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Sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins to lead review into Parliamentary workplace
Employment 2021-03-05 6:06 pm By Spencer Fowler Steen

An independent review into Parliamentary workplace culture will be led by sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins, the Federal Government has announced, two days after Christian […]

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AG Christian Porter outs himself as accused rapist, denies allegations
News 2021-03-03 3:14 pm By Christine Caulfield

Attorney-General Christian Porter has identified himself as the federal Cabinet member accused of raping a teenage girl 33 years ago, but denies the allegations and […]

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Forge class action judge stands firm despite being warned of ‘real risk’ to trial date
Class Actions 2019-05-03 2:06 pm By Amelia Birnie

A judge has refused to contemplate delays to the long-running investor class action against defunct engineering and construction company Forge Group, as lawyers for some of […]

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Writers’ Guild slams “mishmash” of evidence in royalties case
Intellectual Property 2018-04-17 8:40 pm By Miklos Bolza

A barrister for the Australian Writers’ Guild has blasted documents produced by the non-profit Screenrights in a court battle over tens of millions of dollars […]

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Rush claims Nationwide grasping for subpoena in defamation case
Media 2018-04-14 12:22 pm By Miklos Bolza

A barrister for actor Geoffrey Rush has accused Nationwide News of wanting to change its defence purely to gain access to Sydney Theatre Company documents […]

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Telcos do battle over Voxson’s 1994 patent
Intellectual Property 2018-03-06 9:17 pm By Jennifer Cooke

Telstra and Vodafone were on the same side of the courtroom Tuesday for the start of a six-week trial in a case accusing the telcos […]

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Taronga Zoo says rival Sydney Zoo not quite in Sydney
Intellectual Property 2018-03-06 6:40 pm By Jennifer Cooke

Whether western Sydney is part of central Sydney will be a key question for the Federal Court in a trademark battle between Sydney’s iconic Taronga […]

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Mine fined for workplace death from sub-standard electrics
Energy & Natural Resources 2018-02-27 1:33 pm By Jennifer Cooke

A family-owned limestone mine and one of its workers were fined a total of $948,000 on Monday after a woman on the property was electrocuted […]

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Facebook, Google face ACCC spotlight in digital media probe
Competition & Consumer Protection 2018-02-26 7:03 pm By Jennifer Cooke

Facebook and Google are in the consumer regulator’s sights, the ACCC said Monday on the release of the key issues it will be examining as […]

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CFMEU appeal against $2.4 million penalty to start in May
Employment 2018-02-15 5:44 pm By Jennifer Cooke

A May date is likely for an appeal by the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, its state entity and nine union officials against more […]

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