The Litigator - Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP » Shareholder Litigation 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 Timminco tossed by Supreme Court of Canada http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/08/timminco-tossed-by-supreme-court-of-canada/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/08/timminco-tossed-by-supreme-court-of-canada/#comments Thu, 02 Aug 2012 16:44:53 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=1596 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2012/08/timminco-tossed-by-supreme-court-of-canada/feed/ 0 Shot Gun Control: Parties must comply strictly with terms of shot gun clauses, says Ontario’s highest court http://www.thelitigator.ca/2011/02/shot-gun-control/ http://www.thelitigator.ca/2011/02/shot-gun-control/#comments Wed, 23 Feb 2011 16:06:31 +0000 http://www.thelitigator.ca/?p=895 ...]]> http://www.thelitigator.ca/2011/02/shot-gun-control/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.

Originally published in The Lawyers Weekly.]]>
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