Class Actions

At Church & Company, we act primarily for plaintiffs and have had substantial success in obtaining sizeable settlements. We advise on potential class actions and negotiate and settle or litigate such claims. We are committed to communicating regularly and thoroughly with our class members. Typically, we report monthly to class members on our website and post all relevant documentation from the action.

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HSA Class Action

Some representative class actions include the following:

Cooper v. British Columbia (Registrar of Mortgage Brokers), [2001] S.C.J. No. 76: Acted for class of in excess of 3,000 people in claim in excess of $180 million against the Registrar of Mortgage Brokers and the Government of British Columbia.

William Gerber v. John Brian Johnston, Canaccord Capital Corporation and Gary Stanhiser, Action No. S003549, Vancouver Registry: Acted in a class action brought against Canaccord for recovery of approximately $9 million lost in a promotional fraud. Case was settled with Court approval after three years of litigation.

Nina Watt and James Hensman v. Health Sciences Association of B.C., and others, Action No. S134066, Vancouver Registry: Acted for and settled claims by benefit recipients subject to reduced benefits by the Health Sciences Association of BC.