Below is a list of our active class action cases.
Kugler Kandestin is collaborating with Coupal Chauvelot in a class action proceeding against the Attorney General of Quebec for the systematic violation of detainees’ constitutional rights in Nunavik. This class action seeks compensation for individuals who were detained and denied the right to be brought before a judge within three clear days of their appearance…Read More
Kugler Kandestin, in collaboration with LPC Avocats Inc., files class action against the Desjardins Group in connection with massive data breach of close to 3 million members
Update July 5, 2019: On July 5, 2019, we sent an email to class members who have communicated with us to date in order to respond to questions with respect to the class action. We invite you to read our email by clicking here. The application for authorization to institute a class action alleges that the…Read More
We are pleased to announce that Judge François P. Duprat of the Superior Court of Quebec granted the Re-amended motion for authorization to file a class action that we are handling on behalf of all Quebec consumers who purchased and/or licensed certain Norton products.Read More
We are pleased to report that by judgment dated March 5, 2019, Justice Chantal Lamarche of the Superior Court of Quebec granted the Application for authorization to institute a class action that we filed on behalf of all Quebec consumers who reserved a hotel, since January 10, 2015, via Expedia.ca, Hotels.com or Travelocity.ca and who paid hotel fees…Read More
Court of Appeal of Quebec confirms $14 billion damages award against Canadian tobacco industry giants
Kugler Kandestin, who is handling, in collaboration with two other law firms, two Class Actions filed in 1998 against Canada’s three largest tobacco manufacturers, Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd (“ITL”), Rothmans Benson & Hedges Inc. (“RBH”), and JTI-McDonald Corp. (“JTI”), is pleased to announce that on March 1, 2019, 5 judges of the Court of Appeal of Quebec rendered a landmark…Read More
Kugler Kandestin, in collaboration with Sotos LLP, files class action lawsuit against the federal government for discrimination in the funding of First Nations child and family services.
Kugler Kandestin and Sotos LLP have filed a class action in Federal Court on behalf of First Nations youth who have been the victims of the federal government’s discriminatory underfunding of First Nations child and family services. The class action seeks compensatory damages for on-reserve youth who have been taken into foster homes. It also…Read More
December 4, 2019 Kugler Kandestin is thrilled to announce that the Quebec Superior Court has authorized the institution of a class action against the legal entities forming the Brothers of the Sacred-Heart on behalf of all victims throughout Quebec who were sexually abused by a member of the religious order. Kugler Kandestin and the numerous…Read More
Kugler Kandestin is pleased to announce that the Quebec superior Court (the Honourable Stéphane Sansfaçon, jsc) has authorized the institution of a class action against Sirius XM Canada inc. (“Sirius XM”), on behalf of Quebec consumers of the satellite radio and/or internet service provider.Read More
Class action on behalf of sexual abuse victims at Collège Servite (formerly Collège Notre-Dame des Servites) in Ayer’s Cliff
Update – September 17, 2019 Kugler Kandestin is pleased to announce significant developments in the class action filed on behalf of sexual abuse victims by religious members of the Servites de Marie at Collège Servite. On June 7, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of sexual abuse victims in their efforts to…Read More
Update – May 22, 2018: Court authorizes class action. We are pleased to announce that by judgment dated May 22, 2018, the Honorable Donald Bisson, J.S.C. has authorized the institution of a class action that we are handling on behalf of all people who were sexually abused and/or sexually harassed by Gilbert Rozon. If you,…Read More
Kugler Kandestin files a class action seeking compensatory damages, as well as punitive and exemplary damages of $15 million.Read More
On August 11, 2017, Kugler Kandestin filed a Motion for authorization to institute a class action on behalf of Netflix users who were unilaterally charged higher fees. The Motion alleges that the notice sent by Netflix informing its users of the increase did not comply with the public order provisions of the Consumer Protection Act….Read More
Baggage handlers’ illegal airport strike: Lory-Ann Trépanier Bouchard v. l’Association internationale des machinistes et des travailleurs et travailleuses de l’aérospatiale (AIMTA) et la Section locale 2323 de l’AIMTA.
Kugler Kandestin files a Motion for Authorization to Institute a Class Action against l’Association internationale des machinistes et des travailleurs et travailleuses de l’aérospatiale (AIMTA) et la Section locale 2323 de l’AIMTA. By Judgment dated July 5, 2013, the Superior Court of Québec granted the Motion for Authorization. The group consists of the following persons…Read More
May 1, 2019 – Important reminder We wish to remind you that the deadline to submit a claim in connection with the settlement of the class action against Depuy Orthopaedics Inc. and Johnson & Johnson Inc. is May 24, 2019. In order to file a claim, you must submit the Claim Form along with the…Read More
To see our active class actions and those that we have been involved in, please click on the boxes below.
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