The Ontario Superior Court holds that misleading informations can trigger class actions as breach of the Competition Act (Rebuck / Ford Motor)

Key Requirements For Misleading Advertising Civil Actions Confirmed By Ontario Superior Court* In a recent case handed down by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, in Rebuck v. Ford Motor Company, the Court confirmed key requirements for commencing Competition Act misleading advertising based class actions in Ontario. In this case, the plaintiff moved for, and obtained, certification for a class action against Ford Motor Company and its Canadian

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Steve Szentesi, The Ontario Superior Court holds that misleading informations can trigger class actions as breach of the Competition Act (Rebuck / Ford Motor), 20 December 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin December 2018, Art. N° 88945

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