Gowling WLG, several other firms appeared in commercial cases this week

Four cases heard this week were commenced in 2022

Gowling WLG, several other firms appeared in commercial cases this week
Law firms appearing for the week ending September 9, 2022

This week’s most notable commercial case had a concerned amount of $150,776.62. Also, most of the commercial cases heard this week commenced in 2022.

Most notable case had $150,776.62

This week’s most notable case is Karl Storz Endoscopy Canada Ltd. v 10474746 Canada Limited et al with a concerned amount of $150,776.62. Gowling WLG associate Kavi Sivasothy represented plaintiff Karl Storz Endoscopy Canada Ltd. The respondents appear to be unrepresented.

Four cases commenced in 2022

Four of the cases heard this week commenced in 2022. These cases include Canadian Western Bank v 2722959 Ontario Ltd., First Generation Capital Inc. et al v Dunal et al, Goldsilver et al v Evashkow et al, and Superette Inc. v SNDL Inc.

In Canadian Western Bank v 2722959 Ontario Ltd., Miller Thomson LLP associate Kaleigh Sonshine represented the plaintiff Canadian Western Bank. Sonshine’s expertise includes business disputes among shareholders and partners, lease and mortgage enforcement, directors’ negligence, professional negligence, contractual disputes, and debtor/creditor matters. The respondent appears to be unrepresented.

In First Generation Capital Inc. et al v Dunal et al, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP partner Brendan Wong represented the plaintiff First Generation Capital Inc. Wong’s commercial litigation practice focuses on shareholder and partnership litigation, injunctions, anti-fraud litigation, and banking litigation. The respondents appear to be unrepresented.

In Goldsilver et al v Evashkow et al, Adair Goldblatt Bieber LLP partner Jordan Katz represented plaintiff Goldsilver and several others. Katz maintains a broad litigation practice, including complex contractual and tort disputes in various industries, administrative and regulatory matters, internal investigations, and criminal cases. The respondents appear to be unrepresented.

In Superette Inc. v SNDL Inc., Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP partner Monique Sassi represented plaintiff Superette Inc. Sassi’s practice focuses on international and domestic corporate restructurings with expertise in insolvency proceedings. McCarthy Tétrault LLP partner James D. Gage represented respondent SNDL Inc. Gage practises in bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring law and has extensive experience as an advisor on receivership, bankruptcy, and CCAA proceedings in Canadian and international contexts.

 

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