Recent Australian class action highlights

External publications Written by Robert Johnston (Partner), Sara Gaertner (Senior Associate), Nicholas Briggs (Senior Associate)

With a 25-year-old class action regime that is well established for all types of matters (consumer, competition and shareholder claims) and which does not face the significant interlocutory ‘hurdles’ which still beset collective redress in the United Kingdom and the European Union, the Australian class action space continues to evolve rapidly.

Johnson Winter & Slattery’s Robert Johnston, Sara Gaertner and Nicholas Briggs share the latest insights to Australia’s class actions for the IBA 2019 conference in Seoul.

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