Price Fixing & Competition Law

One of the fundamental underpinnings of our economy is that competition among businesses is beneficial for society. It drives efficiency and innovation and results in consumers and businesses receiving better products at a lower price. Conversely, when companies reach agreements not to compete but instead act together to raise prices, reduce supply or allocate markets and customers, consumers are harmed by having to pay higher prices for inferior goods.

Because the increase in price paid by each individual consumer is usually not large enough to justify hiring lawyers and retaining experts to prove the conspiracy, without a class action these companies would be able to get away with charging unjustifiably inflated prices. Our lawyers at KND use class actions to bring consumers together and recoup the losses suffered by them as a result of price-fixing agreements and other anti-competitive behaviour engaged in by large companies.

Active Class Actions

Pure Gold Mining Inc.

Supreme Court of British Columbia

April 04, 2022

Freedom Mobile Inc.

Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta

January 14, 2022

Excelsior Mining Corp.

Supreme Court of British Columbia

November 01, 2021

Akumin Inc.

Ontario Superior Court of Justice

October 22, 2021

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