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Litigating During COVID-19: Still Possible

Canada - May 4 2020 The COVID-19 outbreak has changed the day-to-day practice of litigation in Canada. While Canadian courts continue to adapt to the temporary reality of…

Kyle Lambert, Paola Ramirez, Preet Saini, Rachel Cooper, Shari Munk-Manel, Shea Coulson.

Stop the Clocks! What Does the Suspension of Civil Delays in Quebec Mean for You?

Canada - April 23 2020 On March 13, the Province of Quebec declared a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic pursuant to article 118 of Quebec’s Public Health…

Stop the Clocks! What Does the Suspension of Civil Delays in Québec Mean for You?

Canada - April 21 2020 On March 13, the Province of Québec declared a public health emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic pursuant to article 118 of Québec’s Public Health…

What Are "Moral Damages" Worth? Quebec Court of Appeal Limits When Consumers' Frustration Constitutes a Recoverable Harm

Canada - March 4 2020 On January 20th 2020, the Quebec Court of Appeal rendered its judgement in Meubles Léon v. Options Consommateurs. This class action dealt with…

Sidney Elbaz.