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Class-action will not shrink despite Videotron arbitration clause, court rules

News | 01/31/2022 6:20 pm EST
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The Superior Court of Quebec denied an application by Quebecor Inc.’s Videotron to exclude from a class-action group any companies that signed an arbitration clause with the telecommunication company, but narrowed the timeframe in which members are eligible at the request of BCE Inc.’s Télébec, in a lawsuit brought forward by a specialty food store in the province.

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