What is the alternative to joinder of claims?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from O’Brien v Bard Canada Inc., 2015 ONSC 2470 (CanLII):

Here, I harken back to the insights gained from Schroeder v. DJO Canada, Inc., supra. In that case, there was a small class action but the alternative of joinders of claims might have been available. The same might be said of the case at bar.

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