Just because a company has gone bankrupt doesn’t mean its contracts are unenforceable, the Supreme Court of British Columbia has confirmed.
On July 5, B.C.’s Supreme Court rendered its decision in… Read More
Authors: Jeff Lee, Q.C., William E. J. Skelly, Dana Nowak, Ryan Zahara, J.J. Burnell, Catrina Webster, Paul Olfert, James Rose, Mandi Deren-Dubé, Marek Coutu, Katelyn Jones, Kaitlin Ward, Michael Marschal,… Read More
Authors: Vanessa Mensink, William E. J. Skelly
A recent decision from the B.C. Court of Appeal found that plans of arrangement or compromise aren’t prerequisites to refinancing a development.
In Port Capital Development (EV)… Read More
Authors: Vanessa Mensink, Dana Nowak, William E. J. Skelly
One year to the day from when EncoreFX Inc. made an assignment in bankruptcy pursuant to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (BIA), Ernst & Young… Read More
To address the economic upheaval and uncertainty stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations may be considering insolvency and restructuring options. When intellectual property (IP) is involved, it’s important for… Read More
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to heavily affect our economies, many businesses are encountering liquidity and solvency challenges with which they have little or no experience. During this uncertain time,… Read More
Authors: James Rose, Michael Marschal, Tava Burton
Case comment: Sirius Concrete Inc. (Bankruptcy), 2020 ONSC 7733 (Sirius Concrete)
Does the timing of an enticed payment to a soon-to-be bankrupt give rise to a remedial constructive… Read More
Authors: Jeff Lee, Q.C., William E. J. Skelly, Ryan Zahara, Dana Nowak, J.J. Burnell, Catrina Webster, Jonathan Bourchier, Paul Olfert, James Rose, Thomas W. Clifford, Ryan Hallman, Mandi Deren-Dubé, Kaitlin… Read More