ANZ Bank's Australian court victory in fees class action won't deter NZ litigants, Hooker says

Jonathan Underhill
Wed, 27 Jul 2016

By Jonathan Underhill July 28 (BusinessDesk) - Australia's High Court has dismissed an appeal in a class action suit against fees charged by Australia & New Zealand Banking Group but the ruling won't necessarily derail a similar representative action over bank fees in New Zealand that were put on hold pending the outcome. "It's not going to cause us to throw in the towel," said Andrew Hooker, one of the lawyers representing the Fair Play on Fees litigation group, which launched a case against ANZ New Zealand in June 2013 and against Kiwib...

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