The Litigator - Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP » Corporate Litigation http://www.thelitigator.ca Competition Law, Commercial Litigation and Arbitration Updates Wed, 22 Oct 2014 15:56:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Presentation: Negotiation Techniques for the Business Lawyer http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/02/presentation-negotiation-techniques-for-the-business-lawyer/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/02/presentation-negotiation-techniques-for-the-business-lawyer/#comments Tue, 04 Feb 2014 16:13:53 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=3352 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/02/presentation-negotiation-techniques-for-the-business-lawyer/feed/ 0 Out of Time – Investment Dealer’s Claim for Indemnity against Investment Advisor Barred by Statute of Limitations http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/06/out-of-time-investment-dealers-claim-for-indemnity-against-investment-advisor-barred-by-statute-of-limitations/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/06/out-of-time-investment-dealers-claim-for-indemnity-against-investment-advisor-barred-by-statute-of-limitations/#comments Wed, 26 Jun 2013 16:13:18 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=2747 [...]]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/06/out-of-time-investment-dealers-claim-for-indemnity-against-investment-advisor-barred-by-statute-of-limitations/feed/ 0 Tim Hortons Franchisees Must Be Content With Profits from Coffee, Not Food http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/01/tim-hortons-franchisees-must-be-content-with-profits-from-coffee-not-food/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/01/tim-hortons-franchisees-must-be-content-with-profits-from-coffee-not-food/#comments Thu, 10 Jan 2013 17:15:12 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=2014 [...]]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/01/tim-hortons-franchisees-must-be-content-with-profits-from-coffee-not-food/feed/ 0 Court pierces corporate veil on alter ego theory of liability http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/05/court-pierces-corporate-veil-on-alter-ego-theory-of-liability/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/05/court-pierces-corporate-veil-on-alter-ego-theory-of-liability/#comments Mon, 14 May 2012 15:33:30 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=1382 [...]]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/05/court-pierces-corporate-veil-on-alter-ego-theory-of-liability/feed/ 0 Request to Admit served during adjournment of trial allowed by court http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/04/request-to-admit-served-during-adjournment-of-trial-allowed-by-court/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/04/request-to-admit-served-during-adjournment-of-trial-allowed-by-court/#comments Thu, 19 Apr 2012 19:15:44 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=1351 [...]]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/04/request-to-admit-served-during-adjournment-of-trial-allowed-by-court/feed/ 0 Oppression class actions now recognized in both British Columbia and Ontario http://www.thelitigator.ca/2011/01/oppression-class-actions-now-recognized-in-both-british-columbia-and-ontario/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2011/01/oppression-class-actions-now-recognized-in-both-british-columbia-and-ontario/#comments Wed, 26 Jan 2011 15:40:43 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=888
During this period significantly less attention has been paid to whether shareholder class actions might be brought under another and potentially much broader statutory remedy: the oppression remedy under one of the provincial or federal business corporations statutes. However, this may be changing.

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