Individuals can be powerless against large corporations. Rights can be trampled in pursuit of profits. By creating a group or class, Siskinds leverages the power of many, to even the playing field and to set wrongs to right. Our class action team has achieved record-setting recoveries for our clients and has been recognized as a top-tier Canadian firm by independent legal review organizations.
With over one hundred active class actions, we have listed all of them below to provide you with easy access to the information you need.
Most frequently searched actions are marked with a star and located at the top of the list.
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Working for You in Many Areas of Your Life
Our team represents plaintiffs in many sectors and in many different areas of personal and business life. Financial investments, medical products, common household items and many other products and services that you purchase or use can fall within a class action lawsuit.
Misrepresentation of products or services takes advantage of people's trust. We try to reset the field for the consumers who have been misled.
Careless or illegal actions that damage the environment can impact a large number of people in extensive ways. We can define and seek the compensation required.
Domestically and abroad, people continue to suffer due to the negligence - deliberate or unintentional - of others. We can apply our legal abilities to their needs.
When medical devices and medications are not properly tested or risks are not sufficiently communicated, we get the support you unexpectedly need.
Consumers can purchase products that are deliberately over-priced. We aim to correct the deception and recover the overage that consumers paid.
Defective or unsafe products can enter your life through negligent production or misleading claims. Companies are responsible for the ingritity of their work.
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