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
Update – March 8, 2019. We are pleased to announce that Justice Chantal Lamarche of the Superior Court of Quebec has granted the Application for authorization to institute a class action that we are advancing on behalf of all Quebec consumers who have made a hotel reservation via one of the websites…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…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 Kandestinand 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.Read More
The firm is extremely proud of this recognition and that of five of its lawyers as “Litigation Stars”. At an award ceremony held in March 2019, Kugler Kandestin was recognized as the Plaintiff firm of the year. Kugler Kandestin was selected based on research conducted through extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists and their clients…Read More
New Application for Authorization to Institute a Class Action on behalf of individuals who were sexually abused by religious members of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart across Québec
The Application alleges that the sexual abuse was perpetrated over decades in many establishments throughout Québec.Read More
Quebec consumers given permission to sue for an estimated $100 million in unlawful fee increases since September 1, 2013 and other damages.Read More
Sexual abuse victims given green light to claim compensatory damages and $10 million of punitive damages.Read More
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