’: NSW faces multiplying claims by junior doctors
Employment 2022-05-25 3:53 pm By Sam Matthews

The New South Wales government has pushed to consolidate a class action accusing it of failing to pay overtime hours to junior doctors with multiplying […]

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