Fresh Packaged Bread Class Action
On December 29th, 2017, Boudreau Law commenced class action litigation in the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench on behalf of all Canadians who have, between 2001 and 2017, purchased packaged bread from certain retailers in Canada including Loblaws, Superstore, Weston Foods, Sobeys, Metro, Wal-Mart and Giant Tiger stores. The class action alleges that certain entities conspired to artificially control the price of packaged bread which was sold in Canada since 2001.
On December 19th, 2017, Loblaw Companies Limited and George Weston Limited admitted to participating in the scheme to fix the prices of packaged bread in Canada for more than 14 years.
The representative Plaintiff leading this class action is Derek Nepinak the former Grand Chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. The class action seeks 1 billion dollars in damages or such other amount which the Honourable Court decides is just in addition to punitive damages. The alleged price fixing has affected the poorest and most vulnerable Canadians.
You may add your name and contact information which will be added to our internal contact list for this proposed class action. Adding your name to our contact list creates no financial obligation for you and does not create any lawyer-client relationship. From time to time we may use your contact information to send you updates as to the progress of the class action.
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Auto Parts Class Action
On March 16, 2016, Boudreau Law Firm acting as Agent for Klein Lawyers LLP filed a class action suit in the Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench.
Over more than a decade, beginning as early as January 2000 and continuing until at least February 2010, seven of the world’s leading automotive part manufacturers conspired amongst themselves and with various corporations, persons and partnerships to fix the price of and rig bids for automotive parts.
The artificially inflated prices that were paid by automobile manufacturers and component manufacturers were passed on to people who purchased or leased new vehicles containing the automotive parts. People who acquired replacement parts for their vehicles from re-sellers were also affected by the artificially inflated prices of the automotive parts.
If you purchased a vehicle that was manufactured between 2000 and 2010, you may have paid too much for your vehicle. If you would like to get some of your money back, please fill out this Information Form, and we will contact you as soon as possible about the class action.
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Volkswagen Class Action
Boudreau Law has filed a Class Action lawsuit in Manitoba against Volkswagen Canada and its affiliated companies as a result of the recently discovered diesel emissions scandal. The lawsuit is filed on behalf of all Manitobans who own, lease or previously owned or leased a Volkswagen TDI (diesel) vehicle from one of the affected models and years:
* 2009-2015 Jetta (2.0L)
* 2010-2015 Golf and Golfwagen (2.0L)
* 2013-2015 Beetle (2.0L)
* 2012-2015 Passat (2.0L)
Each of the above vehicles is allegedly affected by design flaws which the claim will allege were intentionally put in place to obscure the dangerously high emissions being produced by the vehicles. By failing to inform potential customers of these flaws, the claim alleges that Volkswagen caused its customers damage, including for its alleged fraud, negligence unjust enrichment and the loss of benefit suffered by customers.
If you own, lease or previously owned or leased any of the vehicles listed above, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with the following information:
* Name of Registered Owner
* Address and Phone Number of Registered Owner
* Model and Year of Affected Vehicle.
Once you provide us with this information, we will ensure that you are kept up to date with the latest developments in this matter. Providing our law office with your contact information does not create any financial obligation for you and does not bind you to any particular course of action. We will keep your information confidential, and will only use your contact information for the purpose for which you gave it to us.