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The Standard Of Appellate Review For Standard Form Contracts Versus CCAA Plans – SFC Litigation Trust v. Chan, 2019 ONCA 525
Allen Chan was the co-founder, chief executive officer and chairman of the board of directors of Sino-Forest Corporation ("SFC").
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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International Commercial Arbitration Awards: When Does An Arbitration Award Become Binding?
And so the saying went for Mr. Popack and Mr. Lipszyc, the parties in the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Popack v Lipszyc, 2018 ONCA 635
Canada
24 Jul 2018
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Introducing The Commercial Litigation Insights Blog
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Commercial Litigation Insights blog.
Canada
20 Jul 2018
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Equity Rules The Day: The Supreme Court Of Canada Clarifies The Tenets Of Proprietary Estoppel
In December 2017, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Cowper-Smith v. Morgan, 2017 SCC 61, a case dealing with the issue of proprietary estoppel.
Canada
9 Jan 2018
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Make A Will Month Provides An Annual Checkup For Lawyers And The Public
According to a 2012 survey conducted by lawyers' insurance company LawPRO, 56 per cent of Canadian adults do not have a signed will and 71 per cent do not have a signed power of attorney.
Canada
27 Nov 2017
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"Litigating Through The Grey Zone: The Law Of Testamentary Capacity" In Annual Review Of Civil Litigation 2014
It is estimated that approximately 44 million people around the world suffer with some form of dementia.
Canada
18 Feb 2015
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A Year In Review: The Far Reach Of The IRS In Canada – Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act was enacted by the United States Congress in order to deal with non-compliance by US taxpayers using foreign bank accounts.
Canada
2 Feb 2015
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Tactical Summons Barrage Leads To Big Indemnity
The case of Opara v. Opara provides an example of hotly contested estate litigation involving a disappointed family member who will take the matter to a disproportionate level in an attempt to avoid dismissal of his litigation.
Canada
19 Dec 2014
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Preservation, Patience And Persistence: The Dilemmas Of A Litigator In Estates
In Re Estate of Ireni Traitses, Justice David Brown raised the issue of a cost-effective procedure when dealing with a "one house will fight".
Canada
16 Oct 2014
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Efficiency And integrity Of The Canadian Courts
The cornerstone of the Canadian legal system is based on two principles: (1) the rule of law; and (2) the independence of the judiciary.
Canada
20 Aug 2013
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To Be Or Not To Be? The Question Of The Exclusion Of Trust Property Upon Marriage Breakdown
An analysis of the facts and findings relating to a case that dealt with, among other things, the exclusion of trust property in a net family property calculation upon a marriage breakdown.
Canada
25 Apr 2013
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To Be Or Not To Be? - The Question Of The Exclusion Of Trust Property Upon Marriage Breakdown
A discussion on a recent case, which deals with the exclusion of trust property in a net family property calculation upon a marriage breakdown.
Canada
23 Apr 2013
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Ontario Rules of Pre-trial Documentary Discovery: Top Ten Reasons to Choose Ontario for Your Litigation
The Smoking Gun: You will Know the Facts of the Case Before You Enter the Courtroom. Evidentiary surprises in the form of last-minute documentary disclosure are frowned upon and generally inadmissible. Knowing the evidence of your case in advance allows you to make an informed analysis and appropriate recommendation to your client.
Canada
5 Oct 2010
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