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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...

Éric Vallières, Rachel April Giguère, Sidney Elbaz.

Contract for services in Qu├ębec: the client is still king when it comes to termination and to the service provider's compensation for loss of profit

Canada - September 5 2012 In MDV Representations v Corporation Xprima.com inc, the Superior Court of Quebec recently dismissed the claims of the plaintiffs, two service providers, who unsuccessfully argued that the defendant client had wrongfully terminated their service contracts to provide web sponsorship services....

Quebec is different - White Birch court finds that Indalex does not apply in Quebec

Canada - May 31 2012 A year after the uncertainty created in the Canadian corporate debt financing world by the Ontario Court of Appeal's pensions-friendly decision in the Indalex CCAA restructuring matter, the Quebec Superior Court, in April 2012, determined in a lengthy and well-reasoned decision that the key restructuring and pensions law principles underpinning Indalex do not apply in Quebec when considering the treatment of defined benefit amortization payment and deficit claims in a restructuring....

Nicholas Scheib.

Quebec Court of Appeal decision in dram: even more class actions ahead in Quebec?

Canada - November 23 2011 In a long awaited decision regarding dynamic memory computer chips (DRAM), finally issued on November 16, 2011, the Quebec Court of Appeal has profoundly altered the legal landscape for class actions in Quebec....

Éric Vallières, Sidney Elbaz.