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What Constitutes a Fraudulent Conveyance?

The recent case of Anisman v. Drabinsky is a summary judgment decision from the Ontario…

Business Interruption Insurance & COVID-19

Many businesses take out insurance to cover losses that can arise due to fire or…

Resolving Legal Disputes During COVID-19

The fallout from the global spread of COVID-19 has had a major impact on every…

Force Majeure and Frustration in Contracts Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 has clearly had a significant adverse impact on the economy of Ontario, Canada and…

The Discoverability of Oppression Claims

The Ontario Court of Appeal (ONCA) in Maurice v. Alles (2016) found section 4 of…

The Importance of Sufficiently Proving Damages

In civil litigation for breach of contract, establishing a breach is only part of the…

Adding a Defendant & “Reasonable Discoverability”

In the course of a litigation file, misapprehensions sometimes occur. When there is confusion as…

Security for Costs

What is an Order for Security for Costs? Granting a motion for security for costs…

Oppression Claims & The Business Judgment Rule

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

Setting Aside a Default Judgment

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