LCO Releases Catherine Piché’s Class Actions Final Report

[From lco-cdo.org] On July 17, 2019, the LCO released its final report, Class Actions: Objectives, Experiences and Reforms, project in which Professor Catherine Piché acted as principal co-researcher. The LCO report is the first independent, comprehensive assessment of Ontario’s Class Proceedings Act (CPA) in 27 years. Since that time, class actions have grown dramatically in volume, […] Read more


New Publication : Consumer Collective Redress In Canada

Please find a new publication in Japanese Yearbook of International Law co-written by prof. Catherine Piché and prof. Geneviève Saumier regarding consumer collective redress in Canada Summary :  Consumer collective redress is broadly available in Canada, allowing for compensation in damages for widespread economic or physical injuries caused by defective goods or services, or by unfair […] Read more