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Global Competition Review: Private Litigation – Canada 2015

Authors: Mark C. Katz and Chantelle Cseh

In this edition of Global Competition Review’s “Know-how” series, the authors provide responses to a series of questions covering the most critical private litigation issues currently affecting corporations and individual claimants in Canada.

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