- Nov 29, 2019
A nationally coordinated class-action system remains elusive as provincial class actions conflict and come to different conclusions
- Aug 08, 2019
Even with a bedrock of legal principle at stake, Ecuadorean villagers' battle with Chevron had equities at its heart
- Jun 24, 2019
After the launch of Hydro One’s new billing system in 2013, many of its 1.3 million customers were affected by a variety of billing problems including overcharging, delayed bills, and undercharging. ...
- Nov 08, 2017
A look at the settlement of a class action lawsuit against Volkswagen Group Canada in a case involving vehicle emissions control systems software. The settlement, valued at up to $2.1 billion, is the ...
- Nov 18, 2016
A door to preemption may be opening in Canada. And while multi-jurisdictional product-liability class actions remain uncertain, the mass tort movement has found increasing favor.
- Nov 18, 2016
Each Canadian province has its own class-action statute, which means US clients may still face five or six overlapping class actions, each one bogged down by interlocutory motions and appeals.
- Sep 06, 2016
The rules around Canadian class actions — for decades, a work in progress — have finally found some measure of clarity. Could the Wild West era be over?
- Nov 27, 2015
Damage caps and other restrictions for shareholder class actions appear to have worked. Whether that is a good thing depends who you ask
- Nov 23, 2015
Class action reform aims to help smaller businesses fight antitrust infringement