Australia’s continuous disclosure regime under the microscope as class actions rise

High Court of Australia in Canberra. Credit: iStock/chameleonseye

The rapid rise in class actions brought in Australia against corporations operating under the continuous disclosure regime for listed companies shows no signs of abating, based on latest analysis from law firm Jones Day in its recently published fifth review of Australian class actions. The recent connected rise in directors and officers (D&O) claims will inevitably continue as a result,…

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