Law & Regulation

Where to for class actions in 2020

Victoria Young
Tue, 07 Jan 2020

Where to for class actions in 2020
Victoria Young
Tue, 07 Jan 2020
LPF Group’s funded Mainzeal suit and actions taken following the collapse of CBL Corporation are key cases to watch in 2020, say lawyers canvassed by BusinessDesk.Developments in the rules governing class actions will also be keenly observed in 2020 as the courts will have to set precedents in this burgeoning area. “The biggest case is Mainzeal’s appeal in April, and that's a fascinating case from a number of different angles,” said Matt Kersey, a partner at Russell McVeagh. “It's an unusual decision, on the first level, in relation t...

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