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On 19 May 2022, the ACCC announced it had accepted an undertaking given by Osmosis Buyer Limited (Osmosis) and its subsidiary Osmosis Holding Australia Pty Ltd pursuant to s 87B of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) in connection with Osmosis’s proposal to acquire all issued shares of Firewall Holding S.À R.L (Firewall).
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from N.A.S.R. Incorporated, trading as Speedway Australia (Speedway Australia) in relation to concerns arising out of an agreement between Speedway Australia and the Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (SCCA) that may have hindered or prevented the ‘VSC Sprintcars’ class of sprintcar racing from competing at speedway racing tracks affiliated with Speedway Australia.

Bowra & O’Dea Pty Ltd

5 January 2022
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from Bowra & O’Dea Pty Ltd (Bowra & O’Dea) in relation to representations made about the price of its funeral and/or cremation services that likely contravened section 48(1) of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), and its use of unfair contract terms within the meaning of section 23 and 24 of the ACL.
On 21 December 2021, the ACCC announced it had accepted three court-enforceable divestiture undertakings given by Veolia Environnement S.A and its subsidiary, Veolia Environmental Services (Australia) Pty Ltd (Veolia) pursuant to s 87B of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) in connection with Veolia’s proposed acquisition of Suez S.A.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from Gerren Pty Ltd trading as ‘Parkside Funerals’ (Parkside Funerals) in relation to representations made about the price of its funeral and/or cremation services that it admits contravened sections 18 and 29(1)(i) of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), and its use of unfair contract terms within the meaning of section 23 and 24 of the ACL.

REDARC Electronics Pty Ltd

10 December 2021
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from Crossfire Motorcycles Pty Limited (Crossfire) in relation to the supply of quad bikes that did not, or did not likely, comply with section 9 of the Consumer Goods (Quad Bikes) Safety Standard 2019 (the Safety Standard) in contravention of section 106 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), contained in Schedule 2 to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth). 
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from CAMI and iTutor tutoring software suppliers, Compass Matin Pty Ltd [ACN 140 170 038] (Compass Matin) and eduCollect Pty Ltd [ACN 139 749 572] (EduCollect), in relation to Compass Matin and EduCollect’s use of unfair contract terms within the meaning of section 24 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) and representations made by Compass Matin to consumers in contravention of sections 18 and 29(1)(g) of the ACL.