Class Action Developing on Behalf of Scoop Victims Who Don’t Fit Criteria

July 11, 2014 § Leave a comment

Friday, July 11, 2014, Class Action Suit is developing ‘Aboriginal Adoption Class Action’ on behalf of victims of Canada Scoops who, because, after being scooped, they were not placed in residential schools but instead adopted out, do not fit criteria of 1st class action suits ‘Aboriginal Day Schools Class Action’ filed on behalf of Canadian Scoop Victims. This suit, at this moment (things can change), still requires the victims to have been kept within Canada, i.e., it does not cover those who were removed from Canada and placed in USA and west Europe. Separate suits are in process of developing for victims who after ‘scooped’ were taken out of Canada and placed in USA and west Europe.

More information here: https://www.merchantlaw.com/classactions/scoop.php

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