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Personal Security Handbook Minimizing Risks to Personal Safety for You, Your Family, Friends and Colleagues

  • May 16, 2023

The potential danger associated with the life of those in the legal profession is an unpleasant topic of conversation among family, friends and staff, but avoiding the subject does not lessen the potential for harm.

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Insolvency & Arbitration: When Should Arbitration Prevail?

  • March 02, 2023

Restructuring practitioners see insolvency matters as most effectively resolved in an ‘single proceeding’ model but the Supreme Court of Canada has held that insolvencies don't necessarily trump arbitration.

Insolvency Law, Student Forum

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Insolvency & Restructuring Processes: Practical Considerations for Every Lawyer

  • September 22, 2022

As the restrictions from the Covid-19 pandemic loosen and the business world returns to something approaching normalcy, many believe that these conditions will produce a sharp (and perhaps prolonged) increase in insolvency and restructuring filings.

Insolvency Law, Student Forum

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Critical Insights on Construction Liens/Trusts in Insolvencies

  • June 16, 2022

As the country emerges from COVID restrictions, what impact will the end of subsidies, increasing interest rates and the move of workers out of the cities have on the large number of condominium developments?

Insolvency Law, Student Forum

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Practical Considerations for Reverse Vesting Orders

  • November 15, 2021

Reverse Vesting Orders (RVO) are increasingly being used by insolvency practitioners to facilitate restructuring transactions by vesting out liabilities from an insolvent corporation.

Insolvency Law, Student Forum

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What to Expect Post-Lockdown in the Insolvency Space

  • September 23, 2021

Join us to hear from distinguished leaders in the insolvency space as they share their perspectives on developing trends and emerging issues at this critical juncture in the pandemic, as lockdowns are lifted and we look forward to (hopefully) returning to some semblance of business normalcy.

Insolvency Law, Student Forum