OTTAWA, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Consumers may join a class actionlawsuit against Microsoft Corp over alleged unfairpricing, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled on Thursday.
But the high court refused to allow a class action toproceed against Archer Daniels Midland Co and CargillInc over alleged price-fixing on high-fructose corn syrup.
The Supreme Court, in its decision on Microsoft, certified aclass action suit against the company.
The cases are Pro-Sys Consultants Ltd et al. v. MicrosoftCorp et al. (B.C.) (34282) and Sun-Rype Products Ltd et al. v.Archer Daniels Midland Co et al. (B.C.) (34283).
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