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Peter R. Greene

Peter R. Greene

Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP

Peter is a widely recognized and renowned litigator with substantial expertise in high profile and complex Commercial Litigation at the trial and appellate levels. Peter acts as counsel for insurance companies on professional liability, E&O claims, Director's and Officer's liability, and surety, fidelity and dishonesty bond claims. He has particular expertise in securities litigation and Regulatory Hearing, and has acted for Canada's largest investment firms. He regularly acts as defence counsel in large Class Actions before the courts in Ontario, and before national and provincial Regulatory agencies, boards and tribunals. Peter is regularly involved in large product liability and construction contract cases involving Construction Liens or Surety Bonds.

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IIROC and MFDA Can Now Collect Fines in Court

On May 17, 2017, Bill 127 amended the Securities Act which allows both IIROC and the MFDA to file their  disciplinary decisions with the Superior Court of Justice as enforceable ... [more] Full article

Performance, and Labour and Materials Payment Bonds – Avoiding the Pitfalls of the Surety’s Defences to a Bond Claim

The comfort provided by a surety bond can be lost easily if one does not cross one’s T’s and dot one’s I’s. However, by being aware of the defences most often raised by sureties you can chart a course that reduces the likelihood that the surety bond ends up as nothing more than a souvenir of a construction project gone wrong. [more] Full article

It’s Not Just the Exchange Rate or the Spelling

The Substantial Differences Between Canada and the US in Handling Cheque (Check) Fraud Claims Implications for Insurers

In Canada, “check” is spelled “cheque”; and cheques are, of course, generally written in Canadian dollars and drawn on Canadian banks. Those are not, however, the only differences between Canadian and US law and banking practices relating to cheques. [more] Full article

Construction Bonds

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I have been asked to speak on the topic of construction bonds. In speaking to you today I shall attempt to avoid, where possible, boring you with endless legal jargon ... [more] Full article

“Know Your Client Rule” Takes on New Importance

THE RULE When asked to speak on the impact of technological changes taking place in the retail stock market on the "Know Your Client Rule", I was somewhat at a ... [more] Full article