Maurice Blackburn Media Statements

Monday, 3 September 2012
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Supreme Court orders widening of NAB toxic debt class action Thousands of investors in one of Australia's biggest banks are today being issued with a fresh invitation to join a shareholder class action currently being run by law firm Maurice Blackburn.
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
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Maurice Blackburn recognised in 2012 Children’s Law Awards National law firm Maurice Blackburn receives joint Children's Law Award for its work in the area of social justice. Maurice Blackburn defended the rights of children and young people in a class action undertaken with the Public Interest Advocacy Centre.
Tuesday, 14 August 2012
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Bank fees class action fight hits the High Court today Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, backed by litigation funder IMF (Australia) Ltd, will today take the fight against unfair and excessive bank fees all the way to the High Court of Australia, in a bid to recoup more than $220 million in unfair bank fees for everyday Australians.
Monday, 13 August 2012
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Kilmore East bushfire trial must begin on time Statement from Maurice Blackburn Lawyers in response to comments made by Justice Terry Forrest today.
Tuesday, 7 August 2012
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Murrindindi bushfire class action launched today New evidence revealed in a Coronial brief will form the basis of a major class action launched in the Supreme Court today by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, in relation to the 2009 Black Saturday Murrindindi bushfire that destroyed much of Marysville.
Wednesday, 1 August 2012
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$43.5m in-principle settlement in Nufarm shareholder class action Class action law firms Maurice Blackburn and Slater & Gordon today confirmed that an in-principle agreement has been reached by the parties involved in the shareholder class action against agricultural company Nufarm.
Thursday, 5 July 2012
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Maurice Blackburn to start class action on equine flu outbreak National class actions law firm Maurice Blackburn is launching a class action against the Commonwealth over the equine influenza (EI) outbreak in 2007 which devastated the racing and other horse-related industries.
Tuesday, 19 June 2012
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Record $200m Centro class action settlement approved Maurice Blackburn Lawyers secured a major victory for Centro shareholders today, with the $200 million settlement being formally approved in the Federal Court.
Thursday, 14 June 2012
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Residents and businesses critical to success of floods legal action IMF Australia, the litigation funder behind a proposed class action to be run by Maurice Blackburn against the State of Queensland on behalf of thousands of victims of the 2011 floods, will convene with Maurice Blackburn a series of public meetings across flood-affected areas of Brisbane in the coming weeks.
Thursday, 31 May 2012
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IMF and Maurice Blackburn launch $150m class action on behalf of unitholders in Rivercity Motorway Group Litigation funder Bentham IMF (formerly IMF Australia) and Maurice Blackburn Lawyers today launched a claim for damages on behalf of hundreds of investors in the ill-fated Clem Jones (Clem 7) tunnel, built by RiverCity Motorway Group.
Friday, 11 May 2012
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High Court victory in bank fees class action The High Court of Australia today agreed to expedite an appeal by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers regarding a Federal Court ruling against group members made in December, in respect of some of the fees ANZ Bank would have to defend in the nationwide class action series against bank exception fees.
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
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Record-breaking $200m Centro class action win In the largest court case in Australia this year, Maurice Blackburn and IMF (Australia) have secured a major victory for Centro shareholders with an in-principle agreement to deliver a $200 million payout to end the long-running case.