Federal Court hears multiple class actions on systemic discrimination against First Nations children

Guardian Law Group, Strosberg Sasso Sutts, Sotos involved in class actions in federal courts roundup

Federal Court hears multiple class actions on systemic discrimination against First Nations children

This week’s roundup includes firms such as Guardian Law Group, Strosberg Sasso Sutts, and Sotos in Federal Court for proposed class actions involving allegations of systemic discrimination against First Nations children. The Federal Court also heard cases concerning a labour dispute, allision of barges, patent and trademark infringements, and immigration and refugee law. Taxation and intellectual property lawsuits were heard at the Federal Court of Appeal.

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