Current group proceedings (class actions) currently before the Supreme Court are listed here.
COVID-19 State Government (Business losses) Group Proceeding (Class Action)
A group proceeding (class action) on behalf of business owners who suffered economic loss as a result of the Stage 3 and/or Stage 4 restrictions imposed in Melbourne and regional Victoria in response to the ‘second wave’ coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Flex Commissions Group Proceeding (Class Action) - ANZ and Macquarie
Group proceeding brought on behalf of persons who entered into car loans issued under ANZ’s credit license, in the period 1 January 2011 to 31 March 2016, with respect to which a “flex commission” was paid to an ANZ accredited car dealer.
JLT Risk Solutions Group proceeding (Class Action)
Group proceeding (class action) brought on behalf of local councils in Victoria that engaged JLT Risk Solutions (formerly called Jardine Thomson Pty Ltd) to provide insurance broking services between 1 January 2009 and 28 June 2019 and that obtained Property insurance through the JLT (Municipal Asset Protection Plan) Discretionary Trust.
NAB Mysuper Group Proceeding (Class Action)
A group proceeding (class action) on behalf of members who held accrued default amounts in MasterKey Super products that were transferred into MySuper products on 3 December 2016 or 25 March 2017. The plaintiff alleges that the defendants, the trustees of the super funds, breached their duties as trustees by failing to transition the accrued default amounts to the lower-cost MySuper product in a way that was timely and in the best interests of those members.