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Key decisions

  • Burke v Inspector-General in Bankruptcy [2014] FCAFC 112
  • Stratton Finance Pty Limited v Webb [2014] FCAFC 110
  • National Retail Association v Fair Work Commission [2014] FCAFC 118
  • Vivekananda (in his capacity as Executor of the Estate of Jayammal Vivekananda) v Insurance Australia Ltd t/as NRMA Insurance [2014] FCAFC 116
  • Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v CZBP [2014] FCAFC 105
  • Minister for Immigration and Border Protection v SZSWB [2014] FCAFC 106
  • D’Arcy v Myriad Genetics Inc [2014] FCAFC 115
  • Fei Yu trading as Jewels 4 Pools v Beadcrete Pty Ltd [2014] FCAFC 117
  • Miles v Commissioner of Patents [2014] FCAFC 109
  • Shannon v Commonwealth Bank of Australia [2014] FCAFC 108
  • Cash Converters International Ltd v Gray [2014] FCAFC 111
  • Task Technology Pty Ltd v Commissioner of Taxation [2014] FCAFC 113


“Convene” a committee

In Burke v Inspector-General in Bankruptcy [2014] FCAFC 112 (3 September 2014) a Full Court considered whether the requirement in s 155H(2) of the Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Cth) that a committee “convene”, required that it be formed or meet.

Designs Act


(26 August 2014) a Full Court reviewed authority under the Designs Act 1906 (Cth) on the issues of the nature of the monopoly granted, obvious imitation and fraudulent imitation before dismissing an appeal and cross-appeal on questions of fact from the primary judge.

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