A settlement has been reached with Rohm Co. Ltd. and Rohm Semiconductor U.S.A., LLC (“ROHM”). The hearing to approve the ROHM settlement agreement will be held on August 25, 2023 at 9:00am.
There is a proposed settlement claim against the School Council and is set for hearing on April 19. 2023. Please click on the link below for full details.
Our notice of Certification has been approved by the Court. If you were a registered guest of the motel on July 8, 2020, or you were present at the time of the Fire, you may be a Class Member. For more information click the link below to view the Publication Notice.
If you would like to receive direct notification of any future developments and notices approved by the Court, please contact Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman at [email protected].
A proposed class action has been commenced in the Court of King’s Bench of Manitoba alleging that the Province of Manitoba overcharged Class Members in their collection of Photo Radar Speeding Fines.
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 Heavy, SKF, Brose, and Yamada group of defendants. The settlements are subject to court approval in Ontario and Quebec. The Courts will decide whether to approve the settlements as fair, reasonable and in the best interest of the settlement class.
The Ontario Court will hold a hearing by video (which you can attend by contacting: [email protected]) to decide whether to approve these settlements on February 13, 2023, at 10:00 a.m.
The Quebec Court will hold a hearing by videoconference (https://msteams.link/HHRY) to decide whether to approve some of these settlements on March 8, 2023 at 9:00 a.m. If you wish to attend, please contact: [email protected]
The settlement funds (less approved fees and expenses) are being held in trust for the benefit of settlement class members.
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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 on the expected timing of the payments.
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” and is brought on behalf of all members of the “Class”.
The class action can now proceed to the next steps in the case, which include getting discovery from the defendants and preparing for trial on issues that are common to all Class Members.
If you were a registered guest of the motel on July 8, 2020, or you were present at the time of the Fire, you may be a Class Member. If you would like to receive direct notification of any future developments and notices approved by the Court, please contact Camp Fiorante Matthews Mogerman LLP at [email protected].
On November 25, 2022, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board’s appeal of an order to produce the cockpit voice recorder.
The deadline to make a claim in this Class Action has now passed. Please check www.oddclassaction.com for regular updates on the expected timing of the payments.
AUGUST 8TH – AUGUST 16TH, 2022
The certification application hearing is scheduled to commence on Monday August 8th at 10:00am and will conclude on August 16th. The hearing will take place at Vancouver Courthouse, located at 800 Smithe Street, Vancouver, BC. This application was initiated by the representative plaintiff, Mr. Liptrot, the nature of this hearing is to determine whether the case can be heard as a class action rather than requiring each survivor to bring their own individual claims. This application will not determine the legal responsibility of any of the defendants.
If you have any information about abuse at either of these schools, please feel free to contact us at 604-689-7555.
If you or anyone you know is looking for support, we recommend the following resources:
Tapestry Counselling is a Vancouver-based counselling service offering support for issues including recovery from childhood abuse, depression, and anxiety.
Email: [email protected]
SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (Vancouver Chapter) holds virtual survivor meetings for people abused by religious and institutional authorities, not just priests.
Contact: Leona Huggins
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