The Canadian Class Action Review: Volume 1, Issue 2

Published December 2004

A Class Action Comes of Age: Costs and Certification as the OLRC Report Turns Twenty
David Gourlay

National Competing Class Proceedings: Carriage Motions, Anti-suit Injunctions, Judicial Co-operation, and Other Options
Fiona Hickman

The Preferable Procedure Analysis in a Class Proceeding Certification Motion
Stefano Fortini

Navigating between Scylla and Charybdis: Strike, Suits, Continuous Disclosure, and the Private Right of Action in Ontario’s Secondary Market
Matthew Cumming

The Post-Trilogy Class Action Certification Regime: A More Onerous Threshold for Plaintiffs to Meet
Christine Marafioti-Mazza

Stumbling Around in the Dark: Class Certification and the Private Right of Action Under Section 36 of the Competition Act
Dianna Kyles

Settling for Less? Problems and Proposals in the Settlement of Class Actions
Cara Faith Zweibel

Winning through Analogy: The Strategic Use of the Representative Plaintiff
Kent Glowinski

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