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Injunctions & Receiverships as Tools in Civil Fraud Cases

In the course of litigation, a defendant may attempt to sell, hide, transfer or otherwise…

Ontario Residents Targeted in Cryptocurrency Scams

Phone and email-based fraud has long been an issue in Canada, with targets commonly being…

Will Ontario’s Proof of Vaccine System be Vulnerable to Fraud?

Since the start of the pandemic in early 2020, a number of changing health protocols…

Financial Advisors: New Guidelines Coming to Protect Senior Clients

Seniors, those over age 65, are disproportionately the victims of fraud and financial abuse due…

Vacation Rental Fraud Increasing in Ontario

With vaccines on the rise and restrictions lifting across the province, many people are looking…

March is Fraud Prevention Month

March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada, with the federal Competition Bureau creating a number…

Fraud, Letters of Credit & the Autonomy Principle

A standby letter of credit is a promise from a bank to a creditor that…

An Employer’s Vicarious Liability for Employee Fraud

Employee fraud most commonly occurs when an employee commits fraud against their own employer. For…

The Anti-Deprivation Rule Pt. 2: SCC Confirms Test

Last week we visited the primary legal authorities in Ontario on fraud in the event…

The Anti-Deprivation Rule, Part 1: Fraud in Bankruptcy

Protecting or preserving assets during a time of insolvency is a natural temptation of debtors.…