Volkswagen forced to explain cheat software under oath
In what is believed to be a world-first since the global Dieselgate emissions scandal began, the Federal Court has ordered that vehicle giant Volkswagen and its subsidiaries Audi and Skoda give sworn testimony answering why dual-mode software was installed in their diesel vehicles.
Retirement housing rip-off to be investigated for the elderly
Maurice Blackburn has announced it will take registrations from former residents of the Aveo chain of retirement housing operations, as the law firm continues its ongoing investigation into concerns of unfair and unconscionable contracts used by Aveo.
Volkswagen forced to come clean on voluntary recall
Global vehicle giant Volkswagen has been ordered to publish a nation-wide notice about information concerning the class actions related to the global Dieselgate emissions scandal that is estimated to have impacted around 100,000 motorists across Australia.
CBA to face heavyweight shareholder class action battle
Australia’s leading class action law firm Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has united with Australia’s largest litigation funder IMF Bentham to pursue the largest Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed company, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), in what will be a true heavyweight legal battle.
Sirtex in sights of shareholders launching class action
Australia’s leading class action law firm, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers is teaming up with Australia’s largest litigation funder IMF Bentham for a potential class action on behalf of shareholders in Sirtex Medical Limited (ASX:SRX).