Mohsen Seddigh Recognized as “One to Watch” in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada
We are pleased to announced that Mohsen Seddigh has been included for his work in Class Action Litigation as “Ones to Watch” in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. “Ones to Watch” category recognizes lawyers who are earlier in their career for outstanding professional excellence. “We are delighted that Mohsen has been […]Read more »
Ontario would take a step backward with proposed class action changes, critics say
In Bill 161, Ontario has introduced amendments to the Class Proceedings Act. Mohsen Seddigh from Sotos Class Actions weighs in on the impact of the proposed changes. Click here to read the full article published by Law Times.Read more »
Watch For Antitrust Developments North Of The Border
On Dec. 11, 2018, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear Godfrey v. Sony Corporation, an appeal that could be one of the most important antitrust cases to ever come before the court. [Read the full article on Law360 or view a PDF copy here]Read more »
Section 36 Requests for Access to Information and the Competition Bureau: Hast Thou Forsaken Me?
An article by Sotos Class Actions’ Mohsen Seddigh was published in the latest issue of the Canadian Competition Law Review. In this article, Mohsen argues that the Competition Bureau and the plaintiff anti-trust bar share the common goal of enforcing Canadian competition laws. They must therefore work cooperatively to see that violations have consequences. To read […]Read more »
New CBA Protocol Creates Opportunity to Case-Manage Overlapping Multijurisdictional Class Actions
The current state of overlapping multijurisdictional class actions in Canada is conducive to inefficiencies, chaos, and abuse. A new Canadian Bar Association Protocol creates an opportunity to address overlapping actions.Read more »
Class Action Basics – Why do class actions exist?
With class actions, many people no longer have to suffer in silence because their potential claim is too small to justify a lawsuit. Access to justice is the most important reason for the existence of class actions.Read more »