NEWS - Labrador Land Protectors

Published:  March 24, 2017Court Update

 

There were a number of matters set to be called in the Supreme Court on Thursday, March 16, 2017. They were cancelled due to a major storm in Happy Valley Goosebay.

The matters were called on Friday, March 17, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. All matters that were set for that date were put over to July 19, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.

The Court was advised the recent laying of criminal charges against twenty-nine (29) individuals had provided a new layer of complexity to the matters and time was needed to advise people respecting the issues arising from the new charges. As well we have not had an exchange of complete information from Nalcor respecting the particulars against each of the individuals summands to address the contempt complaint.

New information will be posted as it becomes available.  


 

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Update:  Canada Student Loans Class Action

Published: February 24, 2017

As you are aware Examinations for discovery are scheduled to proceed during the months of January and February, 2017.

The parties have agreed to a schedule for exchanging documents  Document production is currently underway.  At this time, Class Counsel is reviewing and analyzing thousands of documents received from the defendants.

Examinations for discovery were scheduled to proceed during the months of January and February, 2017, however due to the extensive volume of documents produced by the defendants, the examinations will be delayed until Class Counsel has completed their review of all the documents.

We will continue to update this website as developments occur.  We ask that you continue to check the Main Website as well.  Click here to visit that page.

If you prefer, you may contact us toll-free at 1.866.225.9530.

 

NEWS - Court of Appeal Grants Bail to Raymond Stacey 

Full Article Here

"The highest court in the province has set bail conditions for a man accused of the second-degree murder of a chicken plant co-worker.

In the Court of Appeal on Wednesday, Raymond Stacey, 24, agreed to keep the peace, obey an 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. curfew, report to the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary once a week, live at a particular residence in St. John's, and other conditions."

Additional Articels on this Case:

CBC June 24, 2016 Article

The Telegram June 29, 2016 Article

 


 

 



The death of Don Dunphy is a tragedy that has affected not only his immediate family and community but the province as a whole. It’s a sign of how close-knit and down-to-earth we are that when one of our own is killed, there is a collective outpouring of grief and outrage. And when that death occurs under troubling and mystifying circumstances, it causes a natural sense of fear and demand for answers and action.

The officer at the centre of the controversy over why and how Mr. Dunphy was killed has not been named, and the investigation is ongoing. Yet on Friday that officer sent a mass email to his colleagues, which has since been released to the media and published and shared widely.

- See more at: http://theindependent.ca/2015/04/13/officers-letter-in-don-dunphy-killing-inflames-controversy/#sthash.aLNuROaa.dpu

Update: Gander Place Crash Class Action

Published: March 8, 2017

The first Case Management Meeting was held on March 2, 2017. Justice Rosalie McGrath presided. All Defendants were represented by their respective counsel.

 

All Defendants indicated they would oppose certification. Various reasons were given for their positions which will be detailed in communications to Class Members. The Defendants were open to receiving further and better information from the Plaintiff respecting possible damages and claims. This information will now be gathered.

 

On behalf of the Class I undertook to provide further information by July 2, 2017. I also undertook to file a Litigation Plan by August 31, 2017 setting out how we intend to move this matter forward if a negotiated resolution was not reached or would not appear to reached in the near future.  

 

The next Case Management Meeting was set for Wednesday, September 27, 2017.  

 

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Registration for Class Action Lawsuits

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Class Action

If you are affected by Samsung's recall of the Galaxy Note 7, please complete the Class Action Registration Form.

 

Deer Lake Canal Class Action

If you are a Deer Lake resident affected by the canal seepage please complete the Class Action Registration Form.

 

Kiewit Stolen Laptop Class Action

On April 15th, 2015 a laptop was stolen from an employee of Kiewit.  Information that was stolen included social insurance numbers, addresses, and other personal information.  Please complete the Class Action Registration Form.