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Oppression Claims & The Business Judgment Rule

Oppression is defined under the Ontario Business Corporations Act as conduct that is “oppressive or…

The Tort of Abuse of Civil Process

Abuse of process occurs when a court determines that a party’s actions are detrimental to…

The Arbitration Act, Stays & the Right to Appeal

The Arbitration Act of Ontario, in section 7, provides a mechanism to stay actions brought…

Setting Aside a Default Judgment

What is a Default Judgment? A default judgment is often granted in favour of a…

Milosevic Fiske Successful in Arguing Quasi-Criminal Appeal

Cameron Fiske, a partner at Milosevic Fiske LLP, recently acted as co-counsel on an appeal…

Judgment Debts, Fraud and Bankruptcy

Many people assume that bankruptcy protects them from all creditors, across the board, however, this…

Norwich Orders as a Tool of Discovery

What is a Norwich Order? A Norwich order compels a third-party, usually innocent, to preserve…

Cy-Pres Awards in Class Action Lawsuits

The History of Cy-Près Awards The cy-près doctrine was developed in the English courts of…

Mareva Injunctions: Freezing Assets Before Judgment

The remedy of a Mareva injunction is so named having adopted the name of the…

Larger Limits for Smaller Claims

Many clients have smaller monetary disputes that initially may not seem worth the effort to…