Domenico Magisano

Domenico Magisano

Lerners LLP

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Consignment: Recovering Goods or Proceeds from a Bankrupt Client

When a client goes bankrupt, an unpaid supplier is often left with few remedies. Generally speaking, the unpaid supplier’s recovery is limited to their proportional share of what is left of the proceeds from the bankrupt’s...more

2/5/2014 - Consumer Bankruptcy Recovery Laws Trusts

Express Trusts: Recovering Goods or Proceeds from a Bankrupt Client

When a client goes bankrupt, an unpaid supplier is often left with few remedies. Generally speaking, the unpaid supplier’s recovery is limited to their proportional share of what is left of the proceeds from the bankrupt’s...more

1/22/2014 - Consumer Bankruptcy Debtors Trusts

Ontario Court of Appeal: License Suspensions for Failure to Pay Highway 407 Tolls Must be Lifted for Discharged Bankrupt

Highway 407 (the “407”), a highway creating a semi-circle around the Greater Toronto Area, is Ontario’s first toll highway. Rather than traditional toll booths, vehicles using the 407 are electronically monitored entering...more

1/15/2014 - Canada Consumer Bankruptcy Driver's Licenses Highways Infrastructure

Set Off Rights: Recovering Goods or Proceeds from a Bankrupt Client

When a client goes bankrupt, an unpaid supplier is often left with few remedies. Generally speaking, the unpaid supplier’s recovery is limited to their proportional share of what is left of the proceeds from the bankrupt’s...more

12/18/2013 - Creditors Debtors Remedies Secured Creditors Set Off Suppliers

Thirty Day Rule: Recovering Goods or Proceeds from a Bankrupt Client

When a client goes bankrupt, an unpaid supplier is often left with few remedies. Generally speaking, the unpaid supplier’s recovery is limited to their proportional share of what is left of the proceeds from the bankrupt’s...more

11/13/2013 - Commercial Bankruptcy Creditors Goods Insolvency Suppliers

Re: Sino-Forest Corporation – When is an Indemnity Claim Really Just an Equity Claim?

When public companies are accused of accounting irregularities, class action shareholder litigation often follows. The case of Sino-Forest Corporation (“SFC”) is such an example. Weighed down by allegations of accounting...more

5/16/2013 - Canada CCAA Class Action Derivative Suit Equity Claims Indemnification Shareholders

Employee Benefits in an Insolvency

In a judgment rendered in December 2012, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (“BC CA”) further clarified an insurer's priority for payment of unpaid health plan contributions. In Re: Ted Leroy Trucking Ltd. the bankrupt had...more

2/5/2013 - Employee Benefits Health Insurance Insolvency Unpaid Premiums

Case Alert!! Decisions Which Will Affect Financing of Companies with Pension Plans and Potential Environmental Liability Expected...

Supreme Court of Canada is considering two key insolvency related cases where their findings could have significant ramifications on the financing of companies with pension plans and/or potential for environmental liability....more

9/4/2012 - Environmental Liability Financing Insolvency Pensions

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