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.
Appeal upholding finding of oppression, tracing of assets, and liability of sole director and shareholder.Download PDF
Lawyer found liable for misappropriating monies from company and for assigning company into bankruptcy as part of fraudulent scheme to deprive family trusts of their interests in company.Download PDF
Motion involving the continuation of a Mareva injunction and appointment of receiver to protect assets in order to collect on judgment.Download PDF
Collectively, our barristers practice across all areas of civil and commercial litigation.
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
Court of Appeal for Ontario addressed the optimal way to catalogue expert evidence at trial. The Court discusses best practices regarding the marking of exhibits at trial so as to avoid confusion about the state of trial evidence on appeal. The Court stated that “the goal of a trial judge in supervising the assembly of a trial record is completeness and accuracy” so that the panel sitting on appeal can easily discern what was before the trial judge at any time during the course of trial.Download PDF
Appeal court holding that purchasers of condominium units for tax shelter purposes are protected under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act.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.