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Supreme Court Of Canada Says To Yield To The Arbitration Clause In The Case Of Consumer/Non-Consumer Class Actions
The Supreme Court of Canada recently released its decision in TELUS Communications Inc. v. Wellman.
Canada
29 Apr 2019
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Quebec Superior Court Refuses To Approve Bank Fee Class Action Settlements On Account Of Unjustified Class Counsel Fees
​On January 23, 2017, Justice Claudine Roy of the Superior Court of Quebec rendered an important judgment on settlement approval motions in four related class actions.​ ​
Canada
17 Feb 2017
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General Purpose Pre-Paid Cards Issued By Federally-Regulated Financial Institutions Are Subject To B.C. Business Practices And Consumer Protection Act
Although perhaps not a surprising result in terms of constitutional law, in a proposed class action the B.C. Supreme Court has held that general purpose prepaid cards issued by federally-regulated financial institutions are subject to the provisions of the B.C. Business Practices and Consumer Protection Act.
Canada
8 Mar 2016
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BLG 2015 Canadian Financial Institutions Regulatory Outlook
2014 was another year of considerable regulatory change for Canadian financial institutions.
Canada
14 Jan 2015
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Derivative Exchange Requirements Become Effective On October 2, 2013
Up to now, the over-the-counter derivatives market has largely focused on compliance with mandates to centrally clear certain derivatives required to be settled by a regulated clearinghouse.
Canada
2 Oct 2013
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