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CNW (Toronto, ON) – NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION AND THE GRANTING OF LEAVE TO PROCEED WITH STATUTORY SECONDARY MARKET MISREPRESENTATION CLAIMS Read this notice carefully as it may affect your legal rights THIS NOTICE IS TO certain investors in the common shares of BlackBerry Limited (“BlackBerry“) during the period from and including March 28, 2013 to and including September...
Siskinds LLP announces the filing of proposed securities class action against SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.
CNW – Siskinds LLP (London, On) and Siskinds, Desmeules Avocats s.e.n.c.r.l. (Quebec City, QC) today announced the filing of a proposed securities class action in the Québec Superior Court against SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (“SNC“), SNC’s President and Chief Executive Officer Neil Bruce, and SNC’s Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer Sylvain Girard (the “Action“). The Action was filed on...
Class actions filed on behalf of investors in RBC/PH&N, BMO and National Bank mutual funds held through discount brokers
CNW – Siskinds LLP (London, On) and Bates Barristers P.C. (Toronto, On) announce that three proposed class actions have been filed regarding trailing commissions paid to online/discount brokers on RBC/PH&N, BMO and National Bank mutual funds. The actions allege that the Defendants paid trailing commissions to discount brokers through which the mutual funds were sold...
CTV News covered the approval of the cathode ray tubes “CRT” class action price-fixing lawsuit.
With many Canadians WFH, employers are looking for innovative ways to monitor productivity. @SiskindsLLP's labour and employment lawyer, Jennifer Herpers, discusses best practices and considerations for electronic employee monitoring in her recent blog: https://t.co/dw4MryGgur https://t.co/jGzmlol0bE