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Daily briefs: Slater and Gordon alleges foreign influence on treasury decisions

Liberal senator James Paterson

Committee chair James Paterson presided over intense questioning from MPs Jason Falinski and Deborah O'Neill about alleged conflicts of interest on class actions in Australia. Image credit: Mick Tsikas/AAP

By Adrian Black
Mon 27 July 2020

Accusations of conflicts of interest were flung across patchy internet connections today as class action law firms faced fierce questioning at the Parliamentary Joint Inquiry into litigation funding.[.....]

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