Current Cases2018-01-30T09:12:25-04:00

Flaw in Loto-Quebec’s OK Poker

All persons who, between July 9, 2019 and the date of publication of the notices to members of the judgment authorizing the class action, paid any sum of money to Loto-Quebec to play Texas Hold’em Poker on the OK Poker platform.

June 1st, 2020|

Turo “Trip Fees” Class Action

Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, who, since November 4th, 2016, while located in the province of Quebec, made a booking for anywhere in the world using Turo’s website or mobile application and who paid a price higher than the price initially advertised by Turo at the first step (excluding the QST or the GST).

November 6th, 2019|

Mortgage Prepayment Fees – Quebec Class Action

All persons, entities, partnerships or organizations resident or domiciled in Quebec, who, since May 31st, 2015, had a hypothecary loan and/or a collateral hypothec with any of the Defendants and who paid a mortgage prepayment charge in an amount that exceeds three months of interest as a result of paying off their mortgage early;

May 31st, 2018|

German Car Cartel Class Action

All persons, entities, partnerships or organizations resident in Canada who purchased and/or leased one or more of the Defendants’ Vehicles that were part of the German Car Cartel formed by Volkswagen, Daimler et BMW.

July 25th, 2017|

Group RESP (Registered Education Savings Plan) Enrolment Fees and Sales Charges – Quebec Class Action

All persons residing in Quebec who, at any time since July 19th, 2013, signed a contract with any of the Defendants in which they were a subscriber and/or contributor (either primary or joint) for a Registered Education Savings Plan (“RESP”), and who were charged a fee (referred to as “Enrolment Fee,” “Sales Charge” and/or “Membership Fee”), including the commissions of the distributor and its salesmen, exceeding $200.00 per plan.

October 7th, 2016|

Bell Canada: False Representations about Bell Fibe™ connecting Fibre Optics to the Home – Quebec Class Action

All consumers within the meaning of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act, residing in Quebec, who subscribed to “FIBE TV” and/or “FIBE Internet” offered by Bell Canada between May 1st, 2012 and March 30th, 2017, and who were not connected to a 100% fibre optics network, or, who were not connected to a network entirely composed of fibre optics.

September 28th, 2016|