North America

Give antitrust plaintiffs wire-tap evidence, Canada Supreme Court says

The plaintiffs originally asked for 220,000 intercepted conversations between the alleged cartelists.

The plaintiffs originally asked for 220,000 intercepted conversations between the alleged cartelists.

In what is seen as a boon for Canada’s antitrust class action bar, The Supreme Court of Canada last week ruled that plaintiffs suing for damages can access vital wiretap information obtained by the country’s Competition Bureau.

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