Hot Off the Press – Defending Class Actions in Canada: A Guide for Defendants
In the newly published fourth edition of Defending Class Actions in Canada: A Guide for Defendants, McCarthy Tétrault litigators offer valuable insights for business leaders and professionals exposed to class actions as well as their counsel.
This easy-to-read book outlines the procedural machinery of Canadian class actions and the law that governs them, provides strategic analysis on managing the risks they entail, and explains the most important recent developments and trends on a national and international scale.
Edited by Jill Yates and written by Alexandra Cocks, Sarah Corman, Jessica Dorsey, Christopher Hubbard, Miranda Lam, Jean-Francois Lehoux, Elder C. Marques, Kelli McAllister, Michael J.P. O’Brien, Julie Parla, Renee Reichelt, Michael Rosenberg, and Bryan West, the fourth edition of Defending Class Actions in Canada can be purchased here.
This article was original posted on the Canadian Class Actions blog on February 17, 2016.