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Supreme Court of Canada Allows Indirect Purchaser Class Actions for Antitrust Claims

Davies partners John BodrugAdam Fanaki and Chantelle Spagnola provide insight on three recent Supreme Court of Canada decisions allowing indirect purchasers to assert claims in antitrust class actions. The article examines the reasoning behind these rulings and questions whether such actions will be workable in practice.

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