Current Cases Under Administration

National Class Actions Services is currently assisting clients with the administration of the following class action case:

Groupon Class Action
A class action was commenced in Ontario on June 15, 2011 on behalf Canadian residents who have purchased or acquired from Groupon Inc. ("Groupon") a Daily Deal voucher (also known as a "groupon") prior to March 8, 2013.

The lawsuit alleges that Groupon's use of, and representations to, consumers about the expiry date and partial redemption provisions in its contracts are illegal practices.

The plaintiffs and Groupon have agreed to settle the lawsuit. The Settlement provides that customers with unredeemed and unrefunded Daily Deal vouchers can redeem them up to the amount of the "purchase price" with the merchant notwithstanding any stated expiry date or make a claim where it is not possible for them to redeem their vouchers.

If you feel you may be entitied to participate in this class action, please follow the link above to learn more about this case. For further information please contact us.


National Class Actions Services is currently assisting clients with the opt-out administration of the following class action case:

Polyurethane Foam Products Class Action
Class action lawsuits were commenced in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec ("Actions") against manufacturers or suppliers of polyurethane foam or products containing polyurethane foam, including without limitation foam and products relating to furniture and bedding as well as carpet underlay ("Foam Products"), alleging they conspired to raise, fix, maintain or stabilize the price of Foam Products in Canada, and/or to allocate markets and customers for the sale of those products in Canada.

The settling parties include Domfoam International Inc., Valle Foam Industries (1995) Inc. and A-Z Sponge & Foam Products Ltd. (the "Domfoam Defendants"), as well as Dean Brayiannis ("Brayiannis") and certain additional current and former officers, employees and agents of the Domfoam Defendants (collectively, the "Settling Individuals").

If you feel you may be entitied to participate in this class action, please follow the link above to learn more about this case. For further information please contact us.


 

Ford Canada Class Action
This is a class proceeding against Ford Canada alleging that Ford made a business decision that it would implement and initiate a Third Work Shift in its Oakville manufacturing plant, to commence late July, 2008, which was subsequently not offered.
This class proceeding in connection with the Oakville Assembly Complex Third Work Shift has been settled. The settlement has been approved by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (the "Court"). The Class was defined by the Court as follows:
"all individuals (or the estates of any deceased individuals) who were offered employment by Ford Canada as general assemblers in connection with Ford Canada's plan to introduce a third shift at the Oakville Assembly Complex, training for which was to commence July 28, 2008, except for those individuals (or estates of any deceased individuals) who, at the time the offers were made, were bargaining unit employees on lay-off from Ford Canada’s operations in Windsor, Ontario with recall rights".

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Flat Glass Antitrust Litigation
A class action was commenced in Ontario on behalf of purchasers in Canada of a product called construction flat glass. There is a settlement that provides for the payment of approximately CDN$1.76 million which, after payment of expenses (including counsel fees and administrative expenses), will be divided into a 'direct purchaser fund' (90%) and an 'indirect purchaser fund' (10%).

If you feel you may be entitied to participate in this class action, please follow the link above to learn more about this case. For further information please contact us.

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