Whether a new cause of action should be recognized entitling a plaintiff to a disgorgement remedy upon proof of the breach of a duty of care in negligence, absent damage, injury or loss — Whether the proper analytical framework was applied for disgorgement in breach of contract — Whether the proper interpretation of “three-card monte” discloses any reasonable prospect of the plaintiffs succeeding — Whether certification of the class action should have been denied. — Appeals allowed 07/24/2020 — Supreme Advocacy acted as agents for the Respondent.

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