TORONTO, Feb. 28 /CNW/ - It is estimated that each year, millions of
dollars are unclaimed from securities and anti-trust class action
settlements. Financial institutions and individual investors with
significant losses fail, in some cases, sixty percent of the time to
submit claims in securities class action settlements because they are
not aware of them or the legal forms are too arduous and overbearing.
Canada Claims Management strives to increase awareness of such
settlement monies, and assists with the claims process itself, taking
the guess work out and ensuring that settlement funds get into the
pockets of eligible and deserving class members. Canada Claims
Management also provides guidance on what action is to be taken when a
notice of a settlement is received.
Lawyer and co-founder of Canada Claims Management, Jonathane Ricci, says
that "Canada Claims Management is the first of its kind in Canada. We
intend to change the class action lawsuit landscape by focusing our
attention on increasing the number of claims made by investors and
institutions. Let's face it, millions of dollars go unclaimed in class
action settlements on a regular basis. We believe that this unclaimed
settlement money should rightfully go into the hands of all qualifying
Paul Battaglia, Managing Director and co-founder of Canada Claims
Management says that "assisting institutional investors and portfolio
managers make qualifying claims will help them meet their fiduciary and
other obligations they may have toward the investing public." Paul has
23 years experience in the investment and financial services industry.
Canada Claims Management is the perfect partnership between legal
experience and investment industry knowledge, which allows the firm to
provide expertise and help individual investors and institutions get
more for their claims from securities and anti-trust class action
lawsuits and settlements.
Gildan Activewear Inc. Canada Claims Management believes investors who invested in the TSX 60
Index may be entitled to participate in the USD $22.5 Million Gildan Activewear Class Action Settlement due March 10, 2011. Canada Claims Management notifies potential class-members of the Class
Action Settlement and collects and submits to the claims administrator
documentary evidence of class eligibility to participate in the
settlement, and disburses the settlement funds to authorized class
members. Please contact Canada Claims Management directly to determine
if you are an authorized class member.
SOURCE Canada Claims Management
For further information:
on Canada Claims Management, visit their website at: www.CanadaClaimsManagement.ca