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Law Times quotes André Durocher and Enrico Forlini in an article about class actions in Québec and BC

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“Focus: Is Quebec or B.C. Canada’s class actions haven?” by Julius Melnitzer, Law Times

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“The court held that to meet ‘the commonality requirement of article 1003 (a) of the Quebec Code of Civil Procedure, the applicant must show that an aspect of the case lends itself to a collective decision and that the parties will have resolved a not insignificant portion of the dispute. It is enough that the answer to the question does not give rise to conflicting interests among the members,’ wrote André Durocher and Enrico Forlini in Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP’s litigation and dispute resolution bulletin.”

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