The Canadian Class Action Review: Volume 3, Issue 2

Published July 2006

Fumbling Toward Efficacy: Interjurisdictional Class Actions After Currie v. McDonald’s
Craig Jones and Angela Baxter

Ontario and Her Sisters: Should Full Faith and Credit Apply to the National Class?
Celeste Poltak

Some Comparisons Between Class Actions in Canada and the U.S.: Securities Class Actions, Certification, and Costs
Philip Anisman and Garry Watson

The Future of Securities Class Actions in Canada: A Comment on the Article of Philip Anisman and Garry Watson
Joseph Groia, Karen Danielson, and Michael Zogala

A Path Through the Class Action Chaos: Selecting the Most Appropriate Jurisdicition with a National Class Action Panel
Chris Dafoe

A Gentle Reminder That Traditional Class Action Principles Are Not Passé
Christine Carron

Partial Settlements of Class Actions: What Do You Do When You Settle Some Defendants And Not Others?
David A. Klein and Nicola Hartigan

Class Proceedings vs. Arbitration in Canada: Resolving Class Conflict and Developing Guidelines
Jeffrey S. Leon and Cheryl D. Dusten

Ethical Conduct For Class Counsel In Ontario
Michael P.A. Carabash