Nissan Class Action Suit Update

On October 23, 2019, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Certified this Action as a Class Action. A Notice Plan with details of the Notice of Certification was approved by the Court on December 10, 2021. Full details about the Action, the rights and options of class members, the lawyers representing you, the steps in…

Proposed Settlement for 260 Wellesley St. E.

While not admitting liability for the claims advanced under this Class Action, the owners, landlords and agents of 260 Wellesley Street East (together, the “Defendants”) have agreed to a proposed settlement of this Class Action that will provide compensation to eligible persons who on January 22, 2019 were tenants at 260 Wellesley (the “Building”) or were present in the Building on January 22, 2019 (the “Class Members”). This proposed settlement is conditional on approval of the Court.

Del Giudice v. Thompson

On July 29, 2019, it was disclosed to the public that the information technology systems of Capital One Financial Corporation, Capital One, N.A., Capital One Bank (USA), N.A., and Capital One Services (Canada) Inc., (collectively “Capital One”) had been hacked and personal information had been misappropriated. The data had been stored on computer servers owned…

Capital One Update

On April 30, 2020 the Ontario Superior Court has granted carriage of this potential class action to a consortium of: (a) Cambridge LLP; (b) Gardiner Roberts LLP; (c) Hotz Lawyers; and (d) Scher Law Professional Corporation, which brand themselves as PDBL – Privacy and Data Breach Law Group.  The law firms of Landy Marr Kats,…

Marriott International Hotels Class Action

This proposed class action stems from notices of a data breach received by approximately 500 million people who stayed at Marriott-affiliated hotels or were members of the Starwood Preferred Guest program.  The fact of the breach became public on November 30, 2018 but may have originated in 2014. Marriott alleges that they became aware of…

CPP Appeal Decision

On May 18, 2010 in St. Catharines, Ontario, a Review Tribunal heard an appeal under subsection 82 (1) of the Canada Pension Plan between: Stephane Hebertandthe Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development The appeal was heard before the following three panel members: Lawrence Kroeker Paul Gilmore Ruth Matthews