Class Action Articles

‘Multiples of Dozens’ allege sex assault by RCMP doctor

January 24, 2018

A doctor is being accused of sexually assaulting multiple female RCMP officers — and women applying to join the force. The Nova Scotia doctor was an RCMP employee may have assaulted dozens of women during medical exams. Ross Lord reports.

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Contingency Fees And Class Actions Make Legal Services Affordable For Canadians

July 6, 2017

The system is expensive – the civil justice system that is. When I first started practicing law, some 30 years ago, I used to joke that I couldn’t afford to hire myself. Legal services are notoriously expensive. Most of our clients wouldn’t be able to hire us but for two important features of the Canadian […]

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“Carriage” Of A Class Action – What Is It?

Recently, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice favoured Klein Lawyers, over competing law firms, awarding Klein Lawyers, “carriage” of Zimmer Durom hip implant class action litigation in Ontario. The Court decided that Klein Lawyers, was the best law firm positioned to advance the interests of people injured by the Zimmer Durom hip implant. The Court […]

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