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Month: September 2017

Reasons out in Tabcorp ?>

Reasons out in Tabcorp

The reasons for judgment have been released in the Tabcorp/Tatts judicial review matter – sooner than expected. Of the ACCC’s three grounds of judicial review¬†only the first succeeded; the Court held that the Tribunal erred in not assessing certain detriment alleged by the ACCC. The ACCC’s Grounds of Appeal The ACCC’s three grounds of appeal were that: that the Tribunal was wrong to reason that it could only conclude the acquisition would result in a detriment if it found there…

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Federal Court sends Tabcorp/Tatts deal back to the Tribunal ?>

Federal Court sends Tabcorp/Tatts deal back to the Tribunal

The Federal Court yesterday upheld the ACCC’s application for Judicial Review, setting aside the decision of the Australian Competition Tribunal on 22 June 2017 to authorise the proposed merger between Tabcorp at Tatts. The matter has now been referred back to the Tribunal. The reasons for decision have been embargoed from release (both to parties and the public) while solicitors for the parties determine whether it contains commercial in confidence material that requires redaction; the solicitors have no more than…

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