Babin Bessner Spry in 202-million-dollar commercial case

Aird & Berlis, Flett Beccario appeared in two commercial cases this week

Babin Bessner Spry in 202-million-dollar commercial case

Babin Bessner Spry partner Cynthia Spry appeared in a $202-million commercial case, while two law firms appeared in two cases before the Commercial List court this week.

Of all the commercial cases heard this week, eleven were opened in 2022, two were opened in 2018 and 2019, and one in 2016.

The most notable commercial case this week is Cerieco Canada Corp. v. Mizrahi et al with a concerned amount of $202 million. The plaintiff was represented by Babin Bessner Spry LLP partner Cynthia Spry. The respondents appear to be unrepresented.

Aird & Berlis appeared in two cases this week

Kyle Plunkett, partner, represented applicant The Toronto-Dominion Bank in two cases in commercial court – The Toronto-Dominion Bank v. 13153100 Canada Inc. et al and The Toronto-Dominion Bank v. 2314251 Ontario Inc. et al. Plunkett’s insolvency and restructuring practice encompasses both the litigation and commercial aspects of turnarounds, reorganizations, liquidations, security enforcement, receiverships, and plans of arrangement in the context of formal and informal restructuring proceedings.

Flett Beccario appeared in two cases

Ross Macfarlane, partner, represented applicant Royal Bank of Canada in Royal Bank of Canada v. Ebadi and Royal Bank of Canada v. Main Infrastructure Ltd. et al. Macfarlane practices as a commercial litigator, with emphasis on debtor/creditor, bankruptcy, insolvency, and commercial disputes.

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