Carla Breadon

Carla is an associate in the Disputes Group. She maintains a general civil and commercial litigation practice. Carla obtained her B.C.L. and LL.B. at McGill University. During law school, Carla served as an Executive Editor for the McGill Law Journal and spent a summer in the civil litigation office of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. While completing her B.A. she played for the varsity soccer team. Carla completed her articles as a judicial law clerk at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. She first joined Osler as a summer student in 2016.

Representative Work

Latest Insights

  • Blog Feb 2, 2024

    ‘Phoenix’ litigation: can a class action dismissed for delay be resurrected?

    A growing number of proposed class actions have been dismissed for delay since a new provision of the Ontario Class Proceedings Act was introduced in ...

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    ‘Phoenix’ litigation: can a class action dismissed for delay be resurrected?
  • Blog Oct 28, 2020

    New dimensions of preferable procedure: “jurisdictional preferability” and multijurisdictional class proceedings

    In order to be certified, a proposed class proceeding must be deemed the “preferable procedure” for resolving the plaintiff’s claims...

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  • Osler Update Dec 10, 2019

    Ontario introduces significant changes to class actions

    On December 9, 2019, the Ontario government introduced amendments to Ontario class action legislation that will make it easier for courts and defendan...

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  • Blog Nov 13, 2019

    Court certifies common issue based in novel statistical methodology of proof

    In Levac v. James, 2019 ONSC 5092, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice agreed to expand the common issues in a medical negligence class act...

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Credentials

Education

McGill University, B.C.L./LL.B. (Dean’s Honour List) Trinity Western University, B.A.H. (Great Distinction)

Professional Affiliations

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • The Advocates’ Society