The number of class action lawsuits filed in Australia has been rising sharply—driven both by a major government inquiry into the financial sector and by increased activity by litigation funders.

“Class actions are very active in this market in comparison to three or five years ago,” said Michael Mills, a founding partner of the U.S.-firm Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan’s Australian office. “There are many more actions around.”

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