Stuart Price, CEO and Kim May, Senior Litigation Manager announced today the commencement of a class action in Queensland to recover the unpaid wages of Indigenous people which were earned between 1939 and 1972. Litigation Lending has joined with Cairns-based law firm, BE Law for the Queensland class action. Litigation Lending is also investigating bringing similar actions in other States and Territories together with Shine Lawyers. More information on the Queensland action can be found here, and on the other States and Territories can be found here.

Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan Launch – July 2023

Reconciliation Australia have endorsed Litigation Lending’s Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan.

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Investment Manager Paris Hamrey.

Appointment of Investment Manager – May 2023

Litigation Lending is delighted to announce the appointment of our new Investment Manager Paris Hamrey.

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Rebecca Le May writes in The West Australian on stories for some of WA’s hard working First Nations peoples who had their wages withheld under the government’s regulatory policies at the time.

Rebecca Le May writes in The West Australian on stories for some of WA’s hard working First Nations peoples who had their wages withheld under the government’s regulatory policies at the time.

What is the price of slavery? What actually happened to the 14,000 or so First Nations people of WA who were enslaved to work for little more than board and rations?

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$50m settlement reached in landmark “NT Stolen Generations” class action

Subject to Court approval, a settlement has been reached with more than 1700 Stolen Generation survivors.

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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.

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