The Australian Federal Court orders the energy regulator to enforce a pecuniary penalty for breach of reporting obligations (Australian Energy Regulator / AGL Sales)

Energy retailers have a fresh impetus to abide by reporting obligations imposed by the Australian Energy Regulator ("AER") after the judgment in Australian Energy Regulator v AGL Sales Pty Limited [2020] FCA 1623. The court ordered by consent a $1.3 million penalty against AGL (one of Australia's largest energy retailers) for the submission of

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  • Jones Day (Sydney)
  • Jones Day (Melbourne)
  • Jones Day (Perth)
  • Jones Day (Melbourne)
  • Jones Day (Brisbane)

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Prudence Smith, Matthew Bull, Adam Conway, Darren Murphy, Andrew Smith, The Australian Federal Court orders the energy regulator to enforce a pecuniary penalty for breach of reporting obligations (Australian Energy Regulator / AGL Sales), 13 November 2020, e-Competitions November 2020, Art. N° 97967

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