Corestaff NT Pty Ltd Class Action

IMF Bentham Limited (IMF) is funding a class action against Corestaff NT Pty Ltd (Corestaff) on behalf of employees of Corestaff who entered into fixed term employment contracts in 2011 and 2012 and were terminated on or after 23 November 2012.

You are a group member in the class action if you:

  1. received an Offer Letter from Corestaff in or about 2011 and 2012;
  2. received a Termination Letter from Corestaff on or after 23 November 2012;
  3. are alleged to have suffered loss and damage as a result of the conduct of Corestaff pleaded in the Statement of Claim.

(Group Member)

The class action is being run Levitt Robinson Solicitors.

If you are a Group Member, you are invited to enter into a Litigation Funding Agreement with IMF and a Costs Agreement with Levitt Robinson. This can compelted online by following the steps set out below. The claim has been filed on an open class basis, but for the reasons set out during the sign up process you are invited to enter into a Funding Agreement with IMF.

Background

CoreStaff is a labour hire company. In 2011, a number of employees accepted a 3-year fixed term employment contract with Corestaff. These employees were then on-hired to Corestaff clients at mine sites in Western Australia. In November 2012, Corestaff terminated the employment contracts of these employees.

How much will it cost?

The claim is being run on a no win - no pay basis, with all costs fully underwritten by IMF. If you sign a funding agreement with IMF, you will not have to pay any fees unless the claims are successfully resolved. IMF will pay the other side's legal costs if the claim is unsuccessful.

How do I sign up?

To sign up, you can do so by clicking on the "Sign up" button below. Alternatively, you can contact the IMF Client Liaison Team by email on [email protected]. All information provided will be treated confidentially and in accordance with IMF's privacy policy.

If you have any questions, you can contact the IMF Client Liaison Team by email on [email protected] 
or free call 1800 016 464.