TORONTO, Jan. 25 /CNW/ - In the wake of the Ontario government's failure
to acquire a unanimous consensus regarding the passage of the York University
back-to-work legislation, the law offices of Juroviesky and Ricci LLP have
filed a class action lawsuit in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against
York University alleging class wide violations of various statutory and common
law duties to the students of York University.
The suit claims that the students of York University are entitled to a
refund of the students' tuition and other fees paid to York, and for damages
(direct and indirect) for losses suffered by students enrolled in full and
part time programs at York University for the Fall/Winter 2008/2009 semester.
For further details, please see the press release and materials posted on
Juroviesky and Ricci's website www.yorktookmymoney.com and/or
According to Henry Juroviesky of Juroviesky and Ricci LLP, "It's
unfortunate that this matter has evolved into a stalemate labor negotiation
between York University and the Union, and has lost its primary focal point,
namely the welfare of the York University students, and as such the only
practical option the students have for immediate relief and the possibility to
salvage their academic track is via the court system through this class
Note that the detailed statement of claim filed with the Ontario Superior
Court of Justice is the result of an extensive and independent investigation
conducted by Juroviesky and Ricci LLP. In respect of Canada, to the knowledge
of Juroviesky and Ricci LLP, no other statement of claim has been filed in
this matter against the Defendant and no other law firms, as at the time of
filing its statement of claim, represent plaintiffs in this litigation.
Because lawyers at Juroviesky and Ricci LLP have conducted a thorough
investigation on this matter, they are in a superior position to answer
questions about the claims alleged in the statement of claim, and can be
contacted to discuss this case through the telephone number and/or e-mail
address indicated below.
To be included as a lead or representative plaintiff on this matter, you
must meet certain legal requirements. If you would like to join this class
action as a lead or representative plaintiff, join as a class member, or
otherwise be included in the York University Class Action database, please
visit the following website: www.yorktookmymoney.com and provide us with the
More information on this and other class actions can be found on the
Juroviesky and Ricci LLP Class Action website at www.jrclassactions.com.
For further information: Juroviesky and Ricci LLP, Henry Juroviesky,
Tel: (416) 646-7877, Fax: (416) 481-1792, Email: email@example.com