Court House Capital is currently working together with various claimants and legal practitioners to investigate a number of class actions.
Toyota New Zealand
Court House Capital is funding a class action against Toyota New Zealand.
A class action was launched in the High Court of New Zealand, Auckland Registry in September 2023.
This class action alleges that 35,000 New Zealand Toyota customers who purchased a Hilux, Fortuner or Prado vehicles with a 1GD-FTV or 2GD-FTV diesel engine deserve to be compensated for losses suffered as a result of defective diesel particulate systems. The effects of a faulty diesel participate system include poor fuel efficiency, offensive-smelling exhaust emissions, excessive white smoke and persistent warning notifications.
The lawyers are Shine Lawyers.
a2 Milk Company Limited
Court House Capital is funding a class action against a2 Milk Company Limited alleging breaches of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 and the Fair Trading Act 1986.
The class action was launched in the New Zealand High Court by shareholders who allegedly suffered losses as a result of the significant decline in the value of a2 Milk shares between 19 August 2020 and 9 May 2021.
The lawyers are Thorn Law.
McDonald’s Australia Ltd
Court House Capital is funding a class action against McDonald’s Australia Limited ABN 43 008 496 928 (McDonald’s).
The class action was launched in the Federal Court of Australia on 6 December 2021. The basis of this class action is that McDonald’s breached the 2013 McDonald’s Australia Enterprise Agreement, the Fast Food Industry Award 2010 and sections of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) by allowing, or failing to prevent, employees being denied paid 10 minute rest breaks when working a shift of four hours or more.
The class action is being conducted by Shine Lawyers Australia.
Tyro Payments Limited
Court House Capital funded a class action against Tyro Payments Limited.
This class action was launched in the Federal Court of Australia on behalf of businesses who suffered losses arising from a software outage on 5 January 2021 that caused EFTPOS terminals to become inoperable and incapable of accepting non-cash payments.
The class action settled at mediation and was approved by the Federal Court of Australia on 30 May 2023.
Court House Capital funded a class action against Maynard Marks Limited.
This class action was launched in the New Zealand High Court by apartment owners against the former project managers alleging negligent advice and breach of contract.
The class action was conducted by Thorn Law and resolved at mediation in May 2023.
+61 2 9221 8000