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Kenneth A. Dekker

Kenneth A. Dekker

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Kenneth (Ken) Dekker, a partner of the firm, is a successful trial and appellate lawyer who is valued by his clients as a resourceful and practical litigation counsel. With more than 12 years of experience, Ken has appeared before all levels of courts in Ontario, including the Superior Court of Justice, the Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal for Ontario, as well as before the Supreme Court of Canada.

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Supreme Court of Canada to hear landmark auditor’s liability case

Today, on June 9, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada granted former Livent auditor, Deloitte & Touche, leave to appeal from the decision of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, ... [more] Full article

Allied Nevada plaintiffs denied leave to advance Securities Act claims against underwriters

In a recent decision, Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward P. Belobaba found that two investment dealers are not experts under the Ontario Securities Act – and they couldn’t be happier ... [more] Full article

Lenders’ misrepresentation claim against auditor summarily dismissed

In the latest chapter in an almost 20-year-old saga involving Philip Services Corp. (“Philip”) and an accounting fraud uncovered in 1998, Ontario Superior Court Justice Perell summarily dismissed a negligent ... [more] Full article

Ontario’s top court affirms denial of leave to amend claim in secondary market misrepresentation class action

The requirement for leave of the court in order to proceed with secondary market claims under Part XXIII.1 of the Securities Act continues to evolve and be the subject of extensive judicial commentary almost ten years after it came into force. [more] Full article

Defendant’s delay gives Ontario courts jurisdiction under forum of necessity test

In January 2010, two plaintiffs commenced an action in Ontario arising from a car accident that had occurred almost two years earlier in Michigan. More than a year after the action was commenced, the defendant moved to dismiss the action on the basis that Ontario courts lacked jurisdiction over a claim that the defendant said should instead be tried in Michigan. [more] Full article


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