concerns that there are too many class actions against companies are ill founded, according to federal court judge bernard murphy. justice murphy applauded australia's current class action regime on the 25th anniversary of the regime in australia. justice bernard murphy welcomed the 25th anniversary of the class action regime in australia. photo: getty images`provided the actions are about serious wrongs and provided they are about serious losses, as a society shouldn't we be more worried about corporate wrongdoings rather than the number of class actions?` justice murphy told the 2017 corporate conduct and class action symposium in melbourne on wednesday.justice murphy's comments stand in opposition to those by some quarters from the business community that have decried the `outbreak` of class actions, particularly class actions brought on behalf of investors.but justice murphy said the regime gave improved access to justice for many australians who couldn't afford to launch their own action against a big company or state or federal government.`it is important to remember that before the class action regime was introduced, it was either impossible, or at least exceedingly rare for consumers, cartel victims, shareholders, investors and the victims of catastrophe to recover compensation, even when misconduct was plain,` justice murphy said.advertisement`since 19...