A plaintiff’s perspective on class actions: Part II

By Robyn Tongol|15 November 2020
Andrew Watson

Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with Maurice Blackburn, is pleased to present a two-part episode exploring all things class actions in 2020 and beyond.

In the second part of this conversation, host Jerome Doraisamy and Maurice Blackburn national head of class actions Andrew Watson dive deeper into the challenges surrounding contingency fees and common fund orders, the duties of leaders in class actions teams at this critical juncture, and the likelihood of shareholder class actions emerging in a post-pandemic world

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The pair also unpack why a career on the plaintiff side of the table can be a meaningful, inspiring vocational pathway for lawyers interested in class action work.

If you haven’t yet listened to part one of this conversation, go back to tune in!

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