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Quebec judge ups claims cap in Rogers termination fee class action

Briefs | 07/09/2021 5:05 pm EDT

Quebec’s Superior Court has granted an increase in the number of total claims payable from people Rogers Communications Inc. was ordered to compensate as part of a $26 million class-action lawsuit after they were charged abusive fees for terminating their contracts early. 

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