"Basic Income Class Action Lawsuit can Proceed: Ontario Court of Appeal"

Kaley Duff quoted in Lindsay Advocate

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23 June 2022
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Kaley Duff is quoted in today's edition of the Lindsay Advocate, commenting on the recent decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal that the Basic Income Class Action lawsuit can proceed, stating that Cavalluzzo LLP is "very pleased with the result of the appeal” and “The Ontario Court of Appeal agreed with us that our claim in contract disclosed a reasonable cause of action.”

A full copy of the article can be found HERE.

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