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Canada - March 25 2021 Whether a party has standing before a tribunal is not commonly litigated, however, the question of standing can be of critical importance to parties…

Julie K. Parla, Kyle McMillan, Sam Rogers, William Horne.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Direction from the Court of Appeal of Quebec in matters of class action stay applications.

Canada - October 15 2020 The filing of concurrent multi-jurisdictional class actions applications based on the same facts has long been a thorn in the side of judicial…

Kristian Brabander, Nicolas Monet.

Silence, on tourne! - A landmark decision dismisses a class action with respect to annoyances associated with construction and operation of a wind farm

Canada - March 10 2020 On February 25, 2020, the Superior Court of Québec rendered its decision in the class action instituted on behalf of the residents of the area in…

Louis-Nicolas Boulanger, Mathieu LeBlanc, Mireille Trottier.

Le regard divisé de la cour suprême sur l’application des critères d’autorisation de l’action collective au Québec

Canada - June 13 2019 La Cour suprême a rendu une décision attendue par de nombreux juristes au Québec dans l’affaire…

Bianca Annie Marcelin, Isabelle Vendette.

Can a Creditor Seize in Québec Monies Held in a Foreign Bank Account by a Third Party Domiciled in Québec on Behalf of The Debtor

Canada - February 4 2019 In Instrubel v Republic of Iraq, the Québec Court of Appeal ruled that the fact that funds were held in a foreign bank account by an agent domiciled…

Gabriel Faure.