Peter J. Pliszka



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A Claim Too Far: Supreme Court of Canada Refuses to Recognize New Tort Duty for Pure Economic Loss Claims by Supply Chain Parties Against Manufacturers

Canada - December 1 2020 The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in 1688782 Ontario Inc. v. Maple Leaf Foods, Inc., 2020 SCC 35 clarifies the law of negligence…

Michael Parrish

Common Sense Meets Class Actions: If No Loss, Then Nothing to Certify

Canada - October 13 2020 Certification of a proposed class action will be denied when a plaintiff fails to present evidence that he or she has incurred any compensable loss…

Antonio Di Domenico, Zohaib Maladwala, Caroline Youdan

Le projet de loi 161 a été adopté - Le gouvernement de l’Ontario apporte des changements majeurs au régime des recours collectifs

Canada - August 7 2020 Le 8 juillet 2020, le Gouvernement de l’Ontario a modifié substantiellement la Loi de 1992 sur les recours collectifs (la LRC) lorsque la…

Robin P. Roddey, Pavel Sergeyev

Bill 161 Is Now Law - Ontario Government Enacts Major Changes To Class Proceedings Act

Canada - July 14 2020 On July 8, 2020, the Ontario Government enacted major changes to the Class Proceedings Act, 1992 (the “CPA”) when the Lieutenant Governor gave Royal…

Robin P. Roddey, Pavel Sergeyev

A Possible Blueprint for Class Action Law Reform in Ontario

Canada - July 22 2019 On July 17, 2019, the Law Commission of Ontario (“LCO”) released its long-awaited report, Class Actions: Objectives, Experiences and Reforms. The…

Daphne Papadatos, Robin P. Roddey