It all started in November of 2017 when we were the first in the world to launch a Class Action lawsuit against tech giant APPLE. Since then, hundreds of other class actions have followed our lead and have been successful in obtaining hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for their class members.

As many of our friends this field of practice never fail to remind us, we have hit a home run thanks to in our first Class Action! We are proud to have since instituted several other Class Actions aimed at obtaining fair and equitable indemnification for our many members.

Simon St Onge v. Apple Inc and Apple Inc. Canada

Description of the Class Members of this Class Action:

« All individuals and business entities in Québec who owned or leased an iPhone SE, 5, 6, 7 and their sub-series (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Subject iPhones”) and have updated their iPhones to iOS 10 and iOS 11 or later versions of iOS, or any other group to be determined by the Court. »

Anne Marie Gélinas et Isabel Gélinas c. Procureur Général du Québec

This Class Action concerns :

The nature of the Class Action aims mainly to ask the DEFENDANTS for an account and damages according to the following actions and breaches: – Obtaining from the CNESST and this, on behalf of the CLAIMS and MEMBERS OF THE GROUP, of ” excess and unreported indemnities from US companies that have manufactured and sold asbestos-based products and various funds and trusts set up for this purpose for asbestos-related injuries;

Kiranpreet Kaur and Muneet Muneet c. Rising Phoenix International Inc.

This case concerns:

Failure to reimburse tuition fees following a transfer or cancellation requested by students from Rising Phoenix International.

Richard McLean c. Procureur Général du Québec et Retraite Québec

This case concerns :

The unjust imposition by the Government of Quebec and Retraite Quebec of penalties on retirement pensions for disabled people, in the same way they do for people who have decided on their own to take early retirement before the age of 65 years; – the unconstitutionality of section 120.2 of the Act respecting the Quebec pension plan, which allows this completely abusive and discriminatory practice;

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