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Catherine Francis Publishes "Solicitor-Client Privilege In Bankruptcy" In CAIRP's Rebuilding Success Magazine
Litigator Catherine Francis published "Solicitor-Client Privilege in Bankruptcy" in the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals' (CAIRP) magazine Rebuilding Success.
Canada
25 Apr 2017
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Catherine Francis Publishes Article On RBC v. Galmar In CAIRP's Rebuilding Success Magazine
Litigator Catherine Francis published "Competing priorities under the model receivership order: RBC v. Galmar" in the CAIRP magazine Rebuilding Success.
Canada
2 Sep 2016
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The New Ontario Act & How It Affects Your Corporation
On December 10, 2015, the Ontario government passed Bill 144, the Budget Measures Act, 2015, which will come into force on December 10, 2016.
Canada
30 Aug 2016
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Forfeited Corporate Property: The New Ontario Act & How It Affects Your Corporation
The common law remedy of distress has become an increasingly difficult remedy for landlords to exercise in response to a tenant default.
Canada
24 Aug 2016
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Effect Of A BIA Proposal On ABIL Claim
Two recent Tax Court of Canada cases dealt with ABIL timing issues where a proposal is made under the Bankrupty and Insolvency Act. Both Gaumond v. The Queen (2014 TCC 339) and St.-Hilaire v. The Queen (2014 TCC 336) were decisions under the informal procedure.
Canada
5 Aug 2015
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Directors Of A Corporation That May Be On The Path To Insolvency
This paper is intended to give directors a better understanding of what is expected of them and what they can expect when the corporation is insolvent or on the path to insolvency.
Canada
3 Feb 2015
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Directors’ Derivative Liability For Appropriation Of Crown Funds
When a corporation is insolvent or on the path to insolvency, all too often it improperly sources cash by appropriating for its own use monies collected from sales taxes and monies deducted from employees’ wages and meant to be submitted to the Canada Revenue Agency.
Canada
2 Feb 2015
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Court Of Appeal Sounds Death Knell For Dominance Of Hourly Rate Billing In Insolvencies
It would seem, based on the recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Bank of Nova Scotia v. Diemer that the honeymoon experienced by insolvency lawyers over the past decade with respect to the manner in which their fees can be charged, is over.
Canada
22 Jan 2015
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Five Important Things To Know If Your Retail Tenant Is Insolvent
Here are just five of the many reasons why retaining experienced bankruptcy and insolvency counsel can make a big difference.
Canada
14 Jan 2015
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Nortel Allocation Trial A Cross-Border First, But Will It Be Worth It?
The ongoing CCAA proceeding of Nortel Networks Inc. et al. is certainly not the first Canadian-based restructuring with assets spread through different jurisdictions.
Canada
30 Jul 2014
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Its IP Licensee Is Insolvent
When a licensee of intellectual property becomes insolvent and enters, either voluntarily or involuntarily, into a restructuring or insolvency process, there arise two key issues.
Canada
15 Mar 2012
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