The Australian shareholder class action landscape is in flux. There are potential changes around protections afforded investors under the securities laws, regulation of litigation funders, permitting lawyers to charge contingency fees, and common fund orders.
Attend our webinar as FRT's Mike Lange and Sean Cookson, share insights into:
How does the Australian process differ from the U.S.?
How does the High Court of Australia’s recent decision eliminating the power of lower courts to make common fund orders impact the market? How will this impact new actions being filed both in the near and longer-term?
How has the growth in shareholder actions in Australia impacted corporate accountability?
How have litigation funders impacted the Australian market? How might an adverse parliamentary inquiry change things?
How could allowance of attorney contingency fees change things?
Mike Lange, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Litigation, Financial Recovery Technologies
Sean Cookson, Vice President and Managing Director – APAC, Financial Recovery Technologies
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