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Mills Oakley | Australia | 12 Oct 2021

Case Note: PCB v Geelong College [2021] VSC 633

PCB v Geelong College [2021] VSC 633 is a recent decision of the Supreme Court of Victoria which clarifies the law on both vicarious liability and…
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RK Dewan & Co | India | 30 Aug 2021

Vicarious Liability in IP Violations

A person commits primary infringement when he himself infringes the rights of an Intellectual Property (IP) owner. However, a person who indirectly…
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Colin Biggers & Paisley Lawyers | Australia | 26 Jul 2021

South Australian Supreme Court dismisses an appeal by an employer, which alleged an error of the application of the statutory equivalent of vicarious liability for contraventions of mandatory provisions of the Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy 2003 (SA)

The case of Ashton Valley Fresh Pty Ltd v Dolan [2021] SASC 44 concerned an appeal to the Supreme Court of South Australia (Court) against convictions…
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DAC Beachcroft | Ireland | 15 Jul 2021

Vicarious liability and non-delegable duties in healthcare claims

The issues of vicarious liability and non-delegable duties have been both interlinked and evolving over the past number of years, particularly in the…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 20 Jun 2021

UK: both seconding and host companies may be vicariously liable for seconded employees’ tortious acts

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that is is possible for both the seconding employer and host employer to have vicarious liability for the acts of a…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Italy | 21 May 2021

Italy raids car insurers and comparison portals

The Italian Competition Authority is investigating whether 13 insurance companies and four price comparison platforms exchanged commercially sensitive information by sharing reports prepared by the comparison sites.
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 29 Apr 2021

SPACs: Key steps to managing risk

How companies should manage litigation and liability risks when dealing with special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) in key jurisdictions around the globe.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 16 Apr 2021

ECJ rejects food packaging cartel appeal

The European Court of Justice has rejected Italmobiliare's appeal against a €35.9 million fine for its subsidiary's involvement in three food packaging tray cartels, concluding that it held a decisive influence over the company.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 15 Apr 2021

Antitrust liability should extend “downwards”, advocate general says

Subsidiaries may be held liable for the anticompetitive conduct of their parent companies, an EU advocate general has said in an opinion considering whether Mercedes Benz Trucks España should pay damages for Daimler’s role in the EU trucks cartel.
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Gowling WLG | European Union, United Kingdom | 16 Dec 2020

Employment law review: the box sets not to be missed in our 2020 round-up

2020 is a year that we expected would be dominated by Brexit negotiation headlines, details of a new Employment Bill promised in the December 2019…
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