Contributed by: Polly Pope, Chris Curran and Kirsten Massey
Published on: June 14, 2021
Representative or class actions continue to grow and develop in New Zealand and around the globe. In this update, we consider some of these developments and summarise them in our infographic linked below. The update also considers the Law Commission's current review of representative or class actions in New Zealand and possible reforms, with such reforms potentially requiring continued public input.
We have, and continue to be, actively involved in a number of class action proceedings, and in the reform process. We have a number of leading class action lawyers available to assist in New Zealand and international class actions, who are experienced in acting for both plaintiffs and defendants. Please get in touch with our expert team if you would like to discuss anything in this update, or class actions generally.
Read our summary infographic here.
This article is intended only to provide a summary of the subject covered. It does not purport to be comprehensive or to provide legal advice. No person should act in reliance on any statement contained in this publication without first obtaining specific professional advice. If you require any advice or further information on the subject matter of this newsletter, please contact the partner/solicitor in the firm who normally advises you, or alternatively contact one of the partners listed below.