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The Supreme Court of Canada rules on the issue of “credit charges” pursuant to the Consumer Protection Act and the issuance of punitive damages *

Canada - October 3 2014
In the context of class actions originally initiated before the Quebec Superior Court in 2003, the Supreme Court of Canada ("SCC") has recently…

Co-authors: Martin Bergeron, Rachel April Giguère, Maude Poulin.


Restrictions to unilateral contractual amendments... and to punitive damages *

Canada - July 14 2014
The recent decision of the Superior Court of Quebec in the Martin v. Société Telus Communication class action puts into perspective other recent…

Co-authors: Rachel April Giguère.


Infineon Technologies AG v Option consommateurs: has the Supreme Court of Canada opened the door to purely speculative class action claims? *

Canada - November 22 2013
For several months now, class action practitioners in Quebec have been patiently awaiting the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Infineon…

Co-authors: Alexandre Forest, Éric Vallières, Rachel April Giguère.


Supreme Court of Canada trilogy holds that indirect purchasers may advance class action for recovery of unlawful price-fixing *

Canada - November 8 2013
The Supreme Court of Canada rulings in three consumer class actions have been long anticipated by competition and class action lawyers on several key…

Co-authors: Lisa Parliament, Joan M. Young, David W. Kent, Éric Vallières, Neil Campbell.


Class actions: introduction of evidence, another obstacle for respondents at the authorization stage? *

Canada - August 23 2013
The recent decision of the Superior Court of Quebec in Dick v Johnson & Johnson Inc., rendered in the context of a motion seeking…

Co-authors: Rachel April Giguère.


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