We are Adley Burstyner


 

Experts in Group Claims
Ethical and Values Driven
Seeking Justice.

Progress occurs when individuals stand together, no matter who they are. Delivering access to justice for all, Adley Burstyner represents those who have suffered loss from corporate wrongdoing.

While Class Action procedures have been possible in Australia for decades, the costs of high stakes litigation have put major court proceedings beyond the reach or appetite of most.

Adley Burstyner is levelling the playing field, helping private entrepreneurs and small to medium enterprises access the benefits of Group Claim litigation.

David Burstyner is spearheading this change to provide greater access to justice through Group Claims.  A litigator for over 15 years, David has worked on some of Australia’s and Europe’s largest Class Actions. His personal and family history embodies hard work and passion and a commitment to do what it takes to achieve a better, fairer outcome. Combined with Adley - a name meaning "the just" - we become Adley Burstyner, a firm which tenaciously seeks justice in a better way.

Today Adley Burstyner is part of the Lantern Legal Group which includes Harwood Andrews and Sladen Legal.

Adley Burstyner harnesses the power of a 160 year old law firm with over 150 legal professionals and talented corporate service staff.

We utilise our expertise to run innovative and cost effective group claims while ensuring our clients receive professional and personalised service throughout the process. We do what we say we will and show respect at all times.


To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.
— Douglas Adams

B Corp Certification - Independent Confirmation of Our Social Responsibility

Adley Burstyner is extremely proud to have B Corp Certification, a major recognition of high standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. Being awarded and maintaining the certification, administered by the not-for-profit B-Lab, requires a rigorous assessment which measures impact on employees, community and the environment.

The B Corp movement began in the United States in 2007 and was officially launched in Australia in 2014. The growing community of Certified B Corps, spanning 50 countries and 130 industries, is working together towards one unifying goal; to redefine success in business. 

Certified B Corps recognise that being a good corporate citizen is about more than just profits. It’s also about creating value for all stakeholders, including employees, customers and the wider community.

Maintaining B Corp certification is one of several ways by which Adley Burstyner stays conscious of the impact of its operation on communities and the environment, and inspires other businesses to do the same.

For Adley Burstyner, being a B Corp harks back to the time when a company was an enduring pillar of its community, making a positive difference to its environment and earning respect from both those within and outside the company.