Earlier this year, the ACCC won its case against pharmaceutical giant Reckitt Benckiser over the company's "specific pain" range. Although we endeavour to provide accurate and timely information, we do not guarantee that the information in this publication is accurate at the date it is received or that it will continue to be accurate in the future. ACCC media release More This summary is intended to assist in understanding the outcome of this proceeding and is not a complete statement of the conclusions reached by the Court. Motorists should buy now to avoid petrol price spikes ACCC Chairman Rod Sims has urged motorists to shop around now to find the best deal before price cycles push petrol prices higher. TORTS — inducing a breach of contract — where applicant claims to have entered a subcontract with a supplier — where respondent terminated contract with applicant and contracted directly with that supplier — consideration of elements of cause of action — whether there was a contract between applicant and supplier — whether respondent knew of that contract — whether respondent induced or procured a breach of that contract. Trade practices — Restrictive trade practices — Market definition — Relevance of "functional approach" to market definition. What are you searching for?
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Basetec Services Pty Ltd v Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd No 6  FCA CONSUMER LAW — misleading and deceptive conduct — where applicant proceeded on the basis that the scope of works under the proposed contract was reflected entirely in the tender drawings issued — where respondent issued with revised and additional drawings by its principal before it enters into contract with applicant — whether failure to disclose revised and additional drawings to the applicant is misleading and deceptive conduct — where contract provided that further drawings may be issued and applicant told variations were possible.
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Trade practices — Restrictive trade practices — Market definition — Relevance of "functional approach" to market definition.
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CONSUMER LAW — whether knowledge of officers and employees can be aggregated and attributed to a corporation for the purposes of finding unconscionable conduct by a corporation — where officers and employees did not individually act unconscionably — analysis of Krakowski v Eurolynx Properties Limited CLR — knowledge of employees could not be aggregated to determine whether the corporation acted unconscionably.
Trade practices — Restrictive trade practices — Substantially lessening competition — Price fixing — Where travel agent sold international airline tickets on behalf of airlines — Where travel agent attempted to induce airlines to agree not to discount price at which international airline tickets offered directly to customers — Whether travel agent acting as agent for airlines — Whether travel agent and airlines "in competition" notwithstanding travel agent supplied as agent for airlines — Trade Practices Act Cthss 45 2 a ii45 345A.
PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE — application to extend time to file evidence — where applicant seeks to rely on a more detailed expert report — where first expert report defective and failed to set out reasoning — where deficiencies in report and delay in application not the result of a deliberate tactic — where application would not result in extended adjournment — application allowed.
ACCC media release More TORTS — inducing a breach of contract — where applicant claims to have entered a subcontract with a supplier — where respondent terminated contract with applicant and contracted directly with that supplier — consideration of elements of cause of action — whether there was a contract between applicant and supplier — whether respondent knew of that contract — whether respondent induced or procured a breach of that contract.