Striking out a representative action – Houghton v Saunders
Throughout its long life the Feltex representative action proceeding has created a number of significant decisions. With the latest New Zealand High Court decision in Houghton v Saunders, the matter is now on the brink of being struck out.
In this update, W+K’s Antony Holden and Michael Cavanaugh look at how the latest Feltex judgment is signalling a fairer and firmer balance between the interests of class members and defendants.
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