the lawyer charged with deciding whether one of australia's largest institution investors perpetual signs up to class actions has called fees charged by class action lawyers and funders `excessive`.perpetual senior lawyer jessie moodley told the corporate conduct and class action symposium in melbourne she had ongoing concerns about the fees associated with class actions.melbourne to get 'bigger' trainsvideo duration00:53previous slidenext slidevideo duration01:52why are class actions important?why are class actions important?at the celebrating 25 years of class actions in australia symposium, sponsored by businessday, maurice blackburn head of class action andrew watson says the $3.5 billion paid by defendants in class action settlements, understates the significance of the regime.melbourne to get 'bigger' trainsvideo duration00:53video duration00:53melbourne to get 'bigger' trainsmelbourne to get 'bigger' trainsanimation recreation of the proposed high-capacity metro trains and upgrades to lines and stations. (vision: supplied)cctv: man knocked unconscious on sydney rdvideo duration00:36video duration00:36cctv: man knocked unconscious on sydney rdcctv: man knocked unconscious on sydney rda 42-year-old man was elbowed and knocked unconscious about 1am on march 6 after approaching two men in brunswick. unsolved murder case reopenedvideo duration00:52video duration00:...