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The Problem of Competing Multi-Jurisdictional Class Proceedings: A New Call for Direction

Author: The Honourable Associate Chief Justice John D. Rooke, Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, Calgary, AB, with the assistance of Shad W. Turner, Student-at-Law Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta
 

This paper from Western Canada Clas Actions Conference—2016 (February 2016) provides a concise overview of the problems and potential solutions to competing multi-jurisdictional class proceedings.

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