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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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Continuing breach results in rolling limitation period

Each and every day that a party remains in breach of a continuing obligation in a contract, a new cause of action and corresponding limitation period arises, the Court of ... [more] Full article

Employee suspension ruled constructive dismissal: Supreme Court

Employers would be wise to consider the terms of an employee’s contract before administratively suspending him or her. The Supreme Court of Canada held that administrative suspensions must be both ... [more] Full article

Tort of civil fraud requires proof of inducement, Supreme Court rules

The Supreme Court recently redefined the requirements to establish the tort of civil fraud (or tort of deceit) and held that proof that the defendant induced the plaintiff to act ... [more] Full article

Priceless: Competition case against Visa and MasterCard dismissed

The Competition Tribunal recently held that Visa and MasterCard’s rules do not constitute resale price maintenance, because their product, credit card network services, is not resold by their customers (known as ... [more] Full article

Commissioner Announces “Bureau Without Borders”

In a recent speech, Interim Commissioner of Competition John Pecman announced his vision of a “Bureau Without Borders”. This vision includes the Competition Bureau’s ability to transcend international and domestic ... [more] Full article