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Judge signs off on consolidation in a2 Milk class actions
Class Actions 2022-06-16 11:34 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

A judge has allowed two law firms to jointly run a consolidated shareholder class action against dairy company a2 Milk, saying the arrangement was in […]

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Judge slams Andrews government for ‘opaque cover-up’ in hotel quarantine class action
Coronavirus 2022-06-07 6:45 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has criticised the Andrews government for withholding information about the alleged transmission of COVID-19 to a security guard working in hotel quarantine in […]

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a2 Milk class action consolidation to see one silk go
Class Actions 2022-06-02 7:12 pm By Sam Matthews

Two law firms are set to work “hand in glove” in their proposed consolidated shareholder class actions against a2 Milk, with one senior barrister to […]

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ANZ ordered to hand over documents in long-running pregnancy discrimination case
Employment 2022-05-25 7:21 pm By Sam Matthews

A former ANZ employee has won her bid to discover a range of documents in her long-running dispute with the bank over alleged discrimination related […]

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Andrews government tries again to strike out hotel quarantine class action
Class Actions 2022-05-18 9:30 pm By Sam Matthews

The state of Victoria has asked a court to strike out a class action alleging lapses in its hotel quarantine program caused businesses to suffer […]

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a2 Milk hit with another shareholder class action
Class Actions 2022-05-18 5:38 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

a2 Milk is facing a shareholder class action in New Zealand on behalf of investors who allegedly suffered loss when the company’s share price plummeted […]

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Crown’s $125M class action settlement wins court approval but no CFO for funder
Class Actions 2022-04-29 1:12 pm By Christine Caulfield

A judge has signed off on a $125 million settlement to resolve a shareholder class action against Crown Resorts over disclosures relating to its Chinese […]

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US shareholders ask court to reject $31M payout for Crown class action funder
Class Actions 2022-04-28 9:35 pm By Christine Caulfield

US institutional shareholders who joined a class action against Crown Resorts that settled on the eve of trial for $125 million are urging the Federal […]

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Law firms appear to sour on contest between rival a2 Milk class actions
Class Actions 2022-04-28 10:45 pm By Christine Caulfield

Law firms running competing shareholder class actions against a2 Milk appear to have reached agreement to join forces, with a court order Thursday scrapping a […]

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CFMEU’s serial offending opens door to maximum penalty, High Court says
Appeals 2022-04-13 5:17 pm By Cindy Cameronne

The High Court has ordered the building and construction union to pay a maximum fine of $63,000 for telling workers they could not be on […]

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