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Class actions in Australia’s employment law landscape: 2019 and beyond

Class actions are set to become a prominent feature of the Australian employment law landscape.

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ACCC takes $9 million bite out of Apple US for false and misleading representations under ACL

On 19 June 2018, the Federal Court of Australia ordered Apple Inc (Apple US) to pay penalties of $9 million for making false and misleading representations to customers about their rights under the...

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The Pfizer case: Monopolies ≠ market power; Anti-competitive language ≠ anti-competitive purpose

In May 2018, the Full Federal Court held that Pfizer did not misuse its market power under section 46 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Act) by engaging in a number of activities that...

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Biggest fine ever for breach of competition law – a sign of things to come

Last month, the Full Federal Court ordered Japanese company Yazaki Corporation (Yazaki) to pay a penalty of $46 million for engaging in cartel conduct in contravention of the Competition and...

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No relief in sight as ACCC targets “targeted” pain relievers

In a new case echoing Nurofen’s bruising $6m encounter over its “pain specific” range, the ACCC has commenced proceedings against the manufacturers of Voltaren Osteo Gel.

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Going 'natural' – when product claims are artificial

A recent Federal Court decision provides further guidance on the use of the word 'natural' in product branding or advertising.

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