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Green groups dodge $450,000 security in cases against VicForest
Environment 2022-03-25 1:08 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Environmental groups fighting to protected the threatened greater glider have defeated VicForests’ bid for security for costs after a judge found the orders would “stifle” […]

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Private business club CUB accuses manager of stealing member info to launch rival
Employment 2022-03-24 10:33 pm By Sam Matthews

The Club of United Business — a private members club catering to entrepreneurs — has sued a former membership manager who allegedly used confidential information […]

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Independent candidate Zoe Daniel wins fight against council over yard signs
Courts 2022-03-23 6:20 pm By Miklos Bolza

In a victory for Victorian independent candidate Zoe Daniel, the state’s Supreme Court has found that promotional signs displayed on lawns did not fall foul […]

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‘Scandalous’: Judge finds family forged will of ‘Australia’s worst landlord’
Real Estate 2022-03-21 10:29 pm By Miklos Bolza

The will of “Australia’s worst landlord” — Melbourne businessman Frank Cassar — was forged in a conspiracy by his widow, daughter and son who feared […]

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Auditor-General exec was worked to point of breakdown during COVID-19, suit says
Employment 2022-03-10 1:06 pm By Sam Matthews

The Victorian Auditor-General Andrew Greaves and the State of Victoria are being sued by a former executive who says she was overworked to the point […]

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Law firm can’t slug group members with adverse costs bill in bushfire class actions
Class Actions 2022-03-03 6:05 pm By Miklos Bolza

A law firm that ran two class actions over the St Patrick’s Day bushfires has lost a bid to have group members foot the bill […]

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Judge won’t block disciplinary action against unvaccinated Qantas staff
Coronavirus 2022-01-24 5:18 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A judge has dismissed an urgent application to block Qantas from taking disciplinary action against unvaccinated employees, but the airline has committed to extending their […]

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Djokovic wins challenge to visa cancellation, judge orders his releasea
Immigration 2022-01-10 6:50 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The world’s No. 1 men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic has won a court challenge to the cancellation of his visa, with a judge ordering his […]

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MySuper class action back on track with appeals court victory
Class Actions 2021-12-21 4:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

The lead applicant in a superannuation class action against two IOOF units has successfully appealed a decision that barred the case from proceeding under a […]

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Victorian aged care facilities can’t declass claims in COVID-19 class actions
Coronavirus 2021-12-16 7:53 pm By Bianca Hrovat

Victorian aged care homes accused of “major failures” during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic have lost their bid to declass claims of neglect […]

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