Proposed class-action lawsuit against Lasik MD not authorized

TORONTO -- A proposed class-action lawsuit brought against Lasik MD by a Canadian in 2019 has been rejected by a Quebec court, which ruled that the proposed class action was prescribed and was not appropriate for the circumstances of the case.

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