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- David Street to facilitate at the Law Society of Ontario’s Advanced Roundtable on Shareholder Disputes.
On October 2, 2019 David Street will be one of four corporate lawyer facilitators at the Law Society of Ontario’s Advanced Roundtable on Shareholder Disputes. This continuing professional development program is intended to assist corporate lawyers and litigators to work together to manage and assess … Read more »
- Toronto Condo Arbitrator – Independent, Affordable and Available
David Alderson, LL.B., LL.M, Q.Arb – Condo Dispute Arbitrator David has been accredited by the ADR Institute as Canada as a Qualified Arbitrator (Q.Arb). He accepts appointments as a commercial arbitrator, including as condominium dispute arbitrator, at reasonable hourly rates (from $350.00 per hou … Read more »
- Gilbertson Davis Welcomes Fatima Vieira!
It is with great pleasure that Gilbertson Davis LLP announces that Senior Commercial & Insurance Litigation & Arbitration Lawyer Fatima Vieira has joined the Firm. Fatima obtained her LL.B. degree from Queen’s University at Kingston (2001) and holds an M.A. degree in Public Administration from Uni … Read more »
- Condominium Limitation Periods and Timelines – Mark Your Calendar!
There is continuing intense activity in condominium development in Toronto, the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton and the Niagara region. Once a condominium corporation is formed by registration of a declaration, it has a lot to do and review, within specific time lines. Getting the essential work done … Read more »
- Guidance from the Court – Procedure to Resolve Mortgage Discharge Issues under the Mortgages Act and the Rules of Civil Procedure
In Sub-Prime Mortgage Corporation v. 1219076 Ontario Limited, 2019 ONCA 581, the Ontario Court of Appeal was asked to determine, the proper procedure to discharge a mortgage or contest the discharge of a mortgage, under the Mortgages Act, and the Rules of Civil Procedure. In the lower court decision … Read more »