Class action by primary producers
We acted in a significant $50 million class action claim in the Federal Court. Thirty five farmers Australia wide sued an agricultural machinery manufacturer for crop losses arising from a defective cultivator. The matter involved complex engineering issues relating to policy interpretation, contract law, Trade Practices law and negligent misrepresentation. After mounting a strong defence, we successfully achieved a commercial settlement after six weeks of trial for a relatively nominal contribution by our client.
May 15, 2015
Introduction The High Court has unanimously allowed an appeal against a decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court of…Continue reading
April 24, 2018
Foster v QBE European Underwriting Services (Australia) Pty Ltd as Managing Agent for Lloyds Syndicate 386  In the recent decision in…Continue reading
March 3, 2016
The 2017 list of ‘Best Lawyers in Australia’ was published online by the Australian Financial Review on 26 February 2016. Moray &…Continue reading