Collectively, our barristers practice across all areas of civil and commercial litigation, including employment, personal injury, securities, fraud, breach of trust, breach of contract, shareholders and partnership disputes, class actions, bankruptcy and construction. Our firm also handles appeals of all civil and commercial matters. Levine Sherkin Boussidan is based in Toronto.
Levine Sherkin Boussidan acts for all types of clients across the broad spectrum of practice areas comprising civil and commercial litigation. We appear on behalf of our clients at mediations, arbitrations, all levels of court and before all kinds of tribunals.
Levine Sherkin Boussidan acts for both debtors and creditors. Our firm has tremendous experience in tracing assets to satisfy unpaid accounts and judgments. We also bring and defend actions under the Fraudulent Conveyances Act and the Assignment and Preferences Act. We act and provide advice with respect to bankruptcy and insolvency matters.
Levine Sherkin Boussidan has a reputation for excellence in the realm of corporate/commercial related litigation. Corporate/Commercial matters represent a broad spectrum of areas including: disputes involving shareholders, directors and/or officers, including oppression and derivative actions, insurance disputes, contract disputes, fiduciary duties, breach of trust, insolvency and bankruptcy matters, partnership disputes, corporate governance and directors’ and officers’ liability, arbitration and mediation.
Conflict of laws refers to the legal rules for determining the law of which competing jurisdiction should apply in a particular legal dispute.
The enforcement of foreign judgments addresses the law of whether a judgment of a court in a foreign jurisdiction will be recognized and enforced by a domestic court. Levine Sherkin Boussidan has helped shape the law of Canada in this regard.
Collectively, our barristers practice across all areas of civil and commercial litigation.
Summary judgment motion to dismiss action against individual defendant as he was not a party to the contract for services and materials supplied and had no ownership interest in the property.Download PDF
Court found that certain work approved by condominium board fell under “repairs and maintenance” and was not a “substantial change” to the common elements.Download PDF
Summary judgment motion for the recognition and enforcement of a judgment of the Superior Court of the State of California in and for Orange County.Download PDF
Court held that in the absence of an enforceable contractual provision stipulating a fixed term of notice, or any other provision to the contrary, a fixed term employment contract obligates an employer to pay an employee to the end of the term, and that obligation will not be subject to mitigation.Download PDF
We invite you to get in touch with any of our lawyers to discuss your legal needs. Clients can rest assured that they have the entire firm’s resources and contacts at their disposal.