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Administrators proffer alternative to liquidation for Probuild parent

Administrators proffer alternative to liquidation for Probuild parent

A Deed of Company Arrangement (DOCA) is the preferred way forward f...

"The problem is still occurring today": ANZ sued for allegedly misleading credit card balances

"The problem is still occurring today": ANZ sued for allegedly misleading credit card balances

The corporate watchdog has today commenced legal proceedings agains...

Competition concerns raised over THL’s Apollo acquisition

Competition concerns raised over THL’s Apollo acquisition

Australia’s consumer watchdog has today outlined preliminary ...

Shine Justice sells subsidiary Emanate back to founder

Shine Justice sells subsidiary Emanate back to founder

A Brisbane-based law firm behind class-action lawsuits against McDo...

Uber facing $26 million penalty for “misleading” cancellation warning messages

Uber facing $26 million penalty for “misleading” cancellation warning messages

Global rideshare and deliveries giant Uber is staring down a $26 mi...

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ASIC warns GameStop-style ‘pump and dump’ campaigns may amount to market manipulation

ASIC warns GameStop-style ‘pump and dump’ campaigns may amount to market manipulation

A “concerning trend” of social media posts being used t...

StarTrack workers go on strike after Fair Work Commission approval

StarTrack workers go on strike after Fair Work Commission approval

Around 2,000 StarTrack have walked off the job today after a strike...

BOQ slammed by court for using "unfair" terms in small business contracts

BOQ slammed by court for using "unfair" terms in small business contracts

The Federal Court has declared several terms within some Bank of ...

TechnologyOne has workplace bullying judgment overturned by Full Federal Court

TechnologyOne has workplace bullying judgment overturned by Full Federal Court

A judgment against TechnologyOne (ASX: TNE) over its handling of ...

Lorna Jane slapped with $5 million fine over false 'anti-virus activewear' claims

Lorna Jane slapped with $5 million fine over false 'anti-virus activewear' claims

Sportswear brand Lorna Jane has been ordered to dish out $5 milli...

Craig Gore jail term appeal fails

Craig Gore jail term appeal fails

Former rich lister Craig Gore has been unsuccessful in his attemp...

Shine sizes up EML Payments legal action over Irish regulation disclosure

Shine sizes up EML Payments legal action over Irish regulation disclosure

Shine Justice (ASX: SHJ) is weighing up taking legal action again...

Swim school franchisor ordered to pay $23m in penalties by Federal Court

Swim school franchisor ordered to pay $23m in penalties by Federal Court

A franchisor of swim schools called Jump Swim has been ordered to...

EML Payments sheds $800m in value as Irish Central Bank concerns threaten its EU operations

EML Payments sheds $800m in value as Irish Central Bank concerns threaten its EU operations

EML Payments (ASX: EML) shares plunged 43.5 per cent as they came...

Mayfair 101 director James Mawhinney slapped with 20-year ban

Mayfair 101 director James Mawhinney slapped with 20-year ban

James Mawhinney, a director of Mayfair 101 Group, has been given ...

Federal Court finds Google misled consumers on data collection

Federal Court finds Google misled consumers on data collection

The Federal Court has found Google misled consumers about persona...

Westpac in court on allegations it mis-sold consumer credit insurance

Westpac in court on allegations it mis-sold consumer credit insurance

Australia's corporate watchdog has yet again commenced civil ...

Virgin hit with legal dispute after standing down ground workers

Virgin hit with legal dispute after standing down ground workers

A legal dispute has been filed against Virgin Australia in the Fa...

APRA dumps investigation into Westpac anti-money laundering breaches

APRA dumps investigation into Westpac anti-money laundering breaches

Australia's corporate regulator has closed its investigation ...

40,000 join historic class action against QLD electricity generators

40,000 join historic class action against QLD electricity generators

More than 40,000 Queenslanders will be represented in a class act...

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