Originally published in the Ontario Bar Association's Class Action Law Section, Volume 3, No. 1 – December 2012.
The Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act ("CCAA") has long been lauded as a flexible tool that lends itself to creative use. Justice Robert A. Blair, as he then was, in an oft quoted comment stated:
"[The CCAA] is designed to be a flexible instrument and it is that flexibility which gives the Act its efficacy.”
In this article, I will outline the steps that were taken by KPMG LLP ("KPMG"), named as a defendant in a prospective securities class action in Quebec initiated on behalf of retail investors of Olympus United Funds Corporation (“Olympus Funds”), to resolve the case by using the CCAA.
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