IOOF Class Action

If you purchased shares in IOOF between 3 March 2014 and 6 July 2015 you may be eligible to participate in a proposed class action in relation to IOOF’s alleged non-disclosure of corporate misconduct.”


Spotless Class Action

If you purchased Spotless Holdings Limited (ASX:SPO) shares on or after 24 February 2015 and held some or all of those shares until after 2 December 2015, you may be eligible to join a proposed class action against Spotless in relation to forecasts provided to the market by Spotless in 2015.

Bellamy's Class Action

ACA Lawyers is currently investigating a possible class action against the infant formula and baby food company, Bellamy’s Australia Limited (ASX:BAL) arising from forecasts provided to the market in advance of the 2 December 2016 profit downgrade, which are alleged to be a breach of continuous disclosure obligations

Bruce Clarke, ACA Lawyers Senior Principal, said the firm is strongly of the view that, subject to further investigations, there is a potential shareholder claim against Bellamy’s. Read more

Macmahon Class Action

NSD 1346/2015 Hopkins v Macmahon Holdings Limited

ACA Lawyers is conducting a class action against Macmahon Holdings on behalf of shareholders who purchased Macmahon shares between 2 May 2012 and 18 September 2012 (inclusive). Further to the Federal Court’s orders for a registration and opt out process, registrations for the Macmahon class action closed on 10 February 2017 for the purposes of mediation on 28 February 2017. If the mediation is unsuccessful, there may be a further opportunity to register for this class action. If the mediation does result in a settlement, only claimants who registered before 10 February 2017 will be eligible to receive proceeds from the settlement. If you would like further information about this class action, please email us at


Slater & Gordon

Slater & Gordon Class Action

ACA Lawyers is investigating a proposed class action against SGH, arising from alleged continuous disclosure breaches and/or misleading or deceptive conduct by SGH in relation to financial statements and announcements about SGH’s financial position released in the period from 12 August 2014 to 28 February 2016.

We are no longer accepting registrations for the proposed class action against Slater & Gordon

Home Insulation Program Class Action

Important information about the Home Insulation Program class action against the Commonwealth of Australia

The Supreme Court of Victoria has ordered a registration and opt out process for the class action against the Commonwealth in relation to the cancellation of the Home Insulation Program. If you are or were an installer, manufacturer or supplier (or the owner of such a business) that took part in the Commonwealth’s Home Insulation Program between 3 February 2009 and 19 February 2010 you should read the important information about the registration process available at If you do not take any action in response to the Court’s orders you may lose some or all of your rights in this class action.Read more

WorleyParsons Limited

We are conducting a class action on behalf of shareholders of WorleyParsons Limited, who are seeking to recover losses suffered as a result of alleged non-disclosures and potentially misleading and/or deceptive conduct relating to WorleyParsons FY2014 earnings forecasts

If you purchased WorleyParsons shares between 14 August 2013 and 19 November 2013 (inclusive) you may be eligible to participate in the WorleyParsons class action. Read more

Iluka Resources Limited

We are acting for shareholders of Iluka Resources Limited (ILU), who are seeking to recover losses suffered as a result of alleged non-disclosures and potentially misleading and/or deceptive conduct relating primarily to ILU’s failure to inform the market that the company could not provide accurate sales forecasts.  Proceedings have been commenced in the Federal Court to obtain preliminary discovery of relevant documents from Iluka.

if you purchased shares in Iluka between 8 May 2012 and 8 July 2012 (inclusive), you may be eligible to participate in the potential class action against Iluka. Read more


Class actions allow one person who has a claim to commence court action on behalf of groups of people who have the same claim. 

This means that those people can combine their resources to pursue a claim that would be too expensive for just one person.

At ACA Lawyers we take this a step further, working with litigation funders to run class actions at no risk to you or the group. This means that we can run class actions on a 'no win, no fee' basis.


ACA Lawyers uses experience, technology and innovation to provide commercial law, commercial litigation and commercial class action services. Our approach means that we can provide better outcomes at lower cost.

As part of our commitment to you and to demonstrate our confidence in the legal services we provide, we risk-share our costs on all of the class action on which we are retained.

The ACA Lawyers team is made up of highly experienced lawyers who have worked for some of Australia’s leading law firms. Every one of us is flexible, accessible and collaborative, and we are focused on achieving the outcomes you want to achieve.

Our cost-effective approach matches appropriate legal resources to each matter, adding or reducing legal resources to meet the changing demands of litigation. We won’t weigh a case down with a costly army of solicitors, junior and senior counsel; we stick to streamlined, highly skilled and experienced teams of legal professionals.

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