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Successful pre-certification summary trial in pharmaceutical product liability case *

Canada - July 21 2014
The British Columbia Supreme Court recently dismissed claims against two defendants in a proposed class action, prior to certification, citing a lack…

Co-authors: Lauren Posloski .


Aggregate damages in class proceedings: Ontario court takes a first step *

Canada - July 21 2014
In what is reported to be the first class action decision in which an award of aggregate damages on a class-wide basis has been made, the Ontario…

Co-authors: Pamela Sidey.


Privacy class action for tort of intrusion upon seclusion certified in Ontario *

Canada - June 23 2014
Should an employer be held vicariously liable if an employee breaches the privacy of a company's customers? According to the Ontario Superior Court…

Co-authors: Pamela Sidey, Christine A. Carron, Ad E.


The Law Commission of Ontario considers class actions—are changes needed? *

Canada - February 12 2014
The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) recently released a list of issues to be considered as part of its comprehensive review of Ontario's Class…


Yes, it must be unlawful and actionable—Supreme Court of Canada considers the tort of unlawful interference with economic relations *

Canada - February 10 2014
On January 31, 2014, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in 34863 A.I.

Co-authors: Andrea Campbell.


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