Class actions demand immediate and efficient guidance from an experienced legal team. We have strong experience in all aspects of Canadian class actions.
Our team represents clients in a broad range of class actions. For example, real estate, securities, defective products, wrongful detention and environmental incidents. Plus many others.
Class actions create significant potential liability for a business. They can also generate negative publicity and erode customer and shareholder confidence. More so than most litigation, class actions drain valuable management time and create reputational risk. You need the guidance of an expert team to assist you in navigating these challenges.
Deep litigation bench strength
Class action litigation is a growing trend in Canada. It is complex and requires strategic decision-making.
We can help you navigate intricate class action procedures by drawing upon our deep litigation bench strength. Our lawyers specialize in all areas of litigation, from commercial and construction, to energy and IP, and everything in between.
We can guide you through the class action process whether circumstances call for an early negotiated settlement, arbitration or a trial. Our team regularly appears before all levels of Alberta's Courts, other provincial courts, the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in class actions.
Current class actions
What our clients say
"The team is excellent. They work well together, develop excellent strategies, advance the case in a timely manner and produce desired results." – Chambers Canada 2021
Successful securities class action settlement
Counsel for plaintiff class in successful application for Court approval of a partial settlement of national securities class action relating to a real estate project (Harnam v. Chandran, 2018)
Successful settlement in a $10 million securities class action
Counsel to class plaintiffs in a $10 million real-estate based securities class action (successfully settled).
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