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Friday 11 April 2014       Marianna Papadakis       Australian Financial Review
Class actions cases are tough, complex, expensive and highly risky, says Maurice Blackburn's Rebecca Gilsenan.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Wednesday 12 February 2014       Miranda Nagy and Mallory Tuckey       Law Society Journal
When Musa Konneh launched a class action against his mistaken arrest by police for breach of bail he opened the door for other disadvantages young people to do the same, but only if they can be found.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects,Social Justice

Wednesday 08 January 2014       Marianna Papadakis       Australian Financial Review
Maurice Blackburn principal Brooke Dellavedova says it is important the review looks at the need for appropriate mechanisms for enforcement and seeking redress.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Monday 02 September 2013       Paul Bibby       The Sydney Morning Herald
A class action on behalf of about 100 NSW young people who were allegedly wrongfully imprisoned for breach of bail because of errors in the NSW Police Force database, will have its first substantive hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Monday.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Thursday 08 August 2013       AAP       Herald Sun
A class action will be launched by Maurice Blackburn against a financial services company which allegedly cost share holders millions by deliberately misleading them.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Monday 20 May 2013              The Age
A class action lawsuit relating to more than $1 billion in profit write-downs will be added to the list of shareholder concerns when the Leighton Holdings board faces the company's annual meeting on Monday.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Tuesday 12 March 2013              Nine MSN
A breakthrough verdict in the United States has given hope to thousands of older Australians who have launched a class action against pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson over an artificial hip they claim made them sick.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Monday 04 March 2013       Jane Lee       The Age
Electricity company SP Ausnet's failure to prevent a damaged power line from collapsing negligently caused Black Saturday's deadliest blaze, a court has heard.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Thursday 28 February 2013              ABC
The infernos of Black Saturday were the worst bushfires in Australia's history. They killed 173 people and destroyed more than 2,000 homes.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects

Wednesday 20 February 2013       Cheryl Balfour       Diamond Valley Leader
Bushfire-affected resitents in Whittlesea and Kinglake are being urged to register their personal injury and property damage claims by March 22 as part of a class action next month.


Practice Area: Class Actions & Major Projects