1.  The law firms of Sutts, Strosberg LLP (now Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP) and Charney Lawyers commenced three class actions with respect to falling balcony glass at three condominium developments located in Toronto, Ontario:  

•    Murano Towers located at 37 Grosvenor Street and 38 Grenville Street;
•    Festival Tower located at 80 John Street; and
•    One Bedford at Bloor, located at 1 Bedford.

2.  The plaintiffs in all actions allege that the defendants are responsible to them and the members of the class for the lost use of their balconies and for the diminished value of their units.

3.   Sutts, Strosberg LLP (now Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP) and Charney Lawyers held two town hall meetings in July, 2012 in Toronto with owners and residents from the three buildings.

4.   On October 3, 2013, Justice Belobaba certified all three actions as class proceedings.

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6. If you wish to speak to someone for assistance, please call Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP, toll free 1.800.229.5323, extension 296 or Charney Lawyers at 1.416.964.7950, extension 246.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

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