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Motion for Leave Ontario Securities Act

Test for Leave to bring Secondary Market Securities Class Action is not a “Low Bar”

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The recent decision in Bradley v. Eastern Platinum Ltd. saw the Superior Court of Justice reaffirm the position that the test for statutory leave to bring a secondary market securities class action “is not a low bar.” Justice...more

Theratechnologies leave threshold proves too robust for plaintiff shareholder in Securities Class Action

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In Mask v. Silvercorp Metals Inc. released on October 22, 2015, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice considered a motion for leave to commence an action for secondary market misrepresentation under section 138.8 of the...more

Court Confirms No Need For Defendants To Lead Evidence In Motion For Leave Under Part XXIII.1 Of The Ontario Securities Act

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In the recent decision of Dugai, Murphy v. Manulife Financial Corporation (2013 ONSC 327), the Divisional Court confirmed the principle that defendants have no obligation to lead evidence on a motion for leave to assert a...more

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