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Now Businesses Should Assess Their Exposure in Australia
Prudence Smith,Nick Taylor, May 27, 2016
In a series of developments, the Australian Competition regulator (the ACCC) has cemented its reputation as an aggressive regulator of the competition laws. In just the last few weeks, the ACCC has obtained tens of millions of dollars in penalties for violations of the Australian competition...
Australia Court Broadens "Market" Definition in Australia
Prudence Smith,Nick Taylor, May 18, 2016
Companies doing business with Australia are cautioned that the reach of the Australian competition law has grown considerably in recent years, particularly in relation to price fixing cartels. In a split decision, the Full Federal Court has upheld an appeal brought by the Australian Competition...
Disclosure of Litigation Funding Agreements in Australian Class Actions
John Emmerig,Michael Legg, May 18, 2016
In Coffs Harbour City Council v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (trading as ANZ Investment Bank)  FCA 306, Justice Rares was required to rule on interlocutory applications for disclosure of the redacted portions of litigation funding agreements entered into by the applicants,...