The Review: Class Actions in Australia 2018/19
Partner Peta Stevenson launches The Review where our experts report on significant class action judgments as well as developments in class action practice and procedure.
The Review covers:
- the growth of financial services class actions since the Banking Royal Commission;
- a dilemma for Courts in dealing with competing class actions;
- a range of broad reforms recommended by the Australian Law Reform Commission;
- And more.
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A track record of innovation and ingenuity in Class Actions
Class actions are a well-established feature of commercial litigation and continue to increase apace in progressively more diverse and sophisticated ways.
Successfully defending class action proceedings requires particular skills and resources to deal with complex legal issues, vast quantities of information, and often litigation in multiple jurisdictions. Subject matter expertise in complex corporate, competition and public and product liability areas is critical.
King & Wood Mallesons offers a specialised class action team with the experience, skills and commitment needed to navigate a difficult path through complex negotiations and litigation.
From the initial stages of regulatory investigations to enforcement proceedings and third party actions for damages, clients come to our integrated team of class action lawyers for our relationships with regulators, innovative use of court process, focus on early resolution and track record of success.
King & Wood Mallesons brings a team involved in many of the largest and most complex regulatory investigations and class action litigation. Clients call upon our robust resources, innovative approaches to litigation and technical expertise to efficiently and successfully bring the matter to finality.
To read more about recent class action developments in Australia, see our annual publication The Review: Class Actions in Australia 2018/2019 (and previous editions below), where our dispute resolution partners Justin McDonnell, Alex Morris, Moira Saville and Peta Stevenson discuss the landmark year in class action law and practice in Australia and look forward to identify trends for 2020.
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