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 NT Class Action

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

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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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