Corporate commercial

Secured creditor must give reasonable notice before seizing defaulted assets: Court of Appeal

Secured creditor must give reasonable notice before seizing defaulted assets: Court of Appeal

Court 'confirmed the well-settled common law principle,' says Maanit Zemel, appellants' lawyer

Catherine Banning joins Law Foundation of Ontario's board of trustees

Catherine Banning joins Law Foundation of Ontario's board of trustees

Catherine Banning is on LSO's Audit and Finance, Equity and Indigenous Affairs, Tribunal committees

Ontario's Not-for-Profit Corporations Act to be proclaimed after a decade

Ontario's Not-for-Profit Corporations Act to be proclaimed after a decade

Intermediaries like law firms can complete transactions on behalf of not-for-profits, businesses

Man who accused Ottawa’s ‘local judiciary’ of bias, lawyer of ineffective assistance loses appeal

Man who accused Ottawa’s ‘local judiciary’ of bias, lawyer of ineffective assistance loses appeal

Unusual for party to claim ineffective assistance by counsel on appeal with the same counsel: lawyer

Bankrupt party permitted to bring action against trustee, without leave of the court

Bankrupt party permitted to bring action against trustee, without leave of the court

Bankrupts often lack recourse against trustee for mismanagement of their affairs, says lawyer

Protectionism, China, supply-chain disruption driving work in international trade and investment law

Protectionism, China, supply-chain disruption driving work in international trade and investment law

U.S. President Joe Biden putting a smiling face on Trumpian trade tensions, says lawyer