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When is a creditor not a complainant under oppression remedy

Canada - January 18 2012 The oppression remedy under the Ontario Business Corporations Act is a broad remedy, that can be used in a wide range of circumstances....


Businesses behaving badly - expanding contractual duties of good faith

Canada - December 5 2011 Various courts have struggled with the concept of "good faith" between two contracting parties....


Behind the numbers of the two new Supreme Court of Canada appointees

Canada - November 18 2011 In October 2011, two Ontario Court of Appeal judges, Justice Michael Moldaver and Justice Andromache Karakatsanis, were appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada....


Decisions, decisions faced with non-payment, contractors must pursue the right claim and remedy

Canada - September 14 2011 Contractors providing their services and materials to construction projects in exchange for instalment payments must carefully consider their options when payments are missed...

Jason J. Annibale.


Getting blood from a stone enforcing unpaid corporate judgments against directors

Canada - July 5 2011 Collecting judgments against deadbeat corporations can sometimes be a difficult proposition....