Class action against Westpac re consumer credit insurance — Case management hearing


Slater and Gordon have commenced proceedings against Westpac for selling “junk” insurance to consumers. Westpac subsidiariies Westpac General and Westpac Life have also been named as respondents. More details here and here.[.....]

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