In ACCC v RL Adams, Justice Edelman warned future defendants of an increase in the quantum of penalties that may be ordered for misleading or deceptive conduct in ‘free range’ claims. Defendants may face multiple contraventions and be subject to far greater fines to stem the tide of false ‘free range’ advertising.
Author: Georgia Douglas
On 17 April 2015, the New South Wales Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the 15 year legal battle of NSW v Shaw  NSWCA 97 (NSW v Shaw), finding that there was no implied term of mutual trust and confidence in probationary employment contracts.
The Privacy Commissioner has recently determined that AeroCare Pty Ltd (Aerocare) breached the privacy of a blind airline passenger when asking a range of questions to the passenger regarding his medical condition, in front of the complainant’s sighted guide and various passengers in the departure lounge at the Sunshine Coast airport.