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Solicitor’s defamation case against Victoria’s State Revenue Office revived
Employment 2022-06-06 6:52 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A former solicitor at the Victorian state revenue office who was dismissed after alleged sexual harassment and “scandalous staring” has won his appeal in a […]

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Justice is colour-blind: Loss for Nick Scali not indictment on white furniture, says VCAT
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-06-03 3:54 pm By Sam Matthews

Nick Scali has been ordered to refund a disgruntled customer $1,600 for a white leather chair that discoloured mere months after use. Customer Maria Fusillo […]

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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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Property developer Sasha Hopkins to face ASIC grilling
Real Estate 2022-06-03 5:13 pm By Sam Matthews

Embattled property developer Sasha Hopkins will face a compulsory examination by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission over the activities of his company A Team […]

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French Bulldog breeder wins defamation case over ‘puppy farm’ Facebook posts
Defamation 2022-05-27 3:01 pm By Sam Matthews

A French Bulldog breeder has won a defamation case over Facebook comments calling her business a ‘puppy farm’. Sharryn Aurisch, who runs Unique French Bulldogs […]

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Judge to hear rival bids for contingency fees in Beach Energy class actions
Class Actions 2022-05-17 4:32 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge overseeing a beauty parade of two class actions against Beach Energy will hear competing bids for contingency fees by the plaintiffs’ firms before […]

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High Court won’t hear case by Victorian anti-lockdown protestor
High Court 2022-05-13 10:39 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

An anti-lockdown protestor’s application to have the High Court hear a challenge to the dismissal of her lawsuit over Victoria’s stay-at-home orders has been rejected, […]

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More clinics to be pulled into Monash IVF class action over embryo destruction
Class Actions 2022-05-04 8:46 pm By Sam Matthews

Six more fertility clinics in states across the country are set to be pulled into a class action against Monash IVF on behalf of hundreds […]

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High Court restores $435,000 award to sex offences prosecutor diagnosed with PTSD
Employment 2022-04-13 4:04 pm By Miklos Bolza

The High Court has reinstated a $435,000 judgment awarded to a former lawyer who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder while working for the Special Sexual Offences […]

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Australian Grand Prix sued for $8.7M over cancelled 2020 Formula One concert
Coronavirus 2022-04-04 8:51 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation has been sued by a UK entertainment company alleging the COVID-19 related cancellation of the 2020 Melbourne Formula One led […]

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