NESTLÉ AND POST HOLDINGS SETTLEMENT OFFER

Nestle and Post Holdings Settlement Offer

Nestle and Post Holdings Settlement Offer

In Australia through necessity James Christian (“Christian”) has been self-represented in legal matters against Nestlé and Post Holdings (“Post”) as follows:

(a) Federal Circuit Court of Australia proceedings – SYG3214/2013 Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors v James William Christian (“FCC proceedings”), filed by Nestlé on 20 December 2013;

(b) Federal Court of Australia proceedings – NSD940/2014 James William Christian v Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors (“Federal Court proceedings”), filed by ("Christian") on 16 September 2014 to appeal from the 3 September 2014 orders made in the ("FCC proceedings");

(c) Notice of a Constitutional matter under section 78B of the Judiciary Act 1903 filed by ("Christian") on 5 December 2014 in the (“FCC proceedings”) with notification to the Attorney-General George Brandis;

(d) Application for removal in the High Court of Australia for a cause pending filed by ("Christian") on 15 January 2015 in the (“FCC proceedings”); and

(e) Application for special leave to appeal in the High Court of Australia proceedings – S239/2015 James William Christian v Société des Produits Nestlé SA & Ors (“High Court proceedings”) filed by ("Christian") on 17 November 2015. 

Nestlé and ("Post") settlement offer

On 16 December 2014 Nestlé and ("Post") instructed Australian IP lawyers, Banki Haddock Fiora ("BHF") to make a settlement offer to (“Christian”) which was ignored, seeking to conceal the subject matter of the (“FCC proceedings”) and (“Federal Court proceedings”) and for ("Christian") to provide a written undertaking (click here to download the settlement offer).


Click here to read the complaint under the Judicial Misbehaviour and Incapacity Act 2012 detailing the full story of A-Sashi Vitamins.

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