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Suggesting an alternative approach to an uncommon medical device class action

Canada - May 7 2015 In O'Brien v Bard Canada Inc, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently declined to certify a medical device class action because the plaintiff…

The individual nature of medical device litigation

Canada - April 10 2015 A recent Alberta decision refusing to certify a proposed medical device class action illustrates that in some cases a class action is not preferable…

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.

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