Category: Constructive Trust

Don Affleck and Michael Osborne ranked by Chambers Global for Competition/Antitrust Litigation - April 24, 2014 by zeldalegacy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Don Affleck and Michael Osborne ranked by Chambers Global for Competition/Antitrust Litigation TORONTO, April 2014 – Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP is proud to congratulate Donald S. Affleck, Q.C. and W. Michael G. Osborne, FCIArb on their inclusion in Chambers Global 2014 in the area of Competition/Antitrust: Litigators. The Chambers Guides have been ranking [...]
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

Cheerios: Download a coupon, lose your right to sue - April 20, 2014 by zeldalegacy

A recent New York Times article warned consumers that by clicking “Like” on the Facebook page of General Mills, the maker of Cheerios and other products, they would be agreeing to limit themselves to resolve disputes with the company through informal emails or binding arbitration. Consumers would have no recourse to the courts and could [...]
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

Freight Company in an Ocean of Trouble - April 12, 2014 by zeldalegacy

Ocean freight company ECU Line Canada Inc. and two of its executives have pleaded guilty to price fixing. They participated in a cartel that fixed surcharges for the supply of non vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC) export consolidation services from Canada to various foreign destinations between January 1, 2005 and March 6, 2011. NVOCCs arrange the consolidation [...]
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

Law Times: AGM & the rise of the boutique law firm - April 9, 2014 by zeldalegacy

Affleck Greene McMurtry is mentioned in the March 24, 2014 edition of Law Times in an article about the rise of the boutique law firm. AGM traces its roots to one of the first Bay Street commercial litigation boutique firms. Managing Partner, Peter Greene, is quoted in the article.  
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Supreme Court to decide if French-language school in Vancouver worse than English-language schools - April 7, 2014 by zeldalegacy

A group of Vancouver parents of children attending a French-language public school in Vancouver have persuaded the Supreme Court of Canada to hear their case. At issue is whether or not the school their children attend is so sub-par vis-à-vis its English-language counterparts that their minority language rights under Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms have [...]
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

DRAM class action settlements - April 2, 2014 by zeldalegacy

DRAM, which stands for dynamic random access memory, is a type of memory chip used in computers and other electronics. The plaintiffs claim that certain manufacturers and distributors of DRAM chips conspired to fix prices from April 1, 1999, to June 30, 2002. To date, defendants have agreed to pay over million. The following [...]
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

Law Times: When will Canadian courts enforce foreign judgments. - March 27, 2014 by zeldalegacy

Matthew Gibson is quoted in Julius Melnitzer’s article “When will Canadian courts enforce foreign judgments” published March 10, 2014 in the Law Times, Focus on Litigation section.
The Litigator – Affleck Greene McMurtry, LLP

The Hon. David C. Dingwall, P.C., Q.C. becomes a member of ADR Chambers - March 26, 2014 by zeldalegacy

The Hon. David C. Dingwall, P.C., Q.C., counsel at Affleck Greene McMurtry LLP, has joined ADR Chambers. ADR Chambers is comprised of retired judges, experienced lawyers, and other dispute resolution professionals. Their mandate is to “assist the legal and business communities, both nationally and internationally, to resolve disputes in an expeditious and cost-effective manner.”
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goodreader.com: Kobo Successfully Combats Canadian Government Mandate for eBook Settlement - March 25, 2014 by zeldalegacy

Michael Osborne is quoted in Michael Kozlowski’s article “Kobo Successfully Combats Canadian Government Mandate for eBook Settlement”, published on the goodreader.com blog on March 20, 2014. http://goodereader.com/blog/electronic-readers/kobo-successfully-combats-canadian-government-mandate-for-ebook-settlement
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Loblaws Agrees to Sell Stores to Acquire Shoppers - March 22, 2014 by zeldalegacy

Loblaw Companies Limited agreed to sell 18 retail stores and 9 pharmacies, as well as to abide by certain behavioural restrictions, in order to receive Competition Bureau approval of its acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation. Loblaw entered into a consent agreement with the Bureau on March 21, following the Bureau’s review of the proposed acquisition. [...]
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