Individuals are not allowed to claim punitive damages against companies.
There are good fundamental reasons for citizens and companies to be able to claim damages.
Past consideration therefore cannot be used as a basis when claiming damages.
Under the reported settlement, only the named plaintiffs could claim damages.
The lawsuit in Ontario is claiming damages of $350 million.
That's a hot one, though, trying to claim damages before he knows who's hurt!
They have filed suit in several Federal courts, claiming damages of $540 million.
It held that one may claim damages from a third person who interferes in the performance of a contract by another.
Can they claim damages if their business is affected?