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A Critical Reappraisal of Class Action Settlement Procedure in Search of a New Standard of Fairness

I. INTRODUCTION   Class action settlements are most frequently agreed upon in a multi-party context where not everyone is aware of the existence of a proposed settlement or of its terms and substance. Accordingly, in this very context, class members’ interests must be closely protected. Settlements must be thoroughly scrutinized and approved by the courts […] Lire la suite

Book Chapter

Class Actions Against Multiple Defendants in Quebec: The Issues of Legal Interest and Standing to Sue

The articles in this collection focus on the intersection of competition law and class actions. They consider the role that class actions can play in achieving an optimally competitive market for goods and services and in providing compensation for those who have suffered as a result of anticompetitive conduct. They examine key issues such as […] Lire la suite