Lachlan Armstrong practices in general commercial, securities, competition and insurance litigation in the Federal Court, and all States’ Supreme Courts.
He has particular experience in class actions and similar complex litigation. He has advised or appeared in more than 100 class actions or multi-plaintiff proceedings, in most Australian jurisdictions and covering a very wide range of practice areas.
The most prominent of the class or grouped actions in which he has been centrally involved include:
Lachlan regularly advises and appears for litigation funders and law firms in relation to –
Outside class actions, Lachlan has extensive experience in:
Lachlan advises in a wide range of commercial, insurance and general litigation matters. He appears in the Supreme Courts of all States, and in the Federal Court.
Lachlan was the originating author of the “class actions” commentary in the Butterworths Federal Court Practice loose-leaf, and the author of the “class actions” chapter in Legg et al “Resolving Civil Disputes” (Lexis/Nexis Butterworth 2016, revd 2023).