The Canadian Class Action Review: Volume 2, Issue 2

Published November 2005

The Problem with Preferable Procedure
Dawn Robertson

Protecting Canadian Plaintiffs in International Class Actions: The Need for a Principled Approach in Light of Currie v. Mcdonald's Restaurants of Canada Ltd.
Ellen Snow

The Collusion Crisis: Problems and Proposals
Kevin Rusli

Les recours collectifs et le droit international privé au Québec
Michel Bédard

Heightening Security at the Border: Addressing the Enforcement of Foreign Class Actions
Randy Slepchik

In a Class All Its Own: The Advent of the Modern Class Action and Its Changing Legal and Social Mission
Shaun Finn

Typicality, Preferable Procedure, and Superiority: Ontario Class Proceedings Act, 1992and Rule 23 of the U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Amy Wilson

The Dirty Dozen: Unpredictability and Uncertainty in the Application of Party-and-Party Costs at the Failed Certification Stage
Trevor Shaw