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Even The Winners Lose In A Ponzi Scheme: Payments Made To Investors In A Ponzi Scheme Clawed Back As Fraudulent Conveyances
In what is typically referred to as a "clawback proceeding," a trustee in bankruptcy seeks to recover, or "claw back," funds paid to innocent investors in a Ponzi scheme lucky enough to make a profit (net winners) ...
Canada
25 Apr 2018
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Alberta Court Of Appeal Reinforces The Need For Caution And Candour In Seeking Ex Parte Mareva Injunctions And Anton Piller Orders
The Alberta Court of Appeal recently provided a clear reminder to legal counsel: applicants must carefully adhere to their duties of candour and full disclosure when bringing applications...
Canada
1 Dec 2017
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SCC Misses Opportunity To Correct The Law Of Fictitious And Non-Existing Payees
Twenty years after its last look at the issue, the Supreme Court of Canada has once again had the opportunity to determine which innocent party should bear the loss caused by the negotiation...
Canada
9 Nov 2017
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