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A class action attempts to have common or similar claims resolved in a single proceeding with the result binding upon all class members and opposing parties. In Ontario, a matter which is started as a class proceeding requires an Order for Certification from the Court certifying it as a class action. At the certification stage, the court will consider whether there is a cause of action and identifiable class, whether common issues are raised, whether a class action is preferable for the resolution of common issues and whether there is a suitable representative plaintiff. Then, if the Court believes a class action is appropriate it will certify the action.
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Class actions are a complex and unique area of the law. It is important to retain lawyers with expertise in class actions who can guide you clearly through the process and who can zealously advocate for your interests as a ...Learn More
A class action attempts to have common or similar claims resolved in a single proceeding with the result binding upon all class members and opposing parties. In Ontario, a matter which is started as a class proceeding requires an Order ...Learn More
Where multiple plaintiffs are similarly situated, a class action eliminates the need to participate in repetitive and costly hearings and individual suits. In cases where it would not be economical or practical for an individual to bring a claim and ...Learn More