The Canadian Class Action Review: Volume 10, Issue 1-2

Published January 2015

SpecIal Tenth-Anniversary Issue

Guest Editor’s Introduction: The Past, Present, and Future of Class Actions in Canada
Jasminka Kalajdzic

Beyond the Courtroom: Access to Justice, Privatization, and the Future of Class Action Research
Michael Molavi

Facets of Fairness: Kidd v Canada Life Assurance Company and the Approval of Class Action Settlements
John C Kleefeld

Ontario’s Class Proceedings Fund: Separating Fact from Fiction
Gina Papageorgiou

Twenty Years Later: What Are the Risks Faced by Plaintiffs’ Counsel, and How Have These Risks Changed?
Garth Myers and David Rosenfeld

Pre-dispute Mandatory Arbitration Clauses — The Not-So-Secret Weapon of “Class” Destruction
Shelley McGill

A Decade of Competition Law Class Actions: From Chadha to the “New Trilogy”
Charles M Wright, Andrea DeKay, Linda Visser, and Kerry McGladdery Dent

The Impact of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in Infineon Technologies AG v Option consommateurs on Quebec Class Actions
Christopher Maughan and Emmanuelle Rolland

The Evolution and Devolution of Aggregate Damages as a Common Issue
James Sayce

Institutional Abuse Class Actions Post-Cloud
Jody Brown

Cumulative Index, Volumes 1–10