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Supreme Court of Canada

  • 21 mars 2012
  • Jennifer Babe

1. GST Garnishment Served Pre-Bankruptcy Remains Effective Toronto-Dominion Bank v. Canada, 2012 SCC 1, 340 D.L.R. (4th) 400; on appeal from 2010 FCA 174 2. GST v. The Indian Act Robert Obonsawin v. The Queen, leave to appeal dismissed with costs, 34341 (February 9, 2012)

Submission on Cash Collateral

  • 21 mars 2012
  • Jennifer Babe

On February 6, 2012 the Ontario Bar Association through the work of the PPSL Subcommittee of the Business Section, issued its submission on perfecting security interest in cash collateral to the Government of Ontario.

Other Cases

  • 06 février 2012
  • Jennifer Babe

1. The “Sovereign Man” - the shake-down 2. Auctioneer not liable for conversion 3. Deficient Collateral Description in Financing Statement 4. Delayed Payment Trigger did not Offend Limitations Legislation

Supreme Court of Canada

  • 06 février 2012

Priority of Pension Trust Claim v. DIP Lender Re Indalex, 2011 ONCA 578, SCC leave to appeal granted December 1, 2011

Legislation

  • 06 février 2012
  • Jennifer Babe

1. Bill S-5: Section 427 Security vs. Unperfected Security Interest 2. New s. 10(2)(b) Interest Act Regulations

Droit des affaires

The New UK Bribery Act and its Implications for Canadian Companies

  • 27 novembre 2011
  • David Morritt, Eric Morgan

The new UK Bribery Act’s extra-jurisdictional reach is wide enough to potentially apply to Canadian companies; Canadian companies are reminded that issues of corruption throughout their operations need to be carefully examined and addressed.

Droit des affaires

Impact of the Indalex Decision on Secured Lending

  • 27 novembre 2011
  • Barbara J. Boake, James D. Gage, Kevin P. McElcheran

In August 2011, in the proceedings of Indalex Limited under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, the Ontario Court of Appeal made the surprising decision to give priority to Indalex’s pension plan wind-up deficiency claims over the claims of Indalex’s CCAA-secured lender.

Droit des affaires