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Bomber's future hangs in the balance

Hird faces sack, banned from club B

ESSENDON chairman Paul Little called on all Bombers supporters to accept the Federal Court's decision and move on. It comes as coach James Hird potentially faces the sack because of his pursuit of court action over the club's drugs saga. Hird has ..., 5 hours ago
ASADA trumps Essendon in court battle Sky News Australia, 1 week ago

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PHG Foundation, 3 weeks ago
Australian Communications and Media Authority, 3 weeks ago
Pharma Letter, 3 weeks ago
Malaysian Insider, 2 weeks ago
Brisbane Times, 1 week ago
Australasian Leisure Management, 2 months ago, 3 weeks ago
CBC, 1 month ago
LNG World News, 1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald, 1 month ago

Court orders corrective advertising for Coles Bakery Stores

In June 2014, the Federal Court made findings that Coles Supermarkets had contravened the Australian Consumer Law: by packaging bread products with labels, namely Baked Today, Sold Today and Freshly Baked In-Store, and by using signage namely ...
 Lexology8 hours ago Coles banned from using this word days ago Coles to display notices it breached consumer law  Dynamic Business2 days ago Which word has Coles been banned from using?  Perth Now2 days ago

Australian court says Zen guilty of misleading cold calls

The Australian Federal Court has ordered Zen Telecom to pay penalties of AUD 225,000 for contraventing Australian Consumer Law (ACL), following proceedings brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). The court said that Zen ...
 Telecompaper9 hours ago Not so zen: Telco fined for Telstra marketing claims  AdNews18 hours ago Telco fined $225,000 for falsely claiming Telstra affiliation  ARN19 hours ago

Federal Court of Australia upholds landmark cross border insolvency decision

In Akers (as a joint foreign representative of Saad Investments Company Ltd) (in official liquidation) (a company registered in the Cayman Islands) v DCT [2014] FCAFC 57 the Federal Court of Australia recently upheld an earlier landmark decision ...
 Lexology19 hours ago LOCAL: Unions consider appeal to full Federal Court over offshore visa decision  Lloyd's List Daily Commercial News6 days ago Federal Court decision upholds removal of visa restrictions for foreign workers on offshore projects  Lexology1 week ago Australian union hikes fees to fund court battles  Baird Maritime1 week ago

Man faces court on terror funding charge

Video Image Police raids underway across Melbourne 1:53 Play video Victoria and Australian Federal police have launched more counter-terror raids on homes across Melbourne. Sky News 30 Sep 2014 News AFP officers conduct an anti-terror raid at a ...
 Herald Sun1 day ago Man on six charges of funding terror  Geelong Advertiser1 day ago Australian police charge man over funding 'terrorist organization' after raids  Yahoo! Canada1 day ago Terror fight targets funds  The New Daily21 hours ago
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Reports: 'Dons decide against court appeal

, 7:27 pm Essendon are understood to have accepted the devastating Federal Court ruling over the joint AFL and ASADA investigation into the club's 2012 supplements program. Fairfax Media has reported the Bombers will not appeal against the ...
 Yahoo!Xtra12 hours ago AFL doping case reaches court crescendo  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago ASADA case hits court crescendo  The New Daily1 week ago Essendon doping case reaches court crescendo  Nine MSN1 week ago

Are 'penalty clauses' the new no-go zone? Paciocco v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited [...]

A recent decision handed down by the Federal Court has potential implications for a wide range of Australian companies and organisations, including water authorities. In the case of Paciocco, the Federal Court held that some contractual terms, which ...
 Lexology1 day ago

Isolated genetic material remains patentable in Australia

The Full Federal Court of Australia has confirmed in a unanimous decision of 5 judges that isolated genetic material is patentable subject matter in Australia. The decision of the Full Federal Court of Australia in DArcy v Myriad Genetics [2014] ...
 Lexology5 days ago Gene patenting belongs in the labs, not in the courts  Australian Doctor1 week ago Full Federal Court confirms isolated genetic material is patentable in Australia  JD Supra1 week ago Patent Protection for Isolated Genetic Sequences Upheld in Australia  JD Supra1 week ago


Release date- 22092014 - Papillon Resources Limited is pleased to advise that Federal Court of Australia has today made orders approving the scheme of arrangement by which B2Gold Corp. will acquire all of the issued shares in Papillon. Lodgment ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Update: Australian Court Approves Papillon Resources Buyout Scheme  Seeking Alpha1 week ago

Australian billionaire lambasts China govt, calls them 'mongrels'

"We've had three judgements in the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Western Australia and an arbitration against these Chinese mongrels — I'm saying that because they're Communist, they shoot their own people, they haven't got a justice system and ...
 First Post.com1 month ago
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