The applicant in a nine-year-old class action over the government’s 2011 live exports ban has urged the Commonwealth to pay up to $900 million to […]
The claims in two class actions alleging fast food giant KFC denied workers rest breaks are substantially similar but not identical, a court has heard, and whether or not the two cases are headed for a battle to survive remains to be seen.
More than three years after filing a class action against failed asset finance lender Axsesstoday and auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers over a $50 million prospectus, the applicant has asked a court to file a new statement of claim that will join insurer Dual Australia to the case.
A judge has signed off on a $26 million settlement in a shareholder class action against Ardent Leisure over the 2016 Dreamworld tragedy, including $7.8 […]
The firm behind a class action over Victoria’s COVID-19 hotel quarantine debacle has won a group costs order providing for a 30 per cent contingency […]
A judge has told the law firm that has taken over a class action against Philips Electronics over recalled sleep apnea machines to take its […]
Weeks after giving the thumbs up to common fund orders at settlement, the Full Federal Court has been asked to decide whether judges have power […]
A law firm is investigating potential class action claims against New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia for allegedly discriminating against First Nations […]
Google and Apple will argue at an upcoming trial that allegedly anti-competitive app marketplace restrictions were necessary to protect security and intellectual property. In a […]
The Full Court will weigh in on whether Opal Tower engineer WSP was excluded from builder Icon’s policy coverage for subcontractors and should cover it […]