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<i>Infineon</i>, <i>Vivendi</i> and <i>Marcotte</i> Two Years Later: What Lessons Have Been Learned?

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Fasken Martineau's Litigation & Dispute Resolution group is pleased to invite you to this conference on what lessons to draw from some of the cases that were recently handed down.

Motions for authorization to institute a class action have caused much ink to be spilled over the last few years. Supreme Court of Canada cases, especially Infineon, Vivendi and Marcotte, have led many to believe that the authorization stage is becoming merely a formality, but is that really the case? What lessons should be drawn in the wake of these decisions?