Ontario Divisional Court overturns certification of claim for intrusion upon seclusion: Review of Stewart v Demme
Increasing skepticism towards the certification of privacy-related class actions: Review of Chow v Facebook
How one environment-based class action is challenging the path for plaintiffs
Ontario Superior Court Confirms Hacked Companies are not “Intruding” on Anyone’s Seclusion
Overlapping class actions: To stay or not to stay?
Recent Ontario Court decision confirms presumption on pre-certification motions sequencing: Implications for class actions
The Trend Towards New Privacy Torts – Alberta Weighs In
As private lives are increasingly digitized, Canadian courts continue to expand their recognition of common law privacy torts. The latest […]
Sequencing shake up in British Columbia
Raising expectations of privacy at the border – the search of personal electronic devices
No compensable harm, no certification: The Ontario Superior Court decision of Maginnis and Magnaye v. FCA Canada et al.
. . . In its recent decision in Maginnis and Magnaye v. FCA Canada et al. (“Maginnis”), the Ontario Superior […]