Legal fees in the BSWAT class action
6 May 2015
To whom it may concern,
Costs and Legal Fees in the BSWAT Class Action
Tyson Duval-Comrie v Commonwealth of Australia VID 1367 of 2013
Maurice Blackburn is acting pro bono in the BSWAT Class Action.
Tyson Duval-Comrie is the lead applicant in this case.
Maurice Blackburn has a direct arrangement in place with Tyson which does not affect any other person who is part of the class action.
We are not charging Tyson any legal fees for our work.
We have also repeatedly stated publicly that we will not charge any other worker with an intellectual disability who is part of the class action any legal fees for our work.
We further confirm that no other group member in the BSWAT Class Action will have to pay any legal costs even if the case is unsuccessful.
That means that not a single dollar will be paid by any group member who participates in the BSWAT Class Action.
Class members, their advocates and family members are encouraged to call us if they have any further questions on 1800 645 990.
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