Between April 2007 and April 2008 Dirt Works Australia Pty Limited, a wholesaler of bicycles, supplied to retailers 115 Surly Steamroller bicycles which did not have a back brake and also, in some instances, did not have reflectors and a bell, as required by the mandatory standard for pedal bicycles.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted court enforceable undertakings from Australian Loans Management Pty Ltd (ALM) and Active Money (Aust) Pty Ltd (AM).
ALM promoted and sold “licence agreements” for a finance broking business called “Active Money”.
On 30 September 2009 the ACCC accepted the undertaking of Pfizer Inc and Pfizer Australia Pty Ltd in relation to the ACCC's decision not to oppose Pfizer Inc's proposed acquisition of Wyeth Corp. The undertaking provides for Pfizer to divest part of Wyeth's animal health business in Australia.
Between about August 2007 and at least 14 May 2009, Calcorp (Australia) Pty Ltd represented via the product’s labelling and in its dealings with its customer Coles that a batch of 500ml units of edible labelled “Paese Mio Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil” (Paese Mio) was extra virgin olive oil (Extra Virgin Olive Oil Representation).
Between about March 2007 and at least March 2009, Basfoods (Aust) Pty Ltd represented via the product’s labelling and in its dealings with its customers – who were mostly delicatessens, small food retailers and restaurants – that edible oil labelled “Aigeon Oil 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil” (Aigeon) was extra virgin olive oil (Extra Virgin Olive Oil Representation).