Meeting the challenges of a growing Canadian class proceedings system.
Over the last several years, Canada has seen an increase in the number of class actions filed. Securities, mass torts, product liability and employment continue to be a frequent subject of class action litigation. Recent trends in Canada have also led to a rise in the number of data breach claims, consumer protection claims and competition or anti-trust litigation. Members of our industry-leading Class Actions group, Karine Chênevert and David Elman, discuss the challenges of class action litigation in Canada and the key implications of U.S. actions on Canadian claims. From risk management to avoiding class actions, negotiating settlements or defending claims, find out how our experienced legal team can advocate on your behalf and help develop and execute strategic responses.
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