The troubles continue to roll in for e-discovery and digital forensics provider Nuix. According to Australian media, a class action lawsuit was filed on Nov. 19 in the Supreme Court of Victoria in Australia, alleging the legal tech company misrepresented and omitted information in its initial public offering (IPO) prospectus and market disclosures.

The lawsuit was filed by Australian litigation firm Shine Lawyers on Nov. 19, per reporting by Australian IT publication ARN. Shine class actions practice leader Craig Allsopp said the firm conducted an investigation of Nuix and claimed the “company’s prospectus and financial forecasts may have misrepresented or omitted financial information and potential risks, which was misleading and deceptive to investors,” ARN reported.