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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.”


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 www.acalawyers.com.au/hip. 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