I'm never gonna leave you
I never gonna leave
Holdin' on, ten years gone
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
About 10 years after issuing her claim, the representative plaintiff filed a certification application. … Read More
The recent Court of Appeal decision, ICBC v. Ari, has generated widespread interest and debate amongst the privacy and class action community. This significant decision reinforces the importance of stringent … Read More
The Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan recently denied certification of a proposed class action alleging negligent design and manufacture of numerous vehicle models spanning several decades.
In Kane v FCA … Read More
The British Columbia Superior Court (“BCSC”) recently denied certification of a proposed class action alleging user privacy violations in Chow v Facebook, 2022 BCSC 137 (“Chow”). This denial demonstrates that … Read More
Is the presence of a product recall sufficient to support a class action proceeding? Two recent appellate decisions involving automotive recalls illustrate that recalls cannot be blindly relied on as … Read More
Setoguchi v Uber and Simpson v Facebook
When widespread data privacy breaches occur, compromised organizations have genuine concern that class action certification is likely to follow. However, two recent decisions illustrate … Read More
In recent decisions, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia Courts have closely considered the issue of the appropriate timing of pre-certification motions.
These courts have rejected a categorical bar to pre-certification preliminary … Read More
A narrow majority of the Supreme Court of Canada recently struck and dismissed a proposed class action claiming the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (“ALC”) should disgorge their profits from video lottery … Read More