500-06-001142-211 – Lavoie v. Wal-Mart Canada Corp.

LAVOIE V. WAL-MART CANADA CORP. Client: LAVOIE V. WAL-MART CANADA CORP. File: 500-06-001142-211 Date: April 2021 The Settlement Class All consumers domiciled or residing in Québec who, on April 4th or 5th, 2021, placed an order for an item priced at $3.49 from the www.walmart.ca website and who, after receiving a purchase confirmation from Wal-Mart…

200-06-000126-105 – Éric Masson et Claude Gauthier v. Telus Mobilité et Société Telus Communications

MASSON & GAUTHIER v. TELUS MOBILITÉ ET ALS. Client: MASSON & GAUTHIER C. TELUS MOBILITÉ ET ALS. File: 200-06-000126-105 Date: March 2013 The Settlement Class All physical persons domiciled or having been domiciled in Quebec who, since October 1st 2007, paid to the defendants TELUS Communications Company or TELUS – Mobility early termination fees greater…

500-06-000754-156 – Abihsira v. StubHub et al.

ABIHSIRA v. STUBHUB ET AL. Client: STEVE ABIHSIRA v. STUBHUB INC. & EBAY INC. & VIVID SEATS LLC & SEATGEEK, INC. & FANXCHANGES LIMITED. & TICKETNETWORK, INC. & UBERSEAT File: 500-06-000754-156 Date: February 2017 The Settlement Class Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Quebec’s Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”), residing in Quebec at the time…

500-06-001064-209 – Therrien v. Sony

All persons in Quebec, who, since May 4, 2017, paid the costs of transportation or shipping for returns to Sony Interactive Entertainment LLC (“SIE”) under its conventional warranty, for all SIE electronic products, when the warranty for their SIE product did not stipulate that the consumer must pay transport or shipping costs.

500-06-000843-173 – Paquin v. AGQ

All residents, who at any time since March 21, 2015, resided within 350 meters of that section of the Saint-Jacques Street, (including the Saint-Jacques overpass), which runs West to East, intersecting the West perimeter of Girouard Avenue in the City of Montreal, Borough of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, and the East perimeter of Decarie Boulevard in the same Borough.

500-06-000754-156 – Abihsira v. Viagogo AG

Every consumer, pursuant to the terms of Québec’s Consumer Protection Act (“CPA”), residing in Québec at the time of purchase, who from June 23rd, 2013 to January 22, 2020 (the “Class Period”), while physically located in Québec, has purchased from Viagogo’s desktop website or mobile application at least one “Ticket” (as defined in s.(1d.1) CPA as meaning …