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Michael Binetti

Michael Binetti

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Michael Binetti, a partner of the firm, brings a proven litigation background plus extensive experience in arguing both trials and appeals. He has demonstrated his strategic legal capability and expertise in wide-ranging areas of litigation, including business and construction disputes, fraud, employment law, competition investigations, private competition actions, elections law and dealing with municipal and government regulators.

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Highway 407 ETR Tolls Discharged by Bankruptcy – Licence Plate Denials No More

407 ETR Concession, the company that owns and runs most of Ontario’s Highway 407 – an open access highway – has lost a key tool to enforce payment of tolls, ... [more] Full article

Why Car Rentals Cost More Than Advertised: Avis and Budget Taken To Task By Competition Bureau

Canada’s Competition Bureau is accusing Avis and Budget of misleading consumers into thinking their rental car prices are lower than they actually are. The Bureau claims that prices are much ... [more] Full article

Ontario Court Quashes Municipal By-Law Forcing Conversion of Taxi Licences

The Ontario Superior Court of Justice quashed a resolution of Toronto City Council that required the mandatory conversion of all taxi licences to a new taxi licensing regime on the ... [more] Full article

Cheerios: Download a coupon, lose your right to sue

A recent New York Times article warned consumers that by clicking "Like" on the Facebook page of General Mills, the maker of Cheerios and other products, they would be agreeing to limit themselves to resolve disputes with the company through informal emails or binding arbitration. [more] Full article

Supreme Court to decide if French-language school in Vancouver worse than English-language schools

A group of Vancouver parents of children attending a French-language public school in Vancouver have persuaded the Supreme Court of Canada to hear their case. At issue is whether or ... [more] Full article


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