About Jaime McKenzie
Jaime has a broad ranging commercial disputes and investigations practice specialising in class actions, regulatory enforcement and investigations and product liability matters. Jaime's strength is exercising sound commercial judgement to provide clear and strategic advice.
Her recent experience includes:
- NULIS and MLC Limited (MySuper class action) – class action in the Supreme Court of Victoria regarding alleged breaches of trustee duties, arising from the Financial Services Royal Commission.
- PTTEP Australasia (Ashmore Cartier) Pty Ltd (Montara oil spill class action) – class action in the Federal Court arising from a well control incident resulting in an uncontrolled release of oil and gas in the Timor Sea and advising in relation to a related multi-billion dollar claim commenced by the Government of Indonesia in Jakarta.
- Crown Resorts Limited (Crown AML class action) – class action in the Supreme Court of Victoria in relation to allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct and breach of continuous disclosure obligations related to AML/CTF systems and controls.
- ASIC s19 examinations – acting for directors and executives in the context of ASIC investigations.
- American multinational supplier of recreational vehicles – advising in relation to a national product recall of goods potentially containing asbestos.
- Australian automotive company – in relation to a proposed mandatory recall of vehicles using Takata airbag inflators.
- Consumer product suppliers and manufacturers including Ford, Mondelez, Woolworths, General Mills, Coles, Energizer, Under Armour and Asahi, in relation to a broad range of matters including product liability, product recalls, regulator engagement, civil penalty enforcement proceedings and advice on compliance with product standards.