Activewear retailer Lorna Jane has triumphed in a two-year, $570,000 bullying case.
Former Lorna Jane DFO manager Amy Robinson filed a claim against the brand in 2015, alleging she was bullied while working for the company.
According to court papers, Queensland District Court Judge Gregory Koppenol ruled Robinson failed to establish that Lorna Jane was "directly liable and vicariously liable" in the case.
He also questioned the credibility of the allegations.
Robinson managed the brand's Skygate store for 20 weeks in 2012. She alleged she was bullied by a learning and development manager, taking stress leave and later filing for workers compensation.
She also claimed to have suffered health problems after moving heavy boxes at the site.