Alexandra Marlborough

Appointment of Investment Manager

Litigation Lending is proud to welcome back Alexandra Marlborough to our team of experienced Investment Managers.  Ali worked with us in 2021 on secondment from Shine Lawyers and provided us with her specialist knowledge and experience in large complex class action litigation in a broad range of disputes, from social justice and human rights to financial services and securities litigation, against large corporations, as well as federal and state governments.

Ali holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Finance, from Bond University. Ali was admitted to the legal profession in 2018 and has experience in commercial litigation, most recently as an Associate in the Class Actions Practice of Shine Lawyers. We are delighted to have Ali back on our team full time, based in our Brisbane office, level 54, 111 Eagle Street.

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IOOF (ASX: IFL) Class Action

An action on behalf of aggrieved IOOF investors who suffered losses from IOOF’s alleged non-disclosure of corporate misconduct.

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BSA Class Action

Shine Lawyers, with funding support from Litigation Lending, has launched a class action against BSA Limited (BSA), on behalf of telecommunication workers who, since 2003, suffered financial losses after entering into sub-contracting arrangements with BSA.

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Tandem Class Action

An action run on behalf of telecommunication workers who suffered financial losses after entering into sub-contracting arrangements.

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Stolen Generation Class Action

A class action launched on behalf of the Stolen Generations of the Northern Territory who were forcibly removed from their families as children.

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Fonterra Class Action

An action on behalf of Victorian, South Australian and Tasmanian dairy farmers who supplied milk to companies within the Fonterra Group during the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

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Stolen Wages Class Actions (Multiple States and Territories)

Litigation Lending is funding Shine Lawyers in investigating a number of potential class actions against various States and Territories on behalf of First Nations People who were negatively impacted by Wage Control legislation from the late 1800's to the 1970's.

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Stolen Wages (WA): Class Action July 2022 Evidence Preservation Hearings

A Class Action is underway on behalf of thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who worked in Western Australia whose wages were unjustly withheld or not paid as a result of wage control legislation in effect from 1800s until 1970s. The Evidence Preservation Hearings conducted with the Federal Court this July are the latest steps in the Class Action, which is being run by Shine Lawyers, have further highlighted the conditions experienced by individuals under the State Government’s unjust historical policy.For more information:


Australian Government Consultation into Class Action Reforms


Crackdown on class actions helps big end of town

IOOF (ASX: IFL) Class Action

An action on behalf of aggrieved IOOF investors who suffered losses from IOOF’s alleged non-disclosure of corporate misconduct.

MORE INFORMATION

BSA Class Action

Shine Lawyers, with funding support from Litigation Lending, has launched a class action against BSA Limited (BSA), on behalf of telecommunication workers who, since 2003, suffered financial losses after entering into sub-contracting arrangements with BSA.

MORE INFORMATION

Tandem Class Action

An action run on behalf of telecommunication workers who suffered financial losses after entering into sub-contracting arrangements.

MORE INFORMATION

Stolen Generation Class Action

A class action launched on behalf of the Stolen Generations of the Northern Territory who were forcibly removed from their families as children.

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Fonterra Class Action

An action on behalf of Victorian, South Australian and Tasmanian dairy farmers who supplied milk to companies within the Fonterra Group during the period 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.

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Stolen Wages Class Actions (Multiple States and Territories)

Litigation Lending is funding Shine Lawyers in investigating a number of potential class actions against various States and Territories on behalf of First Nations People who were negatively impacted by Wage Control legislation from the late 1800's to the 1970's.

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Stolen Wages

LLS Board director Nyunggai Warren Mundine writes in The Australian on the topic of Stolen Wages.

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Stolen Wages Northern Territory Class Action: June 2021

Class action launched against the Commonwealth Government on behalf of First Nations peoples seeking compensation from the Commonwealth of Australia for lost income between 1933 and 1972, when First Nations people were denied basic rights and entitlements under so-called protective legislation whilst working in the Northern Territory.

Aboriginal leader and Director of Litigation Lending Services (LLS), which is funding the class action, Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO, said it’s time the issue of stolen wages was addressed.  “Australians expect a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work and it’s embarrassing the Commonwealth has not already acted to resolve this injustice,” Mr Mundine said. “We are proud to serve a pathway to justice for these First Nations people whose efforts built our great nation.”

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Appointment of Investment Managers

Appointment of Investment Managers

Litigation Lending are proud to announce the appointment of two new Investment Managers to our team, Emma Colantonio and Laura Morrissey.

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Stolen Generations Class Action (Northern Territory)

Alexandra Marlborough

Appointment of Investment Manager

Litigation Lending is proud to welcome back Alexandra Marlborough to our team of experienced Investment Managers.

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Stolen Wages (WA): Class Action July 2022 Evidence Preservation Hearings

Broome, Beagle Bay, Fitzroy Crossing, New Norcia Benedictine community and Bidyadanga

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Australian Government Consultation into Class Action Reforms

LLS has submitted the following papers as part of the consultation process for the Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for Consultation) Bill 2021: Litigation funders and Guaranteeing a minimum return of class action proceeds to class members.

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A ruthless reform of class actions – but what about the conflict of interest?

LLS CEO Stephen Conrad writes in the AFR on the need for a consultative approach to class action reform, not the Governments “one-size-fits-all” approach.

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Crackdown on class actions helps big end of town

Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO shares his thoughts in The Australian on the Governments latest reforms for class actions.

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Stolen Wages

LLS Board director Nyunggai Warren Mundine writes in The Australian on the topic of Stolen Wages.

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Parliamentary Inquiry into litigation funding and the regulation of the class action industry - Release of Final Report

Parliamentary Inquiry into litigation funding and the regulation of the class action industry - Release of Final Report

LLS provides a response to the release of the 454 page Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services (PJC) Final Report.

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Alexandra Marlborough

Appointment of Investment Manager

Litigation Lending is proud to welcome back Alexandra Marlborough to our team of experienced Investment Managers.

MORE INFORMATION

Stolen Wages (WA): Class Action July 2022 Evidence Preservation Hearings

Broome, Beagle Bay, Fitzroy Crossing, New Norcia Benedictine community and Bidyadanga

MORE INFORMATION

Australian Government Consultation into Class Action Reforms

LLS has submitted the following papers as part of the consultation process for the Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for Consultation) Bill 2021: Litigation funders and Guaranteeing a minimum return of class action proceeds to class members.

MORE INFORMATION

A ruthless reform of class actions – but what about the conflict of interest?

LLS CEO Stephen Conrad writes in the AFR on the need for a consultative approach to class action reform, not the Governments “one-size-fits-all” approach.

MORE INFORMATION

Crackdown on class actions helps big end of town

Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO shares his thoughts in The Australian on the Governments latest reforms for class actions.

MORE INFORMATION

Stolen Wages

LLS Board director Nyunggai Warren Mundine writes in The Australian on the topic of Stolen Wages.

MORE INFORMATION