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Class Action Updates

January 13, 2023

Settlements have been reached in the Automotive Bearings, Electric Powered Steering Assemblies, High Intensity Discharge Ballasts, and Manual Steering Columns class actions with the Mitsubishi…

January 4, 2023

All payments (wires, Interac e-Transfers and Cheques) have been processed in the Canadian Lithium Ion Batteries class action matter. Please check www.batteriessettlement.ca for regular updates…

December 12, 2022

On December 6, 2022 Justice Church issued reasons for judgment certifying the case as a class proceeding. The Action is now officially a “class action”…


DRAM Class Action: Collect Money Owed to You

DRAM Class Action: Collect Money Owed to You

The DRAM Class Action is a lawsuit that successfully claimed Canadians paid too much for memory chips (known as DRAM) because some manufacturers conspired to fix its price. The courts have approved an $80 Million settlement.

Watch the video for brief overview. You can view the French version HERE.

Go to www.themoneyismine.ca to claim what is owed to you.

Need more information? You can review the facts about the claims process and read the Notice HERE.

Read the Press Release.

LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Claims Process Begins

The claims process in the litigation alleging price fixing of LCD panels and products has begun. Consumers and businesses can now submit claims for compensation from over $37 million in settlements.

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DRAM Class Action: Plan to pay funds to class members and $80M in settlements – approval sought

A plan to pay settlement funds to class members and settlements now totalling $80 million will be before the Courts for approval in September. More information is on the DRAM Webpage.

DRAM: Plan to pay funds to class members and $80 million in settlements – approvals sought

On September 8, 2014 class counsel will ask the Honourable Justice Masuhara to approve settlements (total settlements in this action now total $80 million), a plan to pay settlement funds to class members, a claims administrator, and class counsel’s fees and expenses. More information is on the DRAM Webpage.

Please contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-689-2322 if you have any questions.

Developments in Commercial Halibut Fishing Litigation

On June 13, 2014 the Supreme Court of British Columbia certified a subclass.

Click to read the Interim Ruling.

Coast Capital Forex: Proposed Foreign Currency Surcharge Class Action

Case filed in the BC Supreme Court regarding proposed class action concerning provisions of ATM Foreign Exchange Services by Coast Capital Savings Credit Union.

Hearings set to approve Samsung Settlement in Quebec, Ontario and BC in October and November 2013

Hearings will be held as follows:

Quebec: Quebec Courthouse on October 16, 2013 at 9:30 a.m.

British Columbia: Vancouver Courthouse on November 4, 2013 at 9:30 a.m.

Ontario: Toronto Courthouse on November 27, 2013 at 10:00 a.m.

For details of the settlement and settlement hearings, see the following documents:

Anyone wishing to object to this settlement must send their objection to class counsel listed listed in the Long Form Notices no later than October 7, 2013

DRAM Class Action: Hearings to Approve Settlement Agreements with Samsung and Hynix to be heald June and July, 2013

Settlement agreements in the DRAM Class Action litigation have been reached with Samsung and Hynix.

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Teck/Cominco Pension Plan Conversion Class Action Certified

Mr. Justice Smith certified the action in Weldon v. Teck Metals Ltd. et al as a class proceeding on December 21, 2012 and appointed James Weldon and Leonard Bleier as the representative plaintiffs for the class.




Sharon Matthews appointed Queen’s Counsel

The firm is very proud to congratulate Sharon Matthews on her appointment to Queen’s Counsel. QC designations are conferred by the Attorney General and the Minister of Justice in recognition of integrity, exceptional merit and contribution. These qualities describe Sharon to a tee. Sharon has been recognized by her peers not only for her accomplishments in her litigation practice but also for the time and energy she has devoted to improving access to justice. Further, she is well respected for her contributions to the growth and development of the profession with the Canadian Bar Association both provincially and nationally. Sharon is a three time recipient of the CBABC President’s Medal and a UBC Law Alumni Association Outstanding Young Alumna. Among other things, she volunteers as a roster lawyer for Access Pro Bono and frequently speaks at CPD events for the CBABC, CLE, the TLABC and Osgoode Professional Development. Most recently Sharon served as president of the CBABC for the 2011-2012 term.

Read the Announcement.