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Judge penalises National Gallery contractor $1.5M in ACCC bid-rigging case
Competition & Consumer Protection 2024-06-04 11:22 pm By Andy Sidler

Industrial technology company Delta Building Automation has been hit with a $1.5 million penalty after it was found liable for attempting to rig a bid […]

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Email with paraphrased legal advice privileged, FWC finds in union’s multi-employer deal row
Energy & Natural Resources 2024-05-30 11:35 pm By Andy Sidler

The Fair Work Commission has found in favour of a union in its bid to keep an email containing legal advice confidential amid a stoush […]

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Aveo class action firm has arguable case on appeal over fee slashing, judge says
Appeals 2024-05-24 2:03 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has granted leave to law firm Levitt Robinson to challenge a ruling cutting $1.14 million of its fees from a settled class action […]

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Global Payments’ tie-up with School Bytes faces scrutiny by competition cop
Competition & Consumer Protection 2024-05-23 1:46 pm By Andy Sidler

Global Payments’ plan to acquire Sydney software company School Bytes Learning may substantially lessen competition, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has said in outlining […]

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Equity = equal: Western Power, Ventia must pay same in Parkerville bushfire costs, court says
Energy & Natural Resources 2024-05-22 11:12 pm By Christine Caulfield

Equitable contribution by Western Power, Ventia and a property owner found jointly liable for the same loss resulting from the Parkerville bushfire in WA must […]

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Lawyers no fans of ‘fractured’ approach to continuous disclosure laws
Class Actions 2024-05-17 11:23 pm By Christine Caulfield

What’s good for the goose is good for the gander, lawyers have said in attacking a report to Parliament that recommends abolishing amendments adding a […]

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Activist groups to appeal order to hand up communications with EDO in Barossa gas case
Appeals 2024-05-15 11:43 pm By Andy Sidler

Activist organisations are seeking to challenge orders to hand up communications with the Environmental Defenders Office in its failed case against Santos over the $5.6 […]

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ASIC bans Centrepay credit lines at Urban Rampage stores
Financial Services 2024-04-29 11:24 pm By Andy Sidler

Concerned that First Nations customers are being targeted, the corporate regulator has ordered the owner of the Urban Rampage clothing chain to end Centrepay credit […]

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AMP class action judge says court should be ‘cautious’ in class closure fights
Article 2024-04-26 11:24 pm By Sam Matthews

AMP has lost its bid for soft class closure in a class action over allegedly excessive superannuation fees, with a judge finding the court should […]

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Zoetis can appeal Boehringer win over pig vaccine patents
Intellectual Property 2024-03-26 4:25 pm By Christine Caulfield

US animal drug manufacturer Zoetis has been granted leave to appeal a ruling that invalidated three of its patents covering pig vaccines. Federal Court Justice […]

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