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Time Management Mistrial

A mistrial is a trial that is not successfully completed – meaning that it’s “terminated…

The Oppression Remedy: An Overview

When corporate actions or decisions negatively impact those with interests in the corporation (including directors,…

A Cryptic Cryptocurrency Decision

Traditional currency (i.e. a formalized medium of value and exchange, in the form of paper…

Discoverability and Limitation Periods

Limitation periods and discoverability are fundamental concepts in any litigation, including, commercial litigation and appellate litigation. What…

Mary Carter Settlements and Commercial Litigation

Settlements of civil actions, including commercial claims, are both judicially encouraged and desirable. They serve…

Oppression Remedy or Derivative Action?

The Ontario Business Corporations Act (OBCA) and The Canada Business Corporations Act (CBCA) are both…

Professional Negligence: The Standard of Care Expert Evidence on a Summary Judgment Motion

The tort of negligence requires a plaintiff to allege and prove four elements. They are…

Recovery for Employee Fraud

What remedies does an employer have when it discovers that it has suffered damages as…

Assessing Damages After An Insolvency

The measure of damages is determined by using the formulae, Loss (L) = Actual Liquidation…

Hide & Seek – Piercing the Corporate Veil

Corporations are understood to be legal entities separate and distinct from their shareholding owners. In…