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Ontario’s Court of Appeal Clarifies Class Member’s Appeal Rights Post Settlement Approval

Canada - March 1 2022 A recent decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal will be of interest to parties seeking to challenge court-approved settlements that attempt to oust…

Paola Ramirez

When is Mediation Mandatory? - A Comparative Analysis of Mandatory Mediation Across Canada

Canada - October 30 2019 Trials are expensive. The costs associated with litigating a matter to trial can sometimes outweigh the potential reward being sought. Justice is not…

Gordana Ivanovic

Bear Lake Gold Ltd. decision - Ontario court supports existing practice regarding the use of fairness opinions in plans of arrangement

Canada - June 6 2014 In a decision issued on June 5, 2014,Justice Wilton-Siegel of the Toronto Commercial List Court held that a fairness opinion does not need to qualify…

Paul D. Davis

Ontario court makes observations on purpose of fairness opinions in the context of plans of arrangement

Canada - April 9 2014 A recent decision of Justice Brown of the Toronto Commercial List Court provides a good reminder of the role of both fairness opinions and the Court…

Paul D. Davis, Sandra Zhao

Allocation of restructuring costs: don’t be caught by surprise

Canada - November 23 2010 The aggregate costs associated with a formal court-supervised insolvency proceeding can be substantial.

Waël Rostom