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12 Nov

Episode 6 – Return of the Secured Creditors

Monday, November 12, 2018Jonathan WigleyLitigation, Bankruptcy and InsolvencyExcise Tax Act, HST, GST

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Callidus Capital has struck back against what some call the evil empire aka CRA. In a unanimous decision on November 8th the Supreme Court of Canada allowed...

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19 Jul

Constructive Construction – Serious Legal Changes

Thursday, July 19, 2018Jonathan WigleyLitigation, Construction LawConstruction , Education, Liens, Building

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Sweeping reforms to the Construction Lien Act received Royal Assent in December 2017. The law of construction liens and payments has been modernized and updated and a...

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30 May

Is Contract Law Changing?

Wednesday, May 30, 2018Jonathan WigleyLitigation, Limitations, Contracts, EquityExtensions, Forbearance

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Enone Rosas is a lucky lady. First, Ms. Rosas moved to Canada from the Philippines in 1990 and became friends with Mr. and Mrs. Toca. Positive luck but it gets better...

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27 Dec

So you’re in Special Credit – Can you sue?

Wednesday, December 27, 2017Jonathan WigleyLitigationInsolvency, Collections, Lending, Loans, Banking, Recovery

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Deciding not to advance any more money and shifting a debtor’s account into the...

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7 Jun

Bill 139 - Ignoring Conservation Authorities Will Cost You

Wednesday, June 7, 2017Jonathan WigleyLitigation, Environmental Law, Municipal Law, Conservation, Administrative Law, Criminal LawConservation Authority, Bill 139, Prosecutions, Search and Seizure

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The Ontario government introduced Bill 139 on May 30, 2017 called the Building Better Communities and Conserving Watersheds Act, 2017. This bill is an amalgam of changes to various pieces of...

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31 May

Righting the Apple Cart. Conservation Authorities

Wednesday, May 31, 2017Jonathan WigleyEnvironmental Law, Municipal Law, Conservation, Administrative Law, LitigationConservation Authority, Safety, Standard of Review, Flooding, Development, Prohibition

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Conservation Authorities (“CAs”) in Ontario are breathing a bit easier following the May 23rd 2017 decision of the Court of Appeal in...

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8 Mar

Pitfalls in Termination Clauses

Wednesday, March 8, 2017Jonathan WigleyEmployment Law, LitigationTermination, Reasonable Notice

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Employment contracts often contain termination rights of the parties. In particular  there is often a clause permitting the employer to terminate on a...

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25 Jan

Transfers at an Undervalue; Backfires in Creditor Proofing

Wednesday, January 25, 2017Jonathan WigleyBankruptcy and Insolvency, LitigationBankruptcy, Insolvency, Transfer at an undervalue

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Individuals faced with financial pressures and money problems understandably try to protect what little assets they may have left. In particular they...

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