Court House Capital is backing a new shareholder class action in New Zealand against a2 Milk for allegedly making misleading statements and for breaches of continuous disclosure obligations. This is the third class action against a2 Milk. Two similar class actions were launched against the company in Australia last year. The legal team consists of Philip Skelton, QC, Thorn Law and Gilligan Rowe.
Court House Capital is funding a class action in Australia against McDonald’s over the company’s alleged failure to provide its employees with paid 10-minute rest breaks. The class action is being conducted by Shine Lawyers Australia.
Court House Capital is funding a potential class action being brought by Bannister Law against Australian fintech institution Tyro Payments. Tyro is the largest provider of EFTPOS (electronic funds transfer at point of sale) service other than the banks to over 32,000 Australian businesses. Many businesses have been unable to accept electronic payments in their business due to connectivity issues with Tyro terminals, leaving some businesses with the woefully inadequate situation of accepting cash payments only, losing essential revenue.