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Masiel A. Matus

Masiel A. Matus

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Masiel has a broad commercial litigation practice and represents both national and international clients in a variety of complex matters. Masiel has experience litigating cases involving professional negligence, commercial leasing and real property disputes, insurance, contract disputes, shareholder disputes, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of trust, employment matters and defamation claims.

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Court of Appeal upholds stay of secondary market misrepresentation claim on jurisdictional grounds

The Court of Appeal recently upheld the stay of a proposed shareholder class action for lack of jurisdiction. The appellant, Wai Kin Yip, brought a claim for secondary market misrepresentation ... [more] Full article

Simply creating a website for a business is not unregistered trading or “an act in furtherance of a trade”, court rules

Charges were dismissed by the Ontario Court of Justice in R v. Lowman against two individuals who, in connection with their creation of a website, were alleged to have engaged in ... [more] Full article

Failure to register share transfer doesn’t mean that it didn’t happen: Supreme Court of Canada denies oppression remedy claim

The Supreme Court of Canada in Mennillo v. Intramodal Inc. held that a small, closely held corporation’s failure to comply with some of the requirements under the Canada Business Corporations ... [more] Full article

Dry cleaner who contaminated neighbour’s property ordered to pay significant damages

A dry cleaning business was ordered to pay over $1.6 million in damages to remediate a neighbour’s property for environmental contamination. In Huang v. Fraser Hillary’s Limited the plaintiff, a ... [more] Full article

Casinos may be liable to victims of problem gamblers

The Ontario Court of Appeal has reinstated an action against the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLGC) brought by third party victims of a fraud committed by a problem gambler who ... [more] Full article