Class actions, Quebec, Quebec Court of Appeal, Rulings
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Quebec appeal court sets high bar for leave to appeal in class action certification cases

The Quebec Court of Appeal upheld a ruling that certified a class-action lawsuit following an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Quebec City in 2012 that is believed to have contributed to 14 deaths and lead 181 others to become ill from bacteria found to be in a cooling tower of a downtown office building.

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This story was originally published in The Lawyers Weekly.

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