A judge has shot down a bid by Kraft for extensive discovery from Bega, but granted its request for a so-called Sabre order against US company Mondelez, three weeks before trial kicks off in the case over who owns the rights to the iconic Kraft peanut butter trade dress in Australia.
The credibility of a witness in the ACCC’s dismissed cartel case against Cascade Coal may prejudice an upcoming criminal trial against the son of former NSW Labor minister Eddie Obeid, a court was told Friday.
Arnold Bloch Liebler will defend e-retailer Kogan against allegations by competitor Catch Group that it is violating its “catch” trademarks and the consumer law through sponsored links on Google driven by phrases using the word “catch”.
ASX-listed Servcorp has settled court action by the consumer watchdog over unfair terms in its small business contracts that shielded the office space provider from liability and gave it unilateral power to terminate agreements with customers.
Cash Converters has been asked to produce data on individuals that it provided payday loans to in Queensland in a class action alleging it charged a brokerage fee to borrowers for services they never received.
The ACCC has brought a cartel case against biologics company Cryosite for agreeing to coordinate with competitor Cell Care prior to the completion of their merger agreement.
The judge that temporarily barred CrownBet from moving forward with its planned rebrand to Sportingbet said Sportsbet has made a ‘strong’ case that use of the mark by CrownBet is likely to cause confusion among consumers of online betting services.
Online bookmaker Sportsbet has secured an interim injunction against Crownbet that temporarily blocks its rival from plans to rebrand its betting company Sportingbet.
The judge overseeing a class action against Johnson & Johnson over allegedly defective vaginal mesh products has asked the applicants to weigh in on a recent UK High Court ruling that found there must be an abnormal risk in order for a product to be considered defective.
Mergers of major electricity generators would be blocked and the energy regulator given more power to combat market manipulation under sweeping reforms to reduce rising energy prices released by the consumer watchdog Wednesday.