Class action description
Multinationals that manufactured vitamins sold on the Canadian market. The vitamins were sold as supplements or added to different foods and consumer products. Between 1990 and 1999, multinationals have conspired to illegally set the prices of vitamins in Canada and share the market.
In collaboration with the office Unterberg, Labelle, Lebeau.
Between 1990 and 1999, consumers saw an increase in the price of vitamins from multinationals that produce vitamins and nutritional supplements.
July 17th 1999: Request to institute a class action. Decembre 17th, 2004 : Judgment authorizing the class action. 2005: Out of court settlement. (The individual compensation being impracticable, the settlement was paid to charities).