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Supreme Court Enforces Arbitration Clauses For Business Customers In Consumer Class Action
Business customers that agreed to arbitrate disputes cannot "piggyback" their claims onto a consumer class action in court, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Canada
25 Apr 2019
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Lincoln Caylor: Foreign Arbitral Deference Still Trending In Canadian Courts
Lincoln Caylor and Ranjan Agarwal write an Expert Analysis in Law360 on "Foreign Arbitral Deference Still Trending In Canadian Courts."
Canada
28 Feb 2019
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Uber Drivers Get Their Day In Court
The intersection of mandatory arbitration clauses and class proceedings continues to be a vexing problem for the courts. In Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc., the first decision of 2019
Canada
31 Jan 2019
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Ontario Court Certifies Investment Advisors Overtime Class Action
The Ontario Superior Court of Justice has recently certified a class action alleging that BMO Nesbitt Burns Inc. failed to pay overtime to a group of approximately 1,500 current and former Investment Advisors.
Canada
28 Aug 2013
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SCC To Consider Use Of Criminal Wiretaps In Class Actions
On June 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada announced that it would hear appeals in two matters from Quebec that may determine whether and to what extent wire tap evidence that was obtained in a criminal or a regulatory investigation can be produced in civil proceedings.
Canada
21 Jun 2013
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SCC Greenlights Judicial Borrowing
Contrary to what we have all been told since grade school, in Cojocaru v British Columbia Women’s Hospital and Health Centre the Supreme Court of Canada decided that copying might not necessarily always be wrong.
Canada
5 Jun 2013
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