In a Toronto Star article, Professor and Class Action Clinic Director Jasminka Kalajdzic commented on G20 protestors' "kettling" class action against the Toronto Police Service. According to the settlement agreement, class members will get between $5000-24,700 less 22.5% for fees/levies, if approved by a judge this fall.
— Published on Aug 18th, 2020
This week, the Class Action Clinic at Windsor Law released its first public legal education video illustrating the basic elements of a class action lawsuit. Class actions are big lawsuits and can be complicated, but the seven-minute video provides viewers with a solid foundation that is both straightforward and easy to share.
— Published on Aug 10th, 2020
The Ontario Legislature is back in session. For the next three days, the Standing Committee on Justice Policy is hearing from and questioning witnesses about Bill 161, an omnibus bill that proposes changes to several statutes, including the Class Proceedings Act, Legal Aid, and others.
— Published on Jun 10th, 2020
— Published on May 19th, 2020
In July, the Law Commission of Ontario released its final report of the Class Proceedings Act: a two-year project led by Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic.
— Published on Dec 19th, 2019
With a local class-action lawsuit in the news following the Westcourt Place fire, Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic sits down with Windsor Morning's Tony Doucette to discuss her new Class Action Clinic at Windsor Law.
— Published on Nov 21st, 2019
From left to right: professors Shanthi Senthe, Muharem Kianieff, Jasminka Kalajdzic, Pascale Chapdelaine
This fall, Windsor Law faculty members were busy organizing significant conferences across the University of Windsor campus and community.
— Published on Nov 12th, 2019
Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic wrote the book on class actions. Now she is heading up a law clinic — the first of its kind in North America — dedicated one of the most high-profile and far-reaching legal procedures in the Canadian justice system.
— Published on Oct 17th, 2019
— Published on Jul 22nd, 2019
Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic comments on proposed changes to proceedings against the Crown legislation this week in a QP Briefing article. In the news article, lawyers dispute Ford's claim that "activists" are clogging up Ontario courts.
Read the full article here.
— Published on May 6th, 2019