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IAG appeals to High Court, says JobKeeper should offset any COVID-19 payouts
Insurance 2022-03-22 10:38 pm By Christine Caulfield

While mostly prevailing in test cases over coverage for COVID-19 business interruption claims, Insurance Australia Group has asked the High Court to weigh in on […]

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Qantas hit with $72M suit over cuts to catering services during COVID-19 pandemic
Coronavirus 2022-03-22 10:19 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

An Emirates-owned provider of in-flight catering services has taken Qantas to court claiming it’s owed $72.5 million after the airline cut its services during the […]

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Virgin scores High Court win in spat with Wells Fargo over leased engines
High Court 2022-03-16 7:23 pm By Miklos Bolza

US bank Wells Fargo and Florida-based aviation leasing company Willis Lease Finance will have to pay $500,000 for the relocation of leased aircraft engines to […]

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Lloyd’s scores win in COVID-19 business interruption insurance case
Insurance 2022-03-11 3:14 pm By Miklos Bolza

Lloyd’s has scored a win in a COVID-19 business interruption case, with a judge ruling the insurer can rely on a conformity clause in its […]

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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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New Chief Justice decries ‘insidious depersonalisation’ of remote legal work
Courts 2022-03-08 5:05 pm By Miklos Bolza

The NSW Supreme Court’s new Chief Justice has used his maiden speech to lament how remote hearings and working from home has led to the […]

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WA premier says death threats followed Clive Palmer’s ‘outrageous’ remarks
Trials 2022-03-07 9:39 pm By Sam Matthews

Taking the stand Monday in a defamation dispute with mining billionaire Clive Palmer, WA premier Mark McGowan said Palmer’s “hurtful and outrageous” public comments led […]

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Telstra hit with class action over COVID-19 vaccination policy
Coronavirus 2022-03-04 5:30 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Telstra has been hit with a class action on behalf of employees who lost their jobs or are in danger of being terminated for failing […]

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ACCC flags supply chain competition in COVID-19 era as new priority
Competition & Consumer Protection 2022-03-03 4:15 pm By Sam Matthews

The ACCC will target businesses seeking to use COVID-related disruptions to global and domestic supply chains as “a veil for illegal conduct” the watchdog’s outgoing […]

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Qantas decision to outsource staff not linked to strike action threat, court told
Employment 2022-02-24 10:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

A decision by Qantas to outsource its ground staff was not timed to head off industrial action by the Transport Workers’ Union, the Full Federal […]

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