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Tyro faces legal action after prolonged eftpos terminal outage

Tyro faces legal action after prolonged eftpos terminal outage

A growing number of businesses have registered interest in potential legal action against payment tech company Tyro, after a prolonged service outage prevented them from being able to accept card payments. ...
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Legal Archives

EG says Ampol misled around Caltex branding rights, sues

Euro Garages is seeking damages due to Ampol's deceptive conduct, the business said.

RFG is going to court over “unconscionable” conduct toward franchisees

The ACCC alleges RFG took advantage of its own franchisees between 2015 and 2019.

Business, unions divided on “dangerous” IR bill changes

Changes to enterprise agreements and criminalising underpayment spark pushback.

Contentious casual clarification bill to be debated in parliament this week

A number of potential changes have been pushed back by unions on the grounds they ignore recommendations from the FWC.

More than 400 lawmakers from 34 countries back ‘Make Amazon Pay’ campaign

Campaign claims the tech giant has “dodged and dismissed … debts to workers, societies, and the planet.”

ARA partners with legal firm to provide targeted advice to members

The partnership will cover advice on areas such as government legislation, tenancy services, mergers and acquisitions.

Jeff Kennett joins Coles as independent arbiter

Coles recruits former state premier as its independent arbiter.

Woolworths arbiter appointed to oversee compliance complaints

Supermarket brings operations more inline with compliance code recommendations.

British MPs claim Huawei has colluded with Chinese Government

Chinese telco says the report is based on opinions, not facts.

McDonald’s faces potential class action for allegedly withholding rest breaks

Breaches could point to a nationwide problem that has massive implications for the restaurant.

Woolies’ PFD deal faces industry pressure as rivals band together

Food sector rivals create new industry body to campaign against proposed deal.

Federal Court backs Woolworths’ eco range, dismisses ACCC appeal

ACCC claims Woolies was in violation of consumer law rebuked.

Businesses confess $588 million in unpaid superannuation in return for amnesty

According to the ATO, about 24,000 employers came forward to disclose underpayments.

How to clean and disinfect after a COVID-19 case

What to do when you've had a confirmed case.
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South Australia to ban single-use plastics in 2021

Single-use plastics will be banned in South Australia, making it the first Australian state to introduce such a policy.