The Litigator - Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP » Disputes within Companies and Partnerships http://www.thelitigator.ca Competition Law, Commercial Litigation and Arbitration Updates Thu, 20 Nov 2014 18:27:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Shareholder spat leaves plaintiffs with no remedy, and an order to pay $2.7 million in costs http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/06/shareholder-spat-leaves-plaintiffs-with-no-remedy-and-an-order-to-pay-2-7-million-in-costs/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/06/shareholder-spat-leaves-plaintiffs-with-no-remedy-and-an-order-to-pay-2-7-million-in-costs/#comments Mon, 23 Jun 2014 14:46:20 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=3865 Harris v. Leikin Group Inc. provides another illustration of the messy, and costly, fallout that can occur when there is a dispute within a successful family business.]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2014/06/shareholder-spat-leaves-plaintiffs-with-no-remedy-and-an-order-to-pay-2-7-million-in-costs/feed/ 0 Table Manners – Recipes for Negotiators: #2 The Mandate http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/07/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators-2-the-mandate/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/07/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators-2-the-mandate/#comments Thu, 11 Jul 2013 19:26:49 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=2802 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/07/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators-2-the-mandate/feed/ 0 Table Manners – Recipes for Negotiators http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/04/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/04/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators/#comments Fri, 12 Apr 2013 11:58:58 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=2372 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2013/04/table-manners-recipes-for-negotiators/feed/ 0 Mandatory Retirement for Law Firm Partners Upheld http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/07/mandatory-retirement-for-law-firm-partners-upheld/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/07/mandatory-retirement-for-law-firm-partners-upheld/#comments Sun, 22 Jul 2012 15:20:50 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=1528 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/07/mandatory-retirement-for-law-firm-partners-upheld/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 Wayward Fiduciary entitled to receive bonus from former Employer, says Court of Appeal http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/02/wayward-fiduciary-entitled-to-receive-bonus-from-former-employer-says-court-of-appeal/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/02/wayward-fiduciary-entitled-to-receive-bonus-from-former-employer-says-court-of-appeal/#comments Fri, 17 Feb 2012 03:59:20 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=1137 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/02/wayward-fiduciary-entitled-to-receive-bonus-from-former-employer-says-court-of-appeal/feed/ 0 Magna Plan of Arrangement approved by Ontario Courts http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/10/magna-plan-of-arrangement-approved-by-ontario-courts/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/10/magna-plan-of-arrangement-approved-by-ontario-courts/#comments Wed, 20 Oct 2010 18:51:00 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=826 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/10/magna-plan-of-arrangement-approved-by-ontario-courts/feed/ 0 Business judgment rule does not trump unanimous shareholders’ agreement http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/01/business-judgment-rule-does-not-trump-unanimous-shareholders%e2%80%99-agreement/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/01/business-judgment-rule-does-not-trump-unanimous-shareholders%e2%80%99-agreement/#comments Thu, 14 Jan 2010 15:05:41 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=548 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2010/01/business-judgment-rule-does-not-trump-unanimous-shareholders%e2%80%99-agreement/feed/ 0 Oppression does not guarantee relief http://www.thelitigator.ca/2009/11/oppression-does-not-guarantee-relief/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2009/11/oppression-does-not-guarantee-relief/#comments Thu, 05 Nov 2009 16:41:55 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=509 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2009/11/oppression-does-not-guarantee-relief/feed/ 0 Regulation of businesses in Canada through private litigation http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/09/regulation-of-businesses-in-canada-through-private-litigation/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/09/regulation-of-businesses-in-canada-through-private-litigation/#comments Fri, 01 Sep 2006 20:45:17 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=196 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/09/regulation-of-businesses-in-canada-through-private-litigation/feed/ 0 The cross-border woes of Conrad Black – the dilemma of differing approaches to self-incrimination in Canada and the US. http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/he-cross-border-woes-of-conrad-black-%e2%80%93-the-dilemma-of-differing-approaches-to-self-incrimination-in-canada-and-the-us/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/he-cross-border-woes-of-conrad-black-%e2%80%93-the-dilemma-of-differing-approaches-to-self-incrimination-in-canada-and-the-us/#comments Tue, 13 Jun 2006 02:40:53 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=163 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/he-cross-border-woes-of-conrad-black-%e2%80%93-the-dilemma-of-differing-approaches-to-self-incrimination-in-canada-and-the-us/feed/ 0 Intercorporate transactions may be oppressive http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/intercorporate-transactions-may-be-oppressive/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/intercorporate-transactions-may-be-oppressive/#comments Tue, 13 Jun 2006 01:39:36 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=247 http://www.thelitigator.ca/2006/06/intercorporate-transactions-may-be-oppressive/feed/ 0 Shareholder/director not liable for “presumptive benefit” or “duty to explain” http://www.thelitigator.ca/2005/10/shareholderdirector-not-liable-for-%e2%80%9cpresumptive-benefit%e2%80%9d-or-%e2%80%9cduty-to-explain%e2%80%9d/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2005/10/shareholderdirector-not-liable-for-%e2%80%9cpresumptive-benefit%e2%80%9d-or-%e2%80%9cduty-to-explain%e2%80%9d/#comments Tue, 18 Oct 2005 03:50:26 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=110 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2005/10/shareholderdirector-not-liable-for-%e2%80%9cpresumptive-benefit%e2%80%9d-or-%e2%80%9cduty-to-explain%e2%80%9d/feed/ 0