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Huawei to fight US allegations with their own lawsuit
The lawyers are alleging that their client was detained, searched and interrogated for three hours in violation of constitutional rights.
Commerce Commission cautions consumers following High Court’s Viagogo decision
Viagogo is based in Switzerland and has declined to accept service of the Court proceedings in New Zealand.
Huawei continues to plead innocent despite serious criminal charges
“We are bringing criminal charges against telecommunications giant Huawei and its associates for nearly two dozen alleged crimes."
Apple Supreme Court case could have ‘far-reaching ramifications’
A GlobalData analyst says that the outcome of the Apple v Pepper case could impact the app development market at all levels.
Spark facing court proceedings after Commerce Commission alleges it misled customers
Spark has addressed the charges, saying it is disappointed by the commission's decision to file proceedings.
PB Tech raked over coals by ComCom for dodgy practices
PB Technologies has pleaded guilty for poor extended warranty practice and warned over bait advertising.
Telstra to front federal court over direct billing services
The company faces a $10 million fine and additional customer refunds as the ACCC alleges that it "misled" consumers.
Second workplace bullying case filed against TechnologyOne
Ana Monteiro filed a case against the company on Monday, alleging bullying, victimisation and discrimination.
Hills and Milestone Systems to trade punches in court
This conflict comes shortly on the heels of a new distribution centre opened by Hills.
Schneider Electric wins court case over DPSA’s unpaid debts - thanks existing partners
“This is a major win for all partners who have paid their bills - we would like to thank our existing distributors."
High Court turns down Kuwait Finance House claim over Canterbury funding
The Kuwaiti firm asked the court to uphold a ruling in the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution against Berkeley, California-based David Teece.