Franchisors and/or Dealers Need to be Wary – Class Action Certified Against Sears Canada Inc. and its U.S. Counterpart

Recent franchise class action certification decision suggests corporations not believed to be franchisors could be found to be based on their actions, triggering the disclosure obligations pursuant to the Arthur Wishart Act and potential exposure for damages. 

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About The Author:Matthew Baer

I offer my clients a depth of experience and a track record of success in pharmaceutical and medical device class actions as well as other types of class action cases. For more than ten years I have worked on some of the leading Canadian pharmaceutical and medical device cases. As someone whose focus is exclusively on class actions, I speak at provincial bar association events and law society programs.

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