Australia: Employment class actions threaten to disrupt employers and unions alike

Over the past decade at least, many businesses have become alert to the burgeoning trend of class action law suits in Australia. Class actions, for example, have been commonly used to litigate shareholder actions and product liability claims. But until recently, they have been rarely used in the context of employment related disputes.

Read our latest article which provides an overview of recent developments in employment class actions by clicking here.

This article was prepared by Tony Wood, Partner and Dean Farrant, Special Counsel.

For more information or advice on this topic, please contact:

Anthony Wood
Anthony Wood
Partner, Melbourne
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+61 3 9288 1544
Dean Farrant
Dean Farrant
Special Counsel, Melbourne
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+61 3 9288 1172
Kirsty Faichen
Kirsty Faichen
Partner, Brisbane
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+61 7 3258 6492
Anna Creegan
Anna Creegan
Partner, Perth
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+61 8 9211 7273
Michael Gonski
Michael Gonski
Partner, Sydney
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+61 2 9225 5083

 

 

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