Students, professor lead application for class-action lawsuit against Concordia 


Two students and a professor are leading an application to bring a class-action lawsuit against Concordia University and its student union for “creating a safe space for antisemitism,” reports CTV News. “Concordia University has failed to properly investigate and respond to antisemitic incidents on its premises, which has allowed antisemitism to proliferate across its campuses,” reads the application, which seeks $15M in damages for Jewish students, faculty, and staff. Two law firms—De Louya Markakis and Eidelmann Law—are representing the class-action lawsuit applicants in partnership with Diamond & Diamond

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